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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
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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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9 Reviews

  • 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!

  • 5
    Scorpion Low Flare

    Posted by Bob Moran on Feb 14th 2024

    There was no doubt for me that I was going to love this ball. Low diff symmetrical for that smooth controllable motion. I find it to be the perfect fit between the Envy Tour Solid and Purple reactive. It’s the first ball out of my bag to get a read on just what the lanes are doing and most times it’s all I end up throwing

  • 5
    Another Great Addition To Hammer Line Of Bowling Balls

    Posted by Kevin Nagasawa on Feb 12th 2024

    Hammer Has Come Out With Another Gem Of A Bowling Ball.. As A Fan Of The Other Two Scorpion Bowling Balls This One Fits Well In The Line. This Ball Is Definitely Very Smooth And Predictable.. This Ball Works For Any Type Of Bowler Or Rev Rate Definitely A Very Versatile Ball From All Angles Toward The Pocket.. Bowling At A Higher Friction Based Center Was Able To Play Straight Up The Boards With The Low Flare Swung The Ball Wide Recovered And Even When I Missed Inside With The Oil Still Drove Through The Pins. I Know This Ball Is Gonna Be A Great Transition Ball So Will Make It A Great Option For House Shot Or Medium Length Patterns So Will Be A Great Tournament Bowling Ball Definitely A Bowling Ball That Will Keep You From Getting Into Trouble On The Lanes During Transition. Make Sure To Go Visit Your Local Pro Shop Today And Order One You Definitely Wont Be Disappointed! #HammerBowling #NothingHitsLikeAHammer #Brunswick #BrunswickBowling

  • 5
    Hammer Scorpion Low Flare

    Posted by Bob Newman on Feb 7th 2024

    Control. We're not talking skid/flip. We're talking about control. We're not talking huge early hook, we're talking about control. The Hammer Scorpion Low Flare is a first ball out of the bag type of piece. You'll want to use this on fresh oil and especially on oil difficult patterns. This is a ball that you will be able to keep in front of you and have a very controllable motion to and thru the pins. It very much reminds me of the original Web Tour that came out several years ago. It has enough motion that it will be good on house shots as well as hard shots. Great all-around ball.

  • 5
    Scorpion, low flare

    Posted by Tom Marlow on Feb 4th 2024

    The scorpion Low flare is going to be that ball sits in the middle to low end of your bag. The motion is reminds me so much of the original web tour with just a little more pop on the back. What to expect if you never threw a Web tour It’s going to be very smooth through the front of the lane and very controllable motion on the backend.

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