Additional reviewer comments about Brunswick/Nexxxus:
"Brunswick seems to have definitively moved to balls with much more backend. This ball (Maxxed Out) and the Nexxxus f(P+S) have blown the old hook and set reputation of the Big B right out of the water."
Old Bruns balls had a hook and set reputation. But, not this ball. The back end is very strong. I think I'll see a lot of this ball. As a Summer Ball League just ended last week at the local Bruns Center. And, talking with the Pro Shop
guy, 75% of the bowlers are getting this ball as their choice. I'm already seeng them in practice and can see an immediate difference between bowlers with this ball.
Bowlers who come up from behind the ball at release are experiencing the full value of the ball. Those with more of a 90 egree release are seeing the ball fail to finish, but just spin.
Just Tuesday morning, I bowled next to a 180 average stroker, and he was hitting the pocket at will. In fact, ran 10 strikes in a row for his very first time ever. As long as he held the line, his ball finished like a pro. But, the ball was not very fogiving as it seeme that 1 board left or right left him with 10 pins when light or nasty splits when it dove. Yeah, you coul say this with any ball, but in his words, he had to be more exact with the ball. I would assume a 180-190 bowler would have the same experience.
Keeping the ball for its max of 8-9 Degree entry angle will be difficult for some. Oh, that bowler shot a 267 an came back with a 147. That will be the impact on the less accurate bowlers.