The Track Spare + is different than most spare bowling balls. This ball contains a performance core that will help pick up spares but will also help with strikes when you need a straighter ball. The single density i-Core offers large flare potential and with the asymmetric core it provides more hitting power than the usual plastic spare ball. The Spare + not only looks good on the lane but performs like no other spare ball.
If you are looking for a good plastic spare ball - particularly if you throw straight at all your spare shots - or even if you need a ball that can strike on really dry/hard lanes - the new Track Spare+ may be the ball for you. In the past couple years, players have been "going retro" with urethane - and even plastic - to get the job done. This plastic ball has a leg-up on the rest by having a very asymmetrical core that will give your ball some extra punch through double woods and buckets on spare shots, as well as some hitting power in the pocket. I have used the Spare+ as a strike ball (with surface) on 32' Wolf pattern and was not disappointed.
If you are in the market for a spare ball - why not get one that looks great - and provides some versatility? I recommend the Track Spare+.
Track Regional Staff
Vise Regional Staff
This spare ball is my favorite ball in the bag. We all know we can strike. Sometimes we don't strike as much as we'd like. For that reason, this ball is a must in your bag. This spare ball not only has some great looking colors but also will help improve your average, by picking up more spares throughout the night of league or tournament play. It just may be the difference between you finishing first or second and taking home more money from your league or that weekend tournament.
Andrew Jensen (AJ)
Rockford Cherry Manager
Track Regional Staff
Do you guys drill balls also?10/19/2019 - By Tom
We do have drilling options available for certain bowling balls. For this ball we only offer a $14.95 basic conventional drilling and the sizes are predetermined. To see the size chart for this you may click the "?" beside the drilling above and it will give you more information on this.10/22/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Would this ball be a good fit for a two hander picking up 10-pins? The spare ball i have now hooks too much because of the revs I put on the ball11/9/2019 - By Miller
This ball is designed to be a spare ball. However, with you having high revs and already using a spare ball that hooks too much I would not suggest this specific spare ball because this does have a weight block inside that gives this more hook than some of your typical spare balls. Your best option for the least amount of hook is a spare ball that does not have a performance weight block. You may try the Columbia White Dot or Ebonite Maxim series.11/12/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff