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18 Comments on “Understanding Bowling Ball Terminology | High RG vs Low RG | What is the Difference?”
Like they say, “seeing is believing” and as a visual learner, this is an outstanding demonstration of rg.
Thank you for watching
Good information… so bowlers like my self who throw it slower, a higher RG would work better?
Should a low rev/speed us a low def bowl thanks
I am 70 and throw around 11.3-5 mph. I have a ball with a 2.57 RG and a diff of o.48 (12 year old storm reign supreme which has a large sym core and a hy-brid cover) and ave 210. yep, low RG cores AND asym cores are too early for me (Mr Thomas)
Thank you for these videos. As a new bowler its great having this stuff explained in a way I can understand. As a high rev youth bowler a lot of the stuff out there doesn’t apply to me but the way you made the video I was able to understand why the high RG balls are better for me.
this is such great content! i heard you’re coming to Singapore, sadly I won’t be free for the workshop… hope to see you around though!
How funny I just thought to myself I needed a refresher on RG fundamentals. Great timing!
Wow Again, Ron’s experience makes this understandable in a way that I’ve never seen before. Very clear and helpful👍🏾
This is one of the most helpful things I have ever watched. Thank you.
This is an awesome visualization and explanation–thanks for making this video!
Great demonstration! Confirmed what I thought. I love being part of this team.
what is considered High-rg and what is considered low-rg??