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Sunday the 15th was Doubles/Singles of our City League Tournament and I started throwing the ball fairly well but couldn\'t get anything going. A handful of splits and some BAD spare shooting had me hitting the wall wondering if I was gonna be able to get back into the race.\r\n\r\nAfter my 6 games I was glad it was over and couldn\'t get to the pits fast enough. It just wasn\'t my day and I wasn\'t sure if it was ever gonna be after a showing like that.\r\n\r\nWell Monday was a new day; I had a new car in the garage and put a fresh tune up on it. (For those not following, I had the Forza GT on the shelf and I put holes in it) With a fresh perspective and a reluctance to quit I took back to the track to see what this day had to offer. My warm up laps were over and I was feeling good about the start.\r\n\r\nOf the six of in the race I was 2nd to finish line but I lead the first lap with style. Throwing the ball pretty good started me out perfect, 300 with 12 quality shots. Anyway despite leading the first lap I did only finish 2nd on the pair with 717.\r\n\r\nThe Forza GT rolled really well. As I said I threw 12 shots good enough to strike with some being a tad tight and some being a touch wide. But whatever the deal was the Forza GT provided a great reaction and a good amount of mistake area.\r\n\r\nThose looking for a good overall ball motion that is super forgiving and maybe a bit underrated the Forza GT is an excellent first choice.
Made the switch to Motiv in August, and couldn\'t be happier with the results. The Trident, Primal Rage Remix, and the Primal Fear are all tremendous. But the Forza GT is on a level all by itself, this ball carries everything. It\'s the ball I go to when I need to score. Used it Sunday November 6th for 300, my first honor score since taking an 8-year break from bowling.\r\n\r\nHands down, Motiv makes the best equipment on the market.\r\n#MotivNation