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After countless hours of research and development, the legendary Hammer is back to settle the score.
This time, it doesn't plan to stay in the game - it plans to dominate it.
The new Hammer has set the standard for superiority and produced the most kick-ass products in the industry.
Bowling as you know it has changed.
RGs and Differentials
To understand SF and ER ratings in the context of RGs and Differentials, think of a car.
If RGs and Differentials are the car’s engine, then veneer is the car's tires.
As a general rule, the lower the RG number (2.45), the quicker the product will pick up its roll.
The higher the RG number (2.54), the longer the ball should go down the lane before picking up its roll pattern.
For differentials, the higher the differential number (.058), the greater the overall hook potential.
The lower the differential number (.040), the lower the hook potential.
It's no surprise that the toughest name in bowling also makes the toughest ball bags on the market.
The new Hammer roller and deluxe bags are the best place to store and transport your Hammer bowling balls
when you're not busy unleashing the heat at the lanes.
You can now register your Hammer products online. Click here for details.