Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Brunswick Introduces Two New Balls September 24th

Two new balls from Brunswick the Mastermind intellect and Brunswick Brute™

The cover of the Mastermind intellect is Honor Roll A+, a Solid coverstock which Brunswick reports “offers the most aggressive coverstock to date for a Brunswick ball. This aggressive coverstock produces easy length through the heads with unsurpassed traction in the mid-lane and backend to achieve ultimate hook.”


Inside the new ball, the Mastermind Ultra Low RG core features a single density squared-off elliptical inner core. The core is dynamically designed to extend the rotational energy, boosting angular velocity to transfer energy to the pins for increased pin action and higher scores.
 
The new Mastermind Intellect with its Royal Compound finish provides easy length through heads, strong mid lane traction with an aggressive move on the backend on medium to heavily oiled lane conditions depending on the player, of course.


The new Brunswick Brute features Fortify Hybrid Reactive coverstock, Brunswick’s hottest creation based off their performance enhancing additive chemistry technology. Fortify Hybrid Reactive combines a new base coverstock with an enhanced additive package that will provide the easiest length with the quickest lateral traction of any coverstock to date.

The new Brute Low RG/Low Differential Symmetrical core features a compact design to provide maximum energy retention. The new core shape revs quicker producing maximum performance and drilling versatility.

With its Royal Shine Finish, the Brute skids effortlessly through the front, revving strong in the mid-lane saving axis rotation for the backend to provide greater entry angle to the pocket for superior pin action. The Brute will provide maximum length with exceptional backend punching out pins on variety of light to medium oil lane patterns.

The Brunswick Mastermind and Brute will be available September 24th.

1 comment:

Emily Smith said...

I have always liked bowling. My friends and I went a lot in college. I usually did pretty good in our games but, I was by no means a professional. The bowling balls that the professionals use are a lot cooler than the ones at the bowling alley! I wonder where they get their bowling balls at.
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