Hammer Web Tour Hybrid Bowling Ball

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MSRP: $229.95
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Hammer Web Tour hybrid Bowling Ball

  • Color: Black/Blue Pearl
  • Coverstock: TourV1 Hybrid
  • Weight Block: Spheroid TE
  • Factory Finish: 500, 1500 Siaair 
  • Flare Potential: Low
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.48; 15lbs - 2.47; 14lbs - 2.52
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.026; 15lbs - 0.030; 14lbs - 0.026
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

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

  • 5
    Web Tour Hybrid

    Posted by Michael Romero on Mar 22nd 2021

    The Web Tour Edition Hybrid is exactly what you think! It is just as good as the original Web Tour Solid! This ball gives you slightly more length than the original Web Tour Solid and same continuous motion on the backend! This ball is very versatile and you can change the surface on it to use it to your advantage! Definitely a good ball to have on your medium oil patterns or your THS shot patterns!

  • 5
    My New Favorite Hammer

    Posted by C. Miller on Feb 13th 2021

    First off, the Web Tour solid was my favorite ball out of every ball I own. So, I was excited to hear Hammer was coming out with a hybrid version. Yes, the Web TE Hybrid is just as good as the original. The hybrid version gives me a little more length and the same continuous/round motion off the pattern. Another versatile ball that will see plenty of action. Hammer did not disappoint!

  • 4
    Get the WEB!!!!

    Posted by Ryan Galli on Dec 15th 2020

    In all honesty, I was hoping this ball would be like the Web Tour. The Web Tour was just like an IQ for me and I loved that because the ball had a great ability to skate through the lane if I pulled the ball and still would strike. This new Web Tour Hybrid while it was not like a Web Tour for me, I actually think it is better lol. This ball has an amazing ability to come back from everywhere. This thing digs in and hooks. Great pick up in the midlane and it has great continuation through out. If you miss outside it will come back from there. The cover is amazing. I have had a few 300's with this ball on Sport Patterns and it is a keeper. I am only giving 4 out of 5 stars because I was expecting it to be more like the Web Tour, overall this ball hooks more than the Web Tour and is a better ball imo

  • 4
    Hammer Hybrid Tour

    Posted by Joseph Petrovich on Dec 12th 2020

    Hammer Web Hybrid Tour The Web Tour was one of those all-around great ball reactions that everyone liked, and we are excited to follow it up with the new Web Tour Edition Hybrid. The Hybrid version offers the same characteristics as the original, but the solid and pearl blend creates a little more length and continuation on the back part of the lane. What I noticed with this ball was the slight punch in the backend as it comes off the pattern. I enjoyed the Hammer Tour edition, But, this one will give you the added pop in the back for those pesky corner pins. Contact your local Pro Shop Operator to pick up this fine Gem.

  • 5
    Web Tour Hybrid

    Posted by Manny Castillo on Dec 11th 2020

    “Nothing Hits Like a Hammer” I want to start by saying I loved the original Web Tour but this ball is very impressive and is a must have for all bowlers. Compared to the original Web Tour, this ball is a little more responsive at the break point (controllable not violent). I can see bowlers using this ball on the fresh for tournament blocks, house shots, and on patterns with medium to high volume. Great all around versatile benchmark ball.

  • 5
    80 x 2 ¼ x 45 – PAP 4 ½ -> and ½^ - Speed – 15mph – Rev Rate 380

    Posted by Christopher Doerr on Dec 9th 2020

    This ball has a little more down lane movement than the original Web Tour, compliments to the hybrid coverstock. I still got that smooth roll you get from the original Web Tour, with a little extra kick on the back. I decided to do a little less flaring layout on this ball due to the flying outsides on our house pattern and it was still plenty of controlled hook.

  • 5
    First out of the bag

    Posted by Thomas Mongeon on Nov 1st 2020

    Web Tour Hybrid 50° x 4.5 x 40° The Web Tour Hybrid has quickly become my go-to tournament ball. I drilled this one to be my benchmark ball for, flatter, tournament conditions. My initial impression was, holy cow, this cover is strong. I tested it on the 2016 PBA World Championship pattern and the ball, at the factory surface, gave me more area than I had with others I had thrown. This is such a little confidence boost when bowling on flatter patterns. I like to keep the surface at a fresh 1000/1500 as it helps me read the pattern. I have noticed that as it lane shines, instead of smoothing out, it seems to become much more angular off the friction. I can see the Web Tour Hybrid being in a lot of bowlers' bags. It seems to roll well for many styles and provides the reaction shape that suits many bowlers’ eyes. I think Hammer has found a winning recipe with the Web Tour line and I hope it sticks around for a while.

  • 5
    A Fantastic Benchmark Ball

    Posted by cng260 on Oct 20th 2020

    The Web Tour Hybrid is a very controllable benchmark type ball for medium to lighter conditions. It is the smoothest rolling ball in my bag and is playable as long as there is some friction present. This one makes quick work of the wet/dry house shot situation we have in league. I am able to use more rotation and softer speed than with many of the balls I typically throw. I will be drilling a second one soon to compliment this one with an earlier breakpoint. Dependable, controllable, hard hitting describe the Web Tour Hybrid well. If you are looking for that benchmark ball for use on the friction this is your Hammer.

  • 5
    Hammer Web Tour Edition

    Posted by jkaseehammer on Oct 9th 2020

    I was very excited about this release. The Web Tour was a personal favorite of mine, so I drilled this ball the same way. I used a 40 x 5 x 45 layout, which put the pin in my ring finger. The Web Tour Hybrid does not disappoint! It gives me the similar benchmark type motion, but it is a little stronger and more continuous down lane. Since it has the same low dif core, that for me makes the ball smooth to transition, I have been able to use this ball on all of my local house conditions and also on medium/shorter sport shots. You can watch this ball go down lane on YouTube at Tamer Bowling.

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