ENOUGH HOOK FOR THE PBA TOUR??? | Track Paragon Hybrid | Bowling Ball Review | Ft. MITCH HUPÉ

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5:22 – Question Time with Mitcho!
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26 Comments on “ENOUGH HOOK FOR THE PBA TOUR??? | Track Paragon Hybrid | Bowling Ball Review | Ft. MITCH HUPÉ”

    1. I’ll throw it first to see how it reacts to my game and then i will tweek it until i get the ball reaction that i like to see … hope this helps

    2. i have not matched up with 1500 polish at all, as lane shine is my best friend. after i assess the ball reaction oob, i am 100% willing to change surface to fine-tune things.

    3. I’ll try the box finish. If I like what I see, I don’t change it. If I don’t I use an abralon, etc……

  1. I will take sandpaper to shiny balls on the spinner I have at home and I’ll shine up dull balls too. You can always take them back to what they were. 👍🏻

  2. My home alley is a higher friction house and pearls have always matched up better on those lanes for my game. I personally like the polish on balls and never really needed to scuff the surfaces. Even at different houses for tournaments over the years, I usually just leave everything out of box and work with it. I definitely understand the need for surface changes on the pro tour though.

  3. Alles sehr schön. Aber zuerst zusammen die Nummern 10 und 1. Eine empr.ONLINE Brünette und eine anderez Blondine. Es wäre unfair, wenn ich 4 wählen würde

  4. Alles sehr schön. Aber zuerst zusammen die Nummern 10 und 1. Eine empr.ONLINE Brünette und eine anderes Blondine. Es wäre unfair, wenn ich 4 wählen würde

  5. When I get a new ball, I bowl every shot for six games with that ball, and experiment with different speeds, lane positions and angles, and hand positions. If the ball is not usable with the factory finish, I will change whichever direction it needs to go. Then, after 10-15 games, even if the ball was great at factory finish, I have to pick a finish that I think will be best – something I can reproduce whenever I do a minor resurfacing. Then I tweak that over the life of the ball, depending upon the lane conditions, and any changes I make in my form. For instance, I love the 900 Global Aspect. It’s basically a Zen solid, just released during Covid. Ok, it has a slightly later-reacting core, but that’s why I like it. At box finish, 3000 grit, I absolutely cannot find a speed, hand position, or lane position to play with it, and it doesn’t give a continuous reaction through the pocket, resulting in poor pin carry, and very minimal downlane miss area. So I tested and found that 4000 grit followed by polish makes the finish and the overall ball roll shape absolutely my favorite. I have thrown it literally 75 games more than my second most favorite ball, on our THS.

  6. ♥️𝗧𝗿𝗲𝗻𝗱𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗮𝗱𝘂𝗹𝘁 𝗽𝗼𝗿𝗻 𝘃𝗶𝗱𝗲𝗼𝘀 𝗼𝗻𝗹𝘆❤️ Alles sehr schön. Aber zuerst zusammen die Nummern 10 und 1. Eine empr.ONLINE Brünette und eine andere Blondine. Es wäre unfairf, wenn ich 4 wählen würde

  7. I have a lot of hand and don’t need the shiny because it comes off the friction way to sharp so I usually take it to 3000 right out the box to even it out a little as a benchmark to test it.

  8. Such a smooth ball motion and release. I get jealous every time I see Mitch. Good thing my lions mane is longer and more luxurious lol

  9. I constantly change the surface of my balls until I get the reaction that fits my game. I am tired or doing it by hand, so I just purchased my first ball spinner.

  10. Hi Mitch , I like to hit it with a used 500 or 1000 pad to slow down the response down lane . It will eventually lane shine itself back anyway

  11. I always throw the ball first before I go and change the surface of it, just to get an idea of either “hey I like it how it is” or “I want this to pick up a bit sooner or later”

  12. I usually throw any equipment with the box finish and if I like it how it is out of box I typically leave it, but if I don’t like it I always change surfaces because any ball deserves a chance to prove itself. I also like to resurface just to play with ball motion and experiment with each ball and how it reacts.

  13. It’s weird to finally heard the Canadian in him in this video. Lols I have Canadian Cousins and I guess I didn’t pay attention but I was all like,

    Oh yeah they are in Canada 🍁

  14. I really try to keep the ball at the manufacturer’s surface, as I figure they made it for a specific intention. But after maybe 2-3 weeks of it’s not doing what I think it should be doing, I’ll mess around with the surface

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