Why Do You Need a Sand Bowling Ball?

Sand bowling balls may not be strange to bowlers. Sand ball has a very unique beauty and especially this is a must-have ball in the basket of any hook bowler in the tournament.

Sand bowling ball is used on typical oil types:

  • Oil length: from 42 feet to 52 feet
  • Oil-rich: Volume: Heavy (25 ml to 30ml)

When bowling on these types of oil, you will immediately recognize the ball tends to slip out of the pocket due to the slippery oil floor. You need to add friction to the floor so you can reverse the direction earlier in the pocket. That was when the sand bowling balls appeared. Sand surface of the ball will increase the coefficient of friction between the ball and the floor, helping the ball to read the lane earlier. Without a land bowling ball, it would be difficult for you to play stably on these oils.

Sand bowling ball basically has the following structure:

Case: Solid Reactive Resin or Hybrid Reactive material is matte sanded with sandpaper from 500 to 1500 grit (abralon). The matte peel is not as shiny as a medium or dry oil ball, but it is a bit dark and rough depending on the type of sandpaper used by the ball manufacturer.

Core: Sand bowling balls for long oil and 100% Heavy oils both have extremely strong cores. Help the ball rotate and reverse vigorously commensurate with its rough crust.

Sand bowling ball is often rumored to be very picky and difficult to control. This only happens when you make the following errors.

Use only Solid or Hybrid sand balls with long or heavy oil floors. If you use this species on the medium to dry oil lane, there will be unwanted effects.

  • If you hook from the inside out: Ball will catch friction too soon, turn it completely toward pin 7, 4 Or stab directly into pin 1 to leave a big split.
  • If you hit the hook on the right edge of the lane straight down, the ball will touch the dry (too much friction) too long, lose rotation, kinetic energy and slip through pin 3, losing opportunities to pocket.