## What causes bowling ball flare?

With the pin to the right of the fingers (for a righty), you get more flare. That’s because now when you release the ball, it begins to roll on an axis which is not preferred. So it will migrate to it’s preferred spin axis as it rolls. This migration creates flare.

## What is a high flare potential?

The bowling ball flare potential is simply the maximum amount a bowling ball can migrate while traveling down the lane. Flare potential can be used as an indicator for which bowling balls are best suited, as example, to oily lane conditions (high flare) and which balls work best for dry lane conditions (low flare).

## What bowling ball has the highest flare potential?

Top 6 Most Aggressive Bowling Balls in 2019

• Roto Grip Halo Bowling Ball.
• Hammer Scandal/S Bowling Ball.
• Brunswick Kingpin Rule Bowling Ball.
• Storm Physix Bowling Ball.
• Motiv Trident Abyss Bowling Ball.
• Hammer Diesel Torque Bowling Ball.
• Ebonite Choice Bowling Ball.

## What is RG and differential in bowling ball?

In short, the RG of a bowling ball is an account of the location of that mass inside the given bowling ball. Differential of RG is the difference between the maximum and minimum Radius of Gyration. RG-differential indicates the bowling ball’s track flare potential.

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## What does radius of gyration mean in bowling?

The USBC defines RG (radius of gyration) as: Measured in inches, radius of gyration is the distance from the axis of rotation at which the total mass of a body might be concentrated without changing its moment of inertia. Simply put, RG is when your ball begins to rev up.

## What is perfect scale hook rating?

The Perfect Scale® ranges from 1 to 300. Plastic bowling balls with very low hook potential, rate a 5. The highest number achieved on the scale to date is 237.7.

## Does a heavier bowling ball hook more?

More weight, therefore, gives you more pin action. Heavier balls also offer more effortless hooks because they move relatively slow and thus gives your ball time for hooking. On the other hand, lighter balls also reduce the strain that comes with rolling.

## What balls do professional bowlers use?

Most pro bowlers use 16-pound balls, although more than you think use 15-pounders. Another method is to add one or two pounds to the weight of the house ball you normally use. A heavier ball drilled specifically to your hand will seem to weigh about the same as a house ball two pounds lighter.

## Is a 14 pound bowling ball too light?

The only point here is that the lighter the object at the end of that pendulum, the more potential you have to “muscle” it. In time, this will settle down. If it doesn’t then the ball is likely too light for you, period. There is potential for 14 pound to hook more than 15 pounds.

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## What does pap mean on a bowling ball?

When the bowling ball rolls down the lane it revolves around its axis. There are two points at the ends of the axis: the negative (NAP) and the positive axis point (PAP).

## What is high RG in bowling?

RG is an abbreviation for radius of gyration or the radius of the core while it’s spinning. The low RG radius is much shorter than the high RG radius. In a bowling ball the USBC has required all balls have a low RG no shorter than 2.46 inches and the high RG can be no longer than 2.8 inches.

## What is considered a low RG bowling ball?

Low RG: 2.460” – 2.570” Med. RG: 2.570” – 2.680” High RG: 2.680” – 2.800”