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James W Kelly

 
By James W Kelly
Published on February 10, 2009
 
Are you a bowling player? No matter how professional or experienced you are, the fact is that until and unless you don't choose an apt bowling ball for yourself, you can not gain an expert expertise. The fact is that it is a wise option to invest in bowling balls that not only provide loads of fun for yourself in the coming year but helps to improve your bowling game as well.

Are you a bowling player? No matter how professional or experienced you are, the fact is that until and unless you don't choose an apt bowling ball for yourself, you can not gain an expert expertise. The fact is that it is a wise option to invest in bowling balls that not only provide loads of fun for yourself in the coming year but helps to improve your bowling game as well. We all know that these balls look immensely simple but in reality they are more complicated than they would first appear.

You will really get a lot more confused when you will have to figure out as to what type and weight of bowling ball is apt for you and that is why you may get confused a lot times as well. At the same time, you must have the right knowledge to know as to what is right for you and what type of bowl matches your bowling needs. That is why I would like to tell you that there are three basic types of bowling balls that are available for you in the market. These are polyester, urethane and reactive urethane.

Polyester bowling balls does not have much quality at all, followed by urethane bowling balls whose quality lies in the mid-range, and finally the top of the line balls are reactive urethane. They have immensely high quality.

If you are a beginner or don't play this game professionally, then polyester balls are the cheapest style of bowling ball and are best suited for all of you! That does not mean that they are not good. Ofcourse they are durable and are the balls that you usually see in-house at bowling alleys. Polyester bowling balls will travel nicely down the lane, but their hooking ability is somewhat less. This ball is perfect for beginners. The second type of bowling ball is the urethane ball. These are perfect as they are not that expensive and at the same time offer great quality!A urethane ball may be the right choice for you if you are fairly serious about the sport! The last one is for extreme professionals.