Now The USBC Banned the Purple Hammer Bowling Ball | What This Means For You

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12 Comments on “Now The USBC Banned the Purple Hammer Bowling Ball | What This Means For You”

  1. I thought they banned any urethane that is over 2 years old. So why ban a bowling ball that is already banned? Unless they are referring to USBC Nationals as opposed to PBA Tournaments.

  2. Great info CTD Team and Big “Thank You” to Brunswick to step in and make the offer to replace these balls!!

  3. I know that in the 1980″s and later, some people were soaking their urethanes to soften them up and PBA was checking hardness of balls. Is this still done today?

    1. @Fluffyguy958 I guess urethanes over time will get softer and can put them under the limit. I doubt people intentionally on the Tour soften their urethane balls.

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