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8 Comments on “Black Widow Ghost by Hammer | Full Review with JR Raymond”
Wow.. you got the uber old Brunswick scorers. I remember when we got these in the 90s.
I just got this Ball was waiting for you to review your always the first I come too for review love em
I like the side layout explaining what your doing. Your videos are getting better with your content as well. Thanks JR
I’m a two handed bowler with a really high rev rate and just picked up a ghost. This ball is teaching me a lot about what I’m doing wrong for sure. I tend to play high rev and come around the ball more. I was playing with a storm tropical surge, so even coming around I was playing around 10 boards. With my new widow, I am playing around 25 boards with a break point around 10 and still hitting Brooklyn more than not. Now I need to work on control of my release to fully utilize this very strong ball. I’m excited to learn. Though you can’t deny how satisfying it is to watch a ball whip back at nearly a 90 degree angle and destroy the pins.
Editing to add, I used a video I took and the storm charts to find I have roughly a 16.36 balls speed and 528 rev rate.
Am getting this ball pretty soon really excited to use this ball very soon it will be my first black widow bowling ball
Another good video JR 🙂 I had a thought though. You said that the Ghost would be better for those with a lower rev rate, or even a really high rev rate. Maybe Dr. G should give this ball a review too? I think it would be a good comparison between the different rev rates. Just my opinion of course 🙂
Love the new camera angles JR! Best reviews going!
Forgive me but what does it mean to “trap” a ball?