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7 Comments on “Bowling Ball Surface comparison | 500 Grit vs 500 Grit Sanded then Polished”
Great video. 👍
surprised the breakpoint on the polished ball was 1′ shorter…plus it deflected more off the deck.
Please please follow up on this with a more in-depth video about surface.
What is the difference when polished at higher grits?
Which is more of a factor for hook potential: Lower surface, or switching to a solid cover?
How do you KNOW when its time for a different surface?
Is surface just for personal preference, or do pros practice, then re-surface for the best possible look?
Check some more videos we have on the channel. https://youtu.be/WZ8qghQ0obE
To answer your last question, all pros sand their balls. They sand either their personal balls or even brand new balls, depending on the look they want. I bowled with a pro in college, he told the whole team to resurface before tournaments. Typically lower grits for fresh and heavy oil to help gain traction
Doesnt seem right. Im sure i wont be the only one
Seemed a little confused about the ball scanning at 500 after polish. More testing is required.