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Ghost Jackal Review

Ball Specs and Layout:
Predator V2 Core
Coercion HFS Solid
3000 Grit LSS

Bowler Stats:
Rev Rate – 425
Ball Speed – 17 mph (down-lane)
PAP – 3 ½ over, ¾ up

Test Environment:
Fresh 42’ THS

The Ghost Jackal has unbelievable continuation for a ball of its strength. The backend motion is very predictable. I noticed how much quicker I had to be in making adjustments due to how quickly the Ghost Jackal’s cover transitioned the middle of the lane. With the moves I had to make, the Ghost Jackal does not lose energy hitting the pins.

Controllable backend shape
Great for heavy oil conditions
Versatile Cover


The Ghost Jackal is an amazing piece. The cover plays a big role with this. For when lanes get tighter downlane, on flatter conditions, and when the fronts are flooded, the Ghost Jackal’s versatility will help combat any and all of those conditions. The backend shape is impressively predictable and controlled. This is one that always has a spot in my bag.

Darryl Carreon
MOTIV Staff / Bowlifi / PBA Member

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