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Hammer Infamous Bowling Ball


Solid Reactive


Medium Heavy to Heavy Oil

Strong Midlane and Backend Motion


2.559 (15lb)

.052 (15lb)



Envy Solid

500, 1000, 2000 Siaair Micro Pad

Grey/ Royal/ Coral


Mid Performance

Hammer Infamous Bowling Ball

(7 customer reviews)


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Hammer Infamous Bowling Ball Features:

There is a lot to talk about with Hammer’s second September launch, the Infamous. The Infamous core is a new design, and while it’s symmetric, it is packed with technology. Hammer is back to using multi-densities within the core to create new ball motions. The Infamous core has a large extra-dense flip block that sits on the top of the core body, and it features a radial disc on the bottom of the ball that helped give the original Obsession extra motion on the backend. There are four densities on the inside of the Infamous, including the famous Carbon Fiber outer core. The Infamous utilizes Envy Solid, the same formula as the Obsession, but is not CFI infused.

There aren’t many balls we can compare the Infamous to on the market. The technology-packed core and strong solid cover produce a motion that is extremely useful and unique. Bowlers looking for a big symmetric ball shape will have to have this in their bag.


7 reviews for Hammer Infamous Bowling Ball

  1. Mathew Jones

    The infamous is a special piece. This ball is very versatile and handles many different lane patterns. Being a stronger symmetrical piece it handles the oil extremely well but also blends out wet/dry better than any ball I have thrown. I have been able to keep my angles tight and play the oil line as well as get steeper with my angles and the ball not lose energy and still get through the pins property. This has permanent place in my bag for house shots and patterns.

  2. Bob Newman

    Hammer has come out with a very nice benchmark type bowling ball with the Infamous. It is a first ball out of the bag kinda ball as the motion is so predictable. I had the opportunity to throw this at the Senior US Open recently. I did not perform well at all, but the Infamous accounted my best series of games on a very difficult pattern. It is about 3 or 4 boards stronger than my Web Tour Hybrid. This will be in play for me on house and sport patterns quite a bit.

  3. David Varner

    The infamous is a unique ball introduced into the hammer line up. This ball is a smooth, heavy rolling piece with great continuation. The infamous has quickly become my benchmark ball coming in below the obsession line but earlier and a few boards stronger than the scorpion. This is a great option when you want to open up the house shot without worrying about the ball not making it back or when you want to move in on longer patterns and let the ball dig in.

  4. Bob Moran

    A strong benchmark solid symmetrical ball. Controls the midlane very well with a very predictable motion off the end of the pattern. Blends out those wet/dry conditions very nicely.

  5. Petro

    The Infamous core has a large extra-dense flip block that sits on the top of the core body, and it features a radial disc on the bottom of the ball that helped give the original Obsession extra motion on the backend. For me, this ball is very predictable on heavier oil, a ball you can keep in front of you for a predictable path to the pins.

  6. Chris Walden

    55 x 4 x 35

    Had no idea what this was going to do when hammer announced it, but I’m glad I got a couple to drill up.

    The first one I drilled 55 x 4 3/4 x 30, typical drill pattern on new stuff, and it was very controllable, smooth and predictable. Could never really get it to achieve the motion I thought I was going to get, but it ended up being a benchmark ball In one of my league houses that allowed me to get a read on how the lanes were playing that night.

    Fast forward to ball # 2, ended up going with a longer drill pattern, 75 x 5 x 30, and kept surface on it. It read the mids and finished strong, finally the motion I saw a lot of other people getting in their reviews. Im glad I got a second to drill differently, as a small switch to longer angles and surface really helped me get comfortable with this ball and use it more and more each league night. As they have said before, definitely a sleeper type ball!

  7. Jason Taylor

     The Infamous features a new solid reactive coverstock, Envy Solid. Finished at 500/1000/2000 Siaair Micro Pad. This makes for a fantastic benchmark solid that will manage medium to havy conditions with ease. The smooth rolly motion of the core keeps you in control of the pocket and reads the mid lane for a trustworthy reaction. The coverstock can be tweaked to get more length if desired, but lets you keep the mid lane consistency.  Nothing Hits Like A Hammer.

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