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Brunswick

Brunswick Endeavor Bowling Ball

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  • Brunswick Endeavor Bowling Ball
  • Brunswick Endeavor Bowling Ball
  • Brunswick Endeavor Bowling Ball
MSRP: $264.95
$149.95
— You save $115.00

Description

Brunswick Endeavor Bowling Ball

  • Color: Sky Blue/Silver
  • Coverstock: Activator Plus 3.0 Pearl
  • Weight Block: Tiered Hexagon
  • Factory Finish:  500, 1000, 1500 Siaair / Crown Factory Compound
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.549; 15lbs - 2.540; 14lbs - 2.556
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.037; 15lbs - 0.045; 14lbs - 0.045
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): n/a
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

Brunswick is on a never-ending quest to innovate, improve, and bring better balls to the market with each release; it’s an endeavor we take seriously. The new Brunswick Endeavor is part of that journey – and it started with the core, a new innovative shape called Tiered Hexagon. The new shape yields a higher RG and a medium differential because of its tall and slender nature. The core numbers help the Activator Plus 3.0 Pearl cover catapult through the heads easily, making a sharper-than-average motion further down the lane. The core, cover, and finish make the Endeavor an easy choice to add to your bag for medium to drier lanes.

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium/Dry
Factory Finish:
Crown Factory Compound
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Pearl Reactive
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4 Reviews

  • 5
    Brunswick Endeavor

    Posted by Bob Newman on Feb 28th 2024

    So, this ball is being advertised as Skid/Flip, but I'm not really seeing that. I'm seeing a shiny ball that picks up early (it does have a quick response formula, QR11) but has energy down lane for good hitting power. The shape reminds me of the GB4 Pearl, just reading a bit sooner and a little more hit. Something about this "tiered hexagon" core just gives this ball a lot of sustained energy. The colors look great going down the lane also, the Silver and Sky Blue are a great combo.

  • 5
    Endeavor

    Posted by Chris javier on Feb 28th 2024

    Brunswicks new Endeavor features a new core design that yields a higher RG with a medium differential. This ball shoots through the fronts and makes a shaper then average motion off the friction. This ball is an easy choice for those medium to drier conditions.

  • 5
    Endeavor

    Posted by Bob Moran on Feb 25th 2024

    Brunswicks new Endeavor features a new core design that yields a higher RG with a medium differential. This ball shoots through the fronts and makes a shaper then average motion off the friction. This ball is an easy choice for those medium to drier conditions.

  • 3
    Endeavor

    Posted by bowlstud on Feb 22nd 2024

    Brunswick has developed a new core the Tiered Hexagon, they place this in a Pearl coverstock, comes 500-1500-1500-Factory Compound. I found this ball to be very clean and SHARP motion down lane. Compared to my Deadly Rattler I find this ball to be cleaner but quicker off the spot, where the Rattler is Continuous and not as sharp

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