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Aggressive Motion Bowling Ball Reviews

– Color: Blue Solid/Blue Pearl/Silver Pearl 
– Core: Symmetrical 
– Coverstock: Hi-Trac 
– RG: 2.470 
– RG Diff: .054 
– Finish: 500/2000 
– Recommended Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Oil

Description: With MoRich’s HUGE symmetrical core, they have created a ball that starts up in the midlane, hooks a lot on the backend and has tremendous hitting power. The MoRich Aggressive Motion adds a stronger ball reaction to the MoRich symmetrical line. This ball is designed for medium to heavier oil patterns and works great on longer, heavier house patterns and competitive oil patterns. This ball is effective for higher speed and more rev challenged bowlers on all patterns, and has a HUGE symmetrical core that gives it great versatility by using different drilling techniques. The Aggressive Motion has a .054” total diff. for large flare, improving traction on the back half of the lane, and a 2.470” RG for more revs at the break point. The Aggressive Motion adds a very hooking symmetrical ball to the MORICH line of quality performance bowling balls.

Kulick maintains lead at U.S. Women’s Open

By Lucas Wiseman
USBC Communications

EULESS, Texas – Defending champion Kelly Kulick of Union, N.J., went 6-2 in the opening round of match play Tuesday night as she maintained her lead at the 2011 Bowling’s U.S. Women’s Open.

Kulick has a 40-game total of 9,812, including 30 bonus pins for each victory, to lead the final 16 bowlers in the field at AMF Euless Lanes. The top five players for Thursday’s championship round will be determined in the final eight games of match play starting Wednesday morning.

“I didn’t score as well as well on the fresh today as I did yesterday,” Kulick said. “I’m trying to pull away from the field, but everyone is bowling well behind me. I think if I focus on repeating shots, I’ll be in position to make the show tomorrow.”

The Team USA member, who won the 2003 and 2010 U.S. Women’s Open, turned it on down the stretch, closing with games of 249, 257, 228 and 232 to lead by 247 pins. Liz Johnson of Cheektowaga, N.Y., is second with 9,565.

Leanne Hulsenberg of Roseville, Calif., who was one of two bowlers to shoot 300 Tuesday night, is in third place with 9,551. Lynda Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, is fourth with 9,487, while Rachel Perez of Maumelle, Ark., is fifth with 9,440.

The finals of the U.S. Women’s Open will take place at Cowboys Stadium and be broadcast on Saturday, July 2 at 6 p.m. Eastern on ESPN2. If a bowler throws a 300 game in the championship match, she will win $1 million. The champion will earn $50,000.

The 2011 U.S. Women’s Open has already broken one record with 286 participants, which tops the previous record of 267 set in 2003. A total of 17 countries are represented in the field.

For more information Bowling’s U.S. Women’s Open, visit For complete coverage of the event, including stories and videos, visit

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On Friday and Saturday evenings from 10:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. $ 15.00 per person includes shoes and 3 hours unlimited bowling. ( minimum 4 per lane )

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Cake $ 25.00 ( must be paid when reserving your party )
Pitcher of soda $ 5.00
Cup of ice cream $ 2.00
Large pizza $ 21.00 ( Cheese or Pepperoni ) Additional cost for extra toppings.

Danville Bowl Birthday Parties

Birthday package includes:

–  1 Game of bowling per child
–   Shoes and use of bowling balls
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–   Ice cream, soda, candles, and paper products
–   Pizza is available for $ 21.00 per large ( Cheese or Pepperoni )

The cost of this package is just $ 15.00 per child for a minimum of 8 children!
A $ 50.00 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your party.



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