Columbia 300 Power Torq Bowling Ball

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  • Columbia 300 Power Torq Bowling Ball and Core
  • Columbia 300 Power Torq Bowling Ball Core
  • Columbia 300 Power Torq Bowling Ball
Suggested: $249.95
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Columbia 300 Power Torq Bowling Ball

  • Color: Sky Blue
  • Coverstock: ERT Solid
  • Weight Block: Torq
  • Factory Finish:  500/200 Siaair Micro Pad
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.503; 15lbs - 2.489; 14lbs - 2.514
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.046; 15lbs - 0.054; 14lbs - 0.054
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A


 Additional Product Information:

The Power Torq is not a remake of the early 1990’s Power Torq, we revisited the name as homage to the brand’s history, but the core and cover combination is new.  We increased our development and testing process for this ball, and you’ll see evidence of this when you watch the ball motion.  We are back to pouring multi-density cores for Columbia 300, something Columbia 300 pioneered and was known for.  The multi-density cores allow us to target mass properties within the core body to enhance desired ball motion.  The Low RG and High Differential core numbers and new core inner don’t appear different on paper, but you will notice the difference on the lanes.
The cover is our ERT base and is poured in a solid, and does contain a light load of traction-enhancing sparkle.  The Power Torq is a solid, sanded ball but is not your heavy oil ball. It is designed to work on various conditions and will likely prove to be your most versatile ball.  We are excited to introduce the Power Torq into the Columbia 300 product line.  It’s an exceptional product that is just what the brand needs right now. 

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Factory Finish:
Sanded 2000 Siaair
Core Type:
Solid Reactive
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    was I surprised? YES

    Posted by Phil Hughes on Dec 20th 2021

    Columbia 300 Power Torq was drilled 65 x 4 x 35. With my lower rev rate and ball speed I expected this ball to a typical mid-level control type ball. Boy was I wrong! The surface and the core are much strong than I expected, but what really surprised me was the turn on the backend and continuation. I have not drilled many Columbia 300 balls, but I may have to pay more attention to this name. This ball hits a TON.

  • 5
    Columbia 300 Power Torq

    Posted by Bob Newman on Oct 28th 2021

    I've had the Power Torq for about 6 or 7 weeks now and the thing that jumps out at me most is how well it takes surface changes. I used it on 5 different sports patterns in 5 different houses and it has really turned into my first out of the bag ball. I've taken the cover as low as 500, used it at 1000, 1500, & recently 2000 and the ball just keeps performing. Surprisingly to me, it clears the heads easily, has a smooth rounded arc but the real beauty of this ball is how it goes through the pins. It is very continuous without much deflection at all. So far it has exceeded my expectations.

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