Lord field bowling

Posted by: jabster832

Lord field bowling - 03/05/13 11:37 PM

Just joined lord field staff
Used the judgement for the first time in league Monday shot 683. Had a bad spare making night missing five. The ball worked great clean threw the heads an controllable backends
Posted by: Dennis Michael

Re: Lord field bowling - 03/06/13 01:05 AM

I'm having similar fun with my Lord Field balls, Exodus Pearl and the Jacked. The Exodus hits like a truck on oil and the Jacked likes the used lane condition.

My teammates all use Lord Field, as our sponsor pro shop isthe local distributor. No 300's yet, but a few over 290. Just a matter of time. My teammate had 299 on Thurs. And, te Pro hop gut shot 290 the first time he used the Exodus.

The Heritage is also intrigueing for an asymmetrical ball.
Posted by: Dennis Michael

Re: Lord field bowling - 03/07/13 07:37 AM

So, my teammate had a 299 with a Exodus Solid on Thurs, and a 298 using the Judgement last night.

These balls are strong, and very controllable. The breadth of their line allows a bowler to match up a ball to any style. Good start for a new Company.
Posted by: General Pounder

Re: Lord field bowling - 03/08/13 11:54 AM

Dennis: Are you able to get these at your Pro Shop yet? I'm curious as what their price point will be compared to other comparable balls.
Posted by: Dennis Michael

Re: Lord field bowling - 03/09/13 06:08 AM

Yes, my pro shop has all of their balls on the rack. And, they are selling because of the heavier oil on those lanes for league. The price points, as posted, range from $169 for 3-piece to $209 for the 2-piece balls. That's drilled, with finger grips and thumb slug.

Between you an me, mention my name and it usually gets you a discount.

Just picked up my third ball. I tried something I always wanted to do. I got the same Exodus Pearl, but changed the drilling for a different look. Drilled to hook early. We'll see what it does.

FYI, a friend of mine, who just became a DV8 staffer, (big hand and lots of revs, 20+ mph), calls these balls an 'old man's ball', good for slower speed (17mph) and less revs (< 300). Haha, that actually fits my description.
Posted by: General Pounder

Re: Lord field bowling - 03/09/13 06:59 PM

I have been thinking of getting another ball. Equipment that seems to fit me best are symmetrical pearls\hybrids that are polished or at 4000. Anything with too much surface has never done well for me. Neither has pin down drillings. I was thinking about trying a different brand. I have heard a lot of good things about DV8 lately. I'll have a talk with my guy about the Lord Field balls as well. The IQ Tour Pearl is a thought also because of my loyalty to Storm. I am looking for a replacement for my Nano Pearl. I really just don't like the way it rolls for me. The original Nano or VE didn't roll well for me either.
Posted by: BOSStull

Re: Lord field bowling - 03/10/13 07:29 PM

Lord Field still has my interest. Looking at the Higgs Force or the Exodus Iron as the first ball to get from Lord Field.

Already have an L/M Terminator which is basically the same ball as the Higgs Force so leaning to the EI.

Exodus Iron looks to be a hybrid Particle Pearl but cannot find any info on what kind of coverstock it is. Anyone know?
Posted by: BOSStull

Re: Lord field bowling - 03/15/13 08:29 PM

Originally Posted By: BOSStull

Exodus Iron looks to be a hybrid Particle Pearl but cannot find any info on what kind of coverstock it is. Anyone know?


Seems no one knows. Thread seems to be headed for death without an answer.
Posted by: Dennis Michael

Re: Lord field bowling - 03/15/13 11:03 PM

If I had the answer, I would have given it. I would expect our amateur staffer, who started this thread, to provide some further info.
Posted by: Dennis Michael

Re: Lord field bowling - 03/15/13 11:17 PM

Bosstull, from what I know of your style, you may wantto keep your Terminator, but look into the Corrupt or Herritage from LF.

I had a chance to try each. C is symmetrical while the H is asymmetrical. both worked well for me.

The C was close to my Meanstreet ut stronger. While the H gave me more outside room in a controllable manner. Not snappy but covered a lot of boards.

Need specific oil conditions for either.
Posted by: Dennis Michael

Re: Lord field bowling - 03/16/13 08:15 AM

There are quite a few of us using LF balls from the same Pro shop. And, the shop started a pool for he first to roll a 300 game using one. $50 each entrant, and Tony Martin donated an additional $50 to the winner. We have had some close games in the 290's, but no 300's...Until last Sunday.

One of the entrants rolled a 300 in a local County Tournament and received the $450 pool, besides winning the tournament. I assume Tony Martin's $50 will come later.

He used the Corrupt.
Posted by: BOSStull

Re: Lord field bowling - 03/31/13 05:10 PM

Originally Posted By: Dennis Michael
Bosstull, from what I know of your style, you may wantto keep your Terminator, but look into the Corrupt or Herritage from LF.


Sorry for the late reply Dennis, Had a lot going on the last couple of weeks. Found out the EI is a particle ball.

I am looking at the Korrupt along with the Judgement, EI, and Higgs Force. My next ball will probably one of these four.

As for the TR never planned on replacing it.
Posted by: BOSStull

Re: Lord field bowling - 04/26/13 05:47 PM

Hey Dennis found this link while looking at Lord Field videos by the same person testing

LF Judgement


Korrupt


Big Hurt





Posted by: Dennis Michael

Re: Lord field bowling - 04/26/13 10:17 PM

BOSStull, while watching the videos, my software protection indicated there were outside sources tracking my computer activity. Checked with my protection and it indicated the video was not secure. So, I terminated it. Be careful.

Anyhow, I have a teammate who rolls the Judgement and has been doing well with it. Another on a different team rolls the Korrupt with success. I can't use the Exodus Pearl at the Bruns house as there is not enough oil for it. Use it only at the private house on the 44' pattern. Am scoring well with it.

The Jacked is the ball I put a Motion Hole in and use it only at Bruns house, game 3.

There were 4 LF balls in the rack last Tues, as well as 4 LM balls. The balls seem to last and like oil.

I successfully redrilled another Exodus with a different layout and now have 2 of the same ball, each giving me a different look. It's been fun using them. My average has been raising, even at this late stage of league.
Posted by: BOSStull

Re: Lord field bowling - 04/28/13 08:34 AM

My McAfee showed it to be safe. Site advisor indicated also to be safe.

But if you watched the video the flyer came last. The L/M Advantage is an asymmetric 3 piece. Looks like a Lord Field ball to me and not a traditional 2 piece L/M ball that we are accustomed too. Big mystery the ball clearly indicates that it is made in the USA but is an overseas ball.

Also interested in the Judgment. Looks like it would be a good ball for the heaviest of oil conditions.