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Hammer Scorpion Low Flare Bowling Ball

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  • Hammer Scorpion Low Flare Bowling Ball
  • Hammer Scorpion Low Flare Bowling Ball
  • Hammer Scorpion Low Flare Bowling Ball
MSRP: $229.95
$144.95
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Description

Hammer Scorpion Low Flare Bowling Ball

  • Color: Purple/Black Pearl
  • Coverstock: Semtex Hybrid
  • Weight Block: LED 3.0 Low Flare
  • Factory Finish: 500, 1000, 2000 Siaair Micro Pad
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.482; 15lbs - 2.474; 14lbs - 2.524
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.028; 15lbs - 0.031; 14lbs - 0.031
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

Hammer is always looking at adding balls to the line to fill gaps and make it the game's most versatile and complete line. Low flare cores have been a staple for Hammer, and currently, the Envy Tour balls are extremely popular, but we haven’t had a symmetric low flare in a while. We are excited to add the Scorpion Low Flare to the lineup. Removing the flip puck from the LED 3.0 core found inside the Scorpion Sting lowered the differential and flare potential, making this ball a perfect fit for Hammer. The Scorpion Low Flare will be a smooth and predictable ball motion, driven by the core numbers and the Semtex Hybrid cover, finished at 2000 Siaair. All styles will love the Scorpion Low Flare; higher rev rates will use it on anything, and lower rev rate players will find it useful on tricky conditions, and when the lanes are transitioning, either way, you won’t want to show up to bowling without one.


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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium
Factory Finish:
Sanded 2000 Siaair
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Hybrid Reactive
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14 Reviews

  • 5

    Hammer Scorpion Low Flare

    Posted by Joe Goldstein, Sr. on May 6th 2024

    Scorpion Low Flare. I can’t say enough about this gem. I’ve only used it so far on a very challenging Earl Anthony pattern and then the pro am with the fans after on a house shot. I was able to use the Scorpion Low Flare through the last 5 games of qualifying and 4 games in the cashers round. I’m looking forward to using the Low Flare on many medium/heavy oil patterns as it is so smooth getting to the spot but responds nicely to any shape you need to create as the games go on. Don’t sleep on this one!!

  • 5

    Hammer Scorpion Low Flare review!

    Posted by James G on Apr 5th 2024

    I drilled the Hammer Scorpion Low Flare 4.5” x 30 to be a medium response hybrid symmetric, mildly strong through the mid-lane with a little kick, and it performs perfectly. Removing the flip puck from the LED 3.0 core found inside the Scorpion Sting lowered the differential and flare potential, making this ball a perfect fit for Hammer. I have had tremendous success on our 42’ THS, I am able to play in the oil cutting of my angles, and the Scorpion Low Flare can still get the corner pins out. The hybrid cover gives me the best of both worlds, enough length to play straighter, with traction when I need recovery. When you need to open the lane up and create more shape, the Scorpion Low Flare has you covered. A very versatile piece of equipment, this is one I have been looking for all season long. I used it on a 6:1 39 ft. challenge pattern and whacked them for a four-game block, then went to Aalborg 35’ and had even more success. You can order the Hammer Scorpion Low Flare now from Bowler Builders Pro Shop, and pro shops everywhere. Nothing hits like a Hammer!!

  • 5

    Hammer Scorpion Low Flare

    Posted by Yvette Ford on Apr 2nd 2024

    Where do I even begin. This Hammer Scorpion Low Flare has been a phenomenal addition to my bag. The ball is so very predictable and controllable and hits like a ton of bricks. It reacts off the spot without overhooking. I am able to play the down and in as well as migrate inside with a smooth predictable reaction. This ball is great for tournament play as well as league shots. If you don't have one you have to get one. Great ball to have for a good symmetrical piece when the Hazmat may be too much but you want the continuous motion. Awesome piece of equipment.

  • 5

    Best ball for house and sport

    Posted by Zachary Tackett on Mar 19th 2024

    This is always the first ball out of my bag for house shots. Having the higher revs, this ball gives me controlled back end but still be able to give me room to miss out. I even find some forgiveness on sport shots with the Scorpion Low Flare as well.

  • 5

    Hammer Scorpion Low Flare

    Posted by David Larson on Mar 10th 2024

    The Scorpion Low Flare is controllable, predictable, versatile, comes back from everywhere with the right angle. This ball will fit many bowling styles and should be a must have ball for league and tournament bowlers. I have never had a Hammer Scorpion ball before. I drilled this because I was interested in the low flare part of it. I thought this might be a true mid level roll and control ball for me. It has been exactly that. The Semtex Hybrid cover with the core combo allows for strong arc but more importantly, it allows for control and predictability.

  • 5

    Scorpion Low Flare

    Posted by Michael Kennedy on Feb 28th 2024

    Hammer Scorpion Low Flare is an extremely versatile ball. Blends out the wet dry on house shots and is very controllable on the flatter sport patterns. The cover is stronger than I expected, which helps the ball pick up a bit earlier, but the low flaring weight block keeps the ball in motion longer for a more continuous reaction.

  • 5

    Low Flare

    Posted by Chris javier on Feb 28th 2024

    This ball is quietly good. great for later in the blocks and a very good bench mark ball. very clean and angular in the backend.

  • 5

    Scorpion Low Flare

    Posted by Michael Romero on Feb 23rd 2024

    The original Hammer Scorpion Hybrid I enjoyed a lot. Especially for house shot conditions, league or tournaments. The newest addition, Hammer Scorpion Low Flare (Hybrid) is even better. The low differential on this ball allows the ball to retain more energy downlane and be more continuous through the pins. In comparison of the two, this original Scorpion Hybrid rolled forward much earlier than some bowlers may have liked, this one retains a lot of energy and will have a lot more carry with the pains. I drilled mine with my favorite pin down layout, and as you can see, even Marshall Kent showcased the Scorpion Low Flare with a pin down. This ball is great with a pin down, I even ordered a new one for a pin up version. Don't wait on this ball! This ball will be good for house shots, but if you are the avid tournament bowler, this ball is great on long patterns (PBA Weber 45' - current pattern) and short patterns, and maybe everything in between! THIS BALL IS GREAT!

  • 5

    Scorpion Low Flare

    Posted by Brent G Watson on Feb 19th 2024

    I am a huge fan of the original Hammer Scorpion. The new low flare has similar motion with MORE control. The low flare is a very predictable ball, which it rolls great on all conditions. I have used it on house shots, flatter sport shots and medium to short patterns. It will be my benchmark ball, 1st ball out of the bag type ball. I polished my low flare to see what it would do to the ball motion. The low flare kept the same contollable ball motion with being a little cleaner through the fronts. The new low flare scorpion is a great ball for all styles of bowlers. It is the best ball choice on tough lane conditions.

  • 5

    Scorpion Low Flare

    Posted by Brian D. on Feb 19th 2024

    I drilled mine 20 X 4 X 50. The Hammer Scorpion Low Flare is an excellent lower differential option. This is the ball for you if you want a smooth and predictable shape. The LED 3.0 Low Flare core and Semtex Hybrid cover provide outstanding control and allow me to stay further right longer. The Scorpion Low Flare will be a staple in my tournament bag for years to come!

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