Tag: Columbia 300

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Columbia 300 Ransom Demand

53 Hook 15 Length 16 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: This ball’s Full-Swing asymmetric core configuration supplies a medium-low RG of 2.51, a strong Diff of .056 and a versatile mass…

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Columbia 300 Eruption

47.5 Hook 15.5 Length 15.5 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The conservatively shaped Resurgence symmetric core provides the power for this skid/flip edition. The low-RG 2.46 core starts up fast to…

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Columbia 300: World Beater

54 Hook 14.5 Length 15.5 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The new Arrowhead asymmetric core has a 2.54 RG, a .055 Diff and a .017 mass bias strength. The core revs…

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Columbia 300: Ransom

48 Hook 15.5 Length 15 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: This Full Swing V2 asymmetric core has been updated from that used in the Pure Physics. The RG is now 2.53,…

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Columbia 300: Outburst

53 Hook 12 Length 14.5 Breakpoint Shape Core Design: The Resurgence symmetric low RG core of 2.46 revs fast and easily, which promotes more midlane motion and an arcing finish….

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Columbia 300 Pure Swing

Columbia 300 lovers looking for a Swing series ball with a skid/flip reaction will enjoy this new release. When compared to a similarly laid-out Bedlam pearl, the Pure Swing had total hook of about 2 boards stronger on most test patterns with 4.5 and 5.5” layouts.

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Columbia 300 Total Bedlam

The Total Bedlam hooks comparably with a Full Swing, but slightly earlier and with a smoother downlane move. With factory surface, this ball is not the most aggressive offered in today’s market, but with lower grit sandings, it can hook as much as any ball currently produced.