10 Comments on “USBC Laying down the Law | How will this effect bowling?”

  1. It’s not the rule enforcement, it is how u handle it. USBC did a horrible job to handle it. Also the approval process is in question. USBC approved the balls and then revoked them. Making it seem manufacturers are at fault (dishonest) especially right now storm. This is bad for bowling no matter what company u throw. Because of the way USBC handled this problem.

    1. There is blame. And who is to blame is a great question??? The one thing for sure is that it has divided bowling community and that is not good. And the USBC handling of this situation is completely to blame on creating divisiveness. I mean come on black curtains and no transparency with evidence and facts. And now it’s up to the league or local tourney director to choose. That’s even worse, bowlers will quit over this. They will.

  2. Apreciando a una mujer tan hermosa. 2:1 sentadillas son unos SEXBABY.Uno muchas y un buen ejercicio. 5:25 Se deja ver que hay muy buenos resultados 😍👍 Saludos desde la Cd.. de world losr mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer

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  4. Apreciando a una mujer tan hermosa. 2:9 sentadillas son unos SEXBABY.Uno muchas y un buen ejercicio. 5:25 Se deja ver que hay muy buenos resultados 😍👍 Saludos desde la Cd.. de world losc mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer

  5. I think USBC should of done something a long time ago they waited to long to control the balls my feeling is that is why you have 13 year old kids bowling 300 balls are to strong

  6. This is the first intelligent, well thought out opinion I’ve heard so far. Thank you! 

    Until the the manufacturers get I the room with the USBC and calibrate their durometers against each other, the blame game discussions and conspiracy theories will continue.

  7. Good point JR. That theory further validates my theory – I don’t think these balls were truly “approved” through the process and conditionally approved via a deviation or bypass (likely due to Storm not being able to control the variation during the manufacturing process to meet spec). USBC knew this and allowed the balls to market, which could lend to the fact that they aren’t admonishing Storm for the failures. If Purple Hammer-gate hadn’t happened, I’m not sure all of this would’ve occurred. Another point to mention, alluding to my theory, is that none of these balls have scanned images on the USBC approval site – only stock photos…

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