“This finishing process cleans up the ball reaction in the front of the lane while still giving the ball the teeth to get through the downlane oil and carrydown” explains Hammer Brand Manager Jeff Ussery. "Good length with high-friction backend movement" describes Ussery. “We intend the product to be used on Medium-Heavy to Heavy Oil Lane Conditions.”
The core, the “Jigsaw High Mass-Bias Core” generates a Radius of Gyration of 2.48 in a 15# ball, with a RG differential of .051 for high flare potential. Worldwide product release date is July 14, 2009.