It all started with a single black ball called the Hammer with a urethane shell twice as thick as other bowling ball makers were using. The result? It hit harder and knocked down more pins! This was the first in a long line of no-nonsense high-performance bowling balls for serious bowlers. It's still true today. "Nothing hits like a Hammer."
The legend is back and better than ever!
The original to the legend to the pink there has always been a staple among them - Backend Bite!
This ball is very clean through the heads and when it sees friction it make a turn to the pocket, but its not something uncontrollable. Mine is drilled Pin up above the ring finger and the cg kicked just right of the ring and the mass bias in about 1 inch off of the thumb. A layout I used on many Widows - I was expecting to see a familiar reaction. I saw that on a higher level and I was very surprised…
First off, pictures do no justice at how great the Web M.B. looks. This ball might be the cleanest release Hammer had made in years, meaning the ball holds it's energy for friction really well. I see this being great for a mix of patterns after some transition has happened. This is also an amazing choice for those house shots that let you open the lane up some. I highly recommend this as a ball to go to when the Web Tour Hybrid isn't storing enough energy.
This is my favorite Web to date. It's 1500 grit out of box surface helps the ball to start in the midlane, and the sunroom core going on this piece generates a continuous motion. It is a ball that outside a lot of power without being overly strong. I can use this on almost any volume, and it fills so many roles in my tournament bag. I could see many players having a full arsenal for any condition with just a few of these in the bag!