Track Latitude Pearl Bowling Ball Features:
The Latitude Pearl is not only gorgeous, but it’s also versatile, consistent, and it performs. The MC2 core has been a proven performer for decades, aiding QR-8 Pearl, it produces a long and strong motion for medium conditions. The strength and versatility of the Latitude Pearl wedge this ball in perfectly between the Tempo and Latitude Solid, also making it a great step down from a Proof Pearl.
DWAYNE A JENKINS –
The original Latitude (Solid) was what I call a “peace maker,” meaning that it was a ball that was balanced in reaction and strength… not too strong, but not too weak in ball reaction and backend reaction. The Latitude Pearl is on a higher level of the original as far as length and angular backend reaction. This is the tag team partner of the original in the event the house shots get a little more suspicious with wet/dry and dry boards during lane play, and is a highly recommended piece that is crucial to have added to your bag. I would also add for tournaments too when patterns break down.
Bob Newman –
The Track Latitude Pearl looks to me like it will be a house shot killer. It has easy length and a strong rounded motion ideal for most house shots. When I say rounded I mean it’s smoother, less flippy if you get it into the dry too quick or grab a handful at the bottom. You have a better chance of getting away with wobbly 4 pin as opposed to some ugly split you might see with a flippy kinda pearl ball.
Dave Han –
The Track Latitude Pearl may get lost in the shuffle with all the new releases coming out, but don’t let this one fall through the cracks. This is definitely a ball worth having.
Mine was drilled 110x3x35. The OOB 500/1000 compound permits this ball to read earlier than normal polished equipment. Between the layout and cover, I have not had much success covering a lot of boards – but the Latitude Pearl does a great job of managing oil and making a move at the end of the pattern into a strong continuous roll.
I recommend the Latitude Pearl for league nights, and for those medium length sport shots with volume. If you need a ball that doesn’t have a solid cover, but won’t get lost in the oil, the Latitude Pearl may surprise you.
Track Regional Staff
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