Brunswick Zenith Hybrid Bowling Ball

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  • Brunswick Zenith Hybrid Bowling Ball and Core
  • Brunswick Zenith Hybrid Bowling Ball
  • Brunswick Zenith Hybrid Bowling Ball Core
MSRP: $279.95
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Brunswick Zenith Hybrid Bowling Ball

  • Color: Black/Ice/Smoke
  • Coverstock: A. X. H. Hybrid (Activator Xtreme Hook)
  • Weight Block: Zenith
  • Factory Finish:  500, 1000, 1500 Siaair Micro Pad
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.498; 15lbs - 2.485; 14lbs - 2.502
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.045; 15lbs - 0.052; 14lbs - 0.052
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.016; 15lbs - 0.019; 14lbs - 0.019
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

Zenith Pearl caught the attention of bowlers because it reacted hard off the spot and was versatile. The Zenith Solid was just a hook monster. So logically, we brought the two reactions together to give you the Zenith Hybrid. The Zenith Hybrid will not be your strongest oil ball or skid flip reaction but will fit right in the sweet spot.

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Factory Finish:
Sanded 1500 Siaair
Core Type:
Hybrid Reactive
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10 Reviews

  • 5
    Zenith Hybrid

    Posted by Petro on Jan 27th 2022

    The Zenith Hybrid features Brunswick’s innovative outer core technology called DynamiCore. It is an easy reading ball. I have used it many times in tournaments to bring out the best in my bowling. It has heavy backend reaction when I needed it.

  • 5
    Zenith Hybrid

    Posted by Michael Romero on Oct 1st 2021

    The Brunswick Zenith Hybrid is definitely on the strong end of hybrids. In how I see this ball, it definitely needs oil to get thru its read. I have used this ball more in tournaments where there is higher volume and has done very well. It has a controlled backend motion but very strong thru the pins.

  • 5
    Zenith Hybrid

    Posted by Robert Mockenhaupt on Sep 15th 2021

    The Zenith Hybrid is an aggressive ball that is the perfect in-between ball. I say this for when the Solid is too strong and the Pearl is not enough. This one provides the perfect reaction to handle transition for optimal lane read. This ball has superb movement and will read the midlane at the ideal spot. This one acts like a benchmark ball but in the Asymmetric line. Just like the Zenith Solid and Zenith Pearl, it's the recovery that stands out with this ball. I drilled mine 50x5x25. Be sure to check out the Brunswick bowling website for more information.

  • 5
    Zenith Hybrid

    Posted by RichieRevs on Sep 10th 2021

    I'm a fan of Brunswick equipment, and have good success with the new Zenith line. I drilled this ball at 45 x 4.25 x 35, which is similar to one of my Zenith Pearls. I also adjusted the coverstock to 2000 wet sanded. I like to start with the Zenith Hybrid on 1st shift. The ball gets through the heads clean. While it reads the mid-lane well, it doesn't bleed off its energy too quickly, giving it good pop through the pins.

  • 5
    Zenith Hybrid

    Posted by TheHopeDiamond22 on Sep 6th 2021

    Perfect ball down from the solid. Even know the hybrid has tons of teeth it’s actually easy through the heads. For as much surface that the hybrid comes with it can be pretty flippy. As you move in the Zenith Hybrid still has a very strong read in the middle of the lane with great continuation. Very versatile ball to have in the bag. Play them outside and straight or loop the whole lane. It doesn’t seem to quit when it stands up. This is your go to ball. Color mix looks great on a wall and even better rolling down lane.

  • 5
    Zenith Hybrid for the Win

    Posted by Tim Cline on Sep 4th 2021

    The 3rd installment of the Zenith line brings out the best of what this core can offer. The hybrid cover offers the perfect mix of traction in the oil and finish that could have been missing when using the OG solid and pearl version.

  • 5
    Best Zenith Yet!

    Posted by Andrew "AJ" Jensen on Aug 31st 2021

    If you want a ball that hooks, look no farther than the Brunswick Zenith series of balls. The solid is one of the strongest balls I've ever seen go down the lane. So, when Brunswick released the Zenith Pearl, you could expect the same kind of motion but a bit cleaner through the fronts and a better change of direction down-lane and that’s exactly what it did. For me, I wasn’t able to use the first two releases here in Rockford for the normal house shot. So, when the Zenith Hybrid was announced I decided to see if there was a different layout that could be used to allow me to use it. After considerable consideration. The drill was somewhat simple. I drew a line from the pin to and through the mass bias. So that I could put the mass bias in the center of my palm and leave the pin centered up above the fingers. That put the pin at 5 ½ inches from my PAP. After drilling, the ball is phenomenal. Just like the others. Rolls great! For me, the difference for this Zenith compared to the others was that this drilling gives me more motion down-lane. It’s a great add on to my bag for the fresh house shot. It helps blend out the cliffed parts of the lane. I highly recommend the Brunswick Zenith Hybrid! Andrew Jensen Track Regional Elite Staff Bowlersmart Rockford Cherry Shop Manager

  • 5
    Zenith Hybrid

    Posted by O D on Aug 26th 2021

    The Zenith Hybrid with its dull surface is a hybrid hook monster. I've used the Aenith Pearl and it is one of my favorite balls and this is a good compliment to it. It is a fair bit earlier than the Pearl and probably 5 boards more hook. I let the surface lane shine a bit and I feel like that was the best thing for the reaction because right out of the box the surface just seemed to be a little too much for what I had been bowling on in the summer. Overall I'm a big fan of the ball as a benchmark since its stronger and smooth and once you let the Zenith Hybrid lose a little surface, you'll see a ball that isn't too responsive in the mid-lane and saves itself for a more angular reaction off the backend

  • 5

    Posted by Sal B on Aug 20th 2021

    A definite must have. It has a 90 hook rate out of 100. With the A. X. H. Hybrid (Activator Xtreme Hook) coverstock and Dynamicore. This ball will not disappoint. Gets down lane clean and has great back end reaction with explosive pin reaction. Very controllable for such a strong ball.

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