Columbia 300 MADNESS Bowling Ball Review By Lane Side Reviews

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We were lucky enough to receive a new #MADNESS from #COLUMBIA300. We put it through its paces on the THS (Typical House Shot) and have brought the results to you! #LaneSideReviews #Bowling

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0:04 – Intro
0:37 – Layout information
1:07 – The Bearded Beast" Rob Johnson
4:28 – Left Handed
4:45 – Benchmark Comparison
5:27 – Data Sheet
5:48 – Credits

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11 Comments on “Columbia 300 MADNESS Bowling Ball Review By Lane Side Reviews”

  1. Cool tech bowling coulubia 300 with dynamic core technology in the bowling ball more strike hitting power at time lanes sides review rob Johnson and Nick scoops and Wayne

  2. Wow. That’s a big commitment. Are you done completely with one hand bowling? I would still like to see all you guys bowl together, regardless of using one or two hands. I’ll continue to watch all your videos. You guys are my favorite reviewers, hands down.

  3. You obviously know this already, but for those who don’t, the key to 2 handed ball speed is foot speed. The faster your push steep, the faster the ball goes. Also, keeping the ball swing lower improves timing drastically, which can also increase speed. As for you, Rob, I’m fairly impressed with your elbow bend in your right arm; the “box” is looking good. The only thing I wish you would change is being slightly more horizontal to the lane with your body, but it’s only an aesthetical preference. Overall, you’re looking great

    1. I am switching to 2 handed this summer and this comment resonated with me. My initial practice sessions have shown I am popping up before I throw, causing me to push the pull rather than have a good follow through release.

    2. @CK Bowling I have that exact same issue. It takes a ton of time to get used to all of the nuances of 2 handed bowling. I actually changed my targetting to the 5 ft dots to help me stay down a bit more at the foul line. Also, it’s easier for me to know when I made a bad shot

  4. I have a spot to fill in my bag and I was very much considering the Madness but then the TroubleMaker was announced. A ball specifically designed for 2 handers. Would you consider one over the other or have them both?

    1. The troublemaker is a completely different animal. If it was my choice, I’d have both.
      Honestly, the difference in motion you can create with the troublemaker, I’m probably going to drill one with the benchmark layout and one with the strong angular layout, and that will be my league bag (plus the madness at 3000 grit).

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