900 Global Sublime Bowling Ball

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The Sublime has been handcrafted with ALL NEW cover and core technology within the 900 Global product line. This new ball features the Reserve Blend 802 Hybrid Cover, finished with Reacta Gloss, for a versatile option within the 800 Series. Paired with the groundbreaking Immersed Symmetric A.I. Core, which represents countless hours of R&D, the Sublime will give 900 Global the next great reaction shape for those bowlers looking to fill their bag with a new symmetric bowling ball!


The Immersed Symmetric A.I. Core is the first 900 Global core to feature A.I. Core Technology. By using this groundbreaking process, we can push the limits on RGs and differentials. This means, we have lowered the RG and raised the differential to give you a bowling ball that rolls quicker and creates more surface contact with the lane. In testing, A.I. Core Technology has been seen to strike more on the light pocket hits due to the increased energy distribution. 900 Global fans will see the inner core shape is a new look for the brand. The concave/barbell shape features larger masses at both the north and south poles creating a strong torque effect. This shape of the core means when your pro shop operator drills your thumbhole they won’t remove as much material from the weight block, thus keeping the integrity of the design across multiple drillings.

Color Neon Purple/Amber/Black
Coverstock 802 Hybrid Reactive
Core Meditate™ Symmetric
RG 2.47
Differential 0.056
Intermediate Diff n/a
Factory finish Reacta Gloss 
Weights 12 thru 16lbs

39 Reviews

  • Sublime

    Posted by Will on Feb 25th 2024

    900 Global Sublime Cover: Reserve Blend 802 Hybrid Core: Immersed Symmetric A.I. Finish: Reacta Gloss Polish Review: Looking for a great-looking ball with a mid-lane roll that can pack a punch when it hits the pins? Look no further than Sublime from 900 Global. This ball being a hybrid offers a clean through the fronts with a strong roll in the mid-lane while providing plenty of pop on the back end. I have changed the surface on this ball several times and have enjoyed the versatility. Generally, I do not match up very well with Hybrid cover stocks, but with the combination of the new AI core technology and the new hybrid cover stock blend I find this ball as one of the first out of my bag depending on the lane conditions I am bowling on. Make sure you snag one of these beasts. Will Tefft 900 Global Staff Member will@parklanes.net www.900global.com

  • 900 Global Sublime

    Posted by Mike LeViner on Feb 25th 2024

    Layout: 50 x 4 ½ x 35 The Sublime adds a unique shape to the 900 Global lineup – a smooth, strong, yet clean reaction that is very much at home on medium-dry to medium-heavy oil conditions. It ignores the heads but has a strong arcing reaction that starts in the early midlane and continues through the pindeck. The smoother nature of the Sublime lends it to being less oil sensitive than other medium-oil bowling balls that are more skid-flip. Bowling balls such as the Xponent Pearl or Summit Peak are cleaner and flippier, and are better for medium-dry to purely medium oil conditions, but are more sensitive to oil. Those balls are great choices to go to after the Sublime.

  • 900 Global Sublime

    Posted by Brian Watson on Feb 24th 2024

    The new ball from 900 Global is the Sublime. The Sublime is the first 900 Global ball to use the new AI technology. Also using all new Core and new Reserve Blend 802 hybrid Cover. I drilled mine 4.25 x 4 x 2 pin up. This ball is very good, and matches up with my ball roll real well. I find the reaction as a little early and a little downlane. Just what you would think from an Hybird cover. The Sublime is a little forward rolling for me off of the breakpoint for me. But it carries unbelievable for me on house shots and medium Sport patterns. (AI helps) I have drilled several for customers at the shop, 2 handers, tweeners and down and in players. All like the reaction, its just different roll but in a very good way. They all mentioned to me its a unique roll. Something fits very well in any bowlers arsenal. Brian Watson Storm Pro Shop Staff PAP - 3 7/8 up 1 1/4 RPM - 400 MPH - 16-17 TILT - 17 Brunswick Pro Anvil Lanes House Shot 42 ft Med Sport Patterns

  • Sublime ball review

    Posted by Carol Teel on Feb 22nd 2024

    Weight: 14 lbs. Pin Length: 3-3.5” Drilling: 25 x 4-1/4 x 55 Drilling VLS: 3-1/2 x 4 x 2-1/2 Pattern Length: 41 ft. Pattern Volume: Medium Pattern Type: THS Right Handed The Sublime by 900 Global has the reserve blend 802 hybrid cover stock, finished with Reacta Gloss. This is a symmetrical ball, with a medium/high flare potential in the 900 global, 800 line of bowling balls. The box finish is Reacta gloss, but, as always, the surface can be altered to suit a variety of lane conditions. It is a very attractive neon purple/amber/black color combo. I have used the Sublime on a 40 ft. kegel house pattern, and a variety of modified house patterns in different houses. I’ve thrown the Sublime at the Reacta Gloss box finish, and have made some surface changes along the way. I’ve found, for me, changing the surface to 1000/2000 grit abralon really smooths out the reaction, which is what I was looking for in my arsenal. I’ve found this to be a good benchmark, “go to” ball when I start to see the transition. The Sublime is strong through the pins, when the lanes starts to dry up. This ball continues through the pins really well, again, when the lanes start to dry out. The Sublime definitely has a spot in my arsenal. It gets through the heads cleanly and makes a nice smooth turn down lane. I highly recommend the Sublime if you’re looking for a nice mid range ball in your bag. The Sublime fits in between the Magic Gem and the Exotic Gem in my arsenal. I highly recommend this ball if you’re looking for a nice mid range ball . Carol Teel Roto Grip Amateur Staff Member

  • 900 Global Sublime review by Chris Pollentier

    Posted by Chris Pollentier on Feb 19th 2024

    900 Global Sublime Coverstock: Reserve Blend 802 Hybrid Reactive Box Finish: Reacta Gloss Core: Immersed Symmetric A.I. Core RG: 2.47, Diff: 0.056 (15 lbs) VLS Layout: 4 1/2 x 4 7/8 x 3 1/8 Dual Angle Layout: 60 x 4 1/2 x 50 PAP: 5 3/16” right x 5/8” up Rev rate: 400 rpm Average speed: 16.5 mph Location: Prairie Lanes, Sun Prairie, WI Pattern: Medium volume THS The all-new Sublime brings A.I. (Amplified Inertia) Core technology to the 900 Global line up. This new core technology helps to lower the RG and increase the differential, thus making the ball rev quickly and creating more fresh-surface contact with the lane. Furthermore, this new core is paired with the Reserve Blend 802 Hybrid Cover, which features a mix of the solid cover from the Reality and the pearl cover from the Wolverine Dark Moss. All told, this creates a very versatile ball that can be used on a variety of lane conditions. For the Sublime, I went with a layout that puts the pin in my ring finger after drilling; basically, it splits the difference between a pin-up and pin-down layout for me. I also took a little bit of shine off by lightly scuffing the surface with a 3000-grit Abralon pad as I’ve found the Reacta Gloss finish can be a bit too shiny for my liking. I have loved everything I’ve seen out of the Sublime thus far! The fast-revving action reminds me a lot of the original Zen, but the Sublime gets further down the lane and has much more shape on the backend, and continuation through the pins is awesome. Where the Zen struggled a bit when you moved too far left (for a righty), the Sublime has no issues coming around the corner. I can certainly see the Sublime being in play on all but the heaviest/longest of oil conditions. The Sublime is a great compliment to the 900 Global Eternity Pi and Xponent – where those 2 balls can be used on the fresh, the Sublime is the perfect transition ball to go to after either of those balls start to lose their reaction. I really believe this is a ball that can, and should, have a spot in everyone’s bowling bag for tournament and league bowlers alike. The Sublime is a unique combination of midlane read, length, and backend reaction that will be a staple in my bag for the foreseeable future. Chris Pollentier Storm Products Pro Shop Staff #StormNation #StrikingWorldwide

  • Sublime - more than anticipated

    Posted by Brian Eger on Feb 19th 2024

    900 Global Sublime Layout 5 x 4 x 3.5 Style – stroker Ball Speed – 14–15 mph at pins Condition – house pattern - older HPL surface Surface – box condition I drilled the Sublime to transition off an Eternity PI drilled with the same layout. Bowling on very wet/dry conditions I’d wanted the stronger asymmetrical to help blend that out. Loved the motion, but rarely get through more than one game with the PI. That’s where the Sublime was to come in. However, I got a much stronger motion off the spot than anticipated. I’m going to need a little more in the fronts to get it down the lane with my slower ball speed. For those with higher rev rates, I can see this one going all the way around the lane. This ball has no trouble getting around the corner. If you’re looking for something symmetrical with AI technology don’t forget to look at this one. I think many will be pleased with a stronger overall motion than anticipated. This ball will get use but might be a bit more conditional for me.

  • So Sublime!

    Posted by Tony Marino on Feb 19th 2024

    Sublime Cover: 802 Hybrid Reactive Core: Immersed + AI RG: 2.47 RG Diff: 0.051 My layout: 4.5 x 2.5 The Sublime is a hybrid symmetrical ball that I see working best on medium to med-dry conditions. The 802 hybrid cover on the Sublime makes it feel more like a pearl than a hybrid, because it has not problem clearing the front part of the lane. The low rg, high diff core compliments the clean cover very well, because once it starts seeing some friction it creates a strong medium-quick response motion. I have found that the Sublime is best when the lanes transition past big solid balls like the Reality or Phase 2. It allows me to get more shape without overshooting the break point down lane. Bowler stats: Left handed PAP: 5 x 1/4up Rev rate: 400

  • SUBLIME by Roto Grip Rick

    Posted by Roto Grip Rick on Jan 31st 2024

    900 Global Sublime: Ball specs: Immersed Symmetric core with A.I. technology with the Reserve Blend 802 hybrid coverstock Factory finish: Reacta Gloss Layout: 5 x 4 x 2 ¾ Bowler specs: 15.5 mph and rev rate in the 380’s and my is PAP is 3 ¼ and at zero up/down With the discontinuation of my favorite ball, the Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid, I have been looking for the “peace of mind” reliable hybrid piece to fill in my bag. I bowl mainly on Brunswick and HPL lane panels and both centers use what I feel to be a heavier volume house pattern than other places I bowl as well. The Sublime overall length all ball motion was a tick longer than the Hyped Hybrid, but the back-end reaction was stronger and more powerful through the pin deck. With the first in the 900 Global brand, the barbell shaped core with more weight on the top and bottom of the core and with the A.I. technology wrapped around the core, the hitting and torque it provides is amazing when it comes to pin carry. I took a worn 4000 grit pad and hand sanded it to change the cover texture just enough to allow the Sublime to have a similar overall ball motion like my Hyped Hybrids. The Sublime will be getting plenty of use over the next several months. Maybe I can knock out a few award scores with the Sublime like I did in the past with the Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid. Be sure to visit 900 Global’s facebook and YouTube channel for the latest news on releases, technology and information.

  • Sublime

    Posted by BRIAN HIRSCH on Jan 28th 2024

    Hey everyone, I'm back with another ball review, and this time it's for the 900 Global Sublime In 14 pounds this ball is wrapped in the Reserve Blend 802 Blend Hybrid Coverstock and has the Immersed Symmetric A.I. Core with an RG of 2.49, Diff of .050. The layout for this ball is 4x4x2 I was on the fence when this ball was announced as I thought we had enough balls in this spot between the SPI lines. Sublime seems to have the perfect combination of length and backend motion. But after throwing this ball in league you just see this ball is a little special. The ball is versatile and takes surface changes very well. This ball was much stronger and read the lane harder than my TNT Infused. I would say it is close to my Pi in total hook and stronger than most of my polished balls. I could have seen this ball in the ball of the year talk if released earlier in the year and not at the end. Do not sleep on this one and go see your STORM VIP Pro Shop to get yours today Check us out on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/onefrombills Get out to your STORM VIP shop or Pro Shop and get yours today! BOWLER STYLE: RH - Power Stroker Rev Rate: 320 Ball Speed: 15-16 PAP: 4 7/8 right 3/8 up. #Storm #VISE #BowlersChoiceProShop #BabesAndBallsBowling #LogoInfusion or #IAmBowling (coupon code HIRSCH 20% off at checkout)

  • My Favorite Ball

    Posted by Steven Collins on Jan 27th 2024

    Dual Angle Layout: 55 x 5 ½ x 55 Storm Vector Layout: 5 ½ x 4 ¼ x 3 7/8 The Sublime is super clean through the front of the lanes and just pops on the back end. I drilled this ball a bit weaker than my Journey and created the perfect 1-2 punch. When the Journey starts to go a little too early, I can switch to the Sublime and not have to move a board.

  • Wow! Ball of the year?

    Posted by Bradley Paynter on Jan 26th 2024

    Most bowling balls, I drill one, and it either works or it doesn’t. Well, with the sublime, I liked the first one so much I drilled a second with a different layout, and they BOTH have a spot in my bag. The first has a pin down layout with slightly more surface. The second is pin up and has the original finish. This ball is a hybrid, so it gives you the control of a solid with the finishing power and back-end of a pearl. The things I look for in a ball is consistency and finishing power, and this ball has both. If you need a higher-end ball to start your league nights with or for use in tournaments, I’d give the sublime a shot!

  • 900 Global Sublime – WWRD 12/15/2023

    Posted by Patrick Dombrowski (Storm Staff) on Jan 19th 2024

    900 Global Sublime – WWRD 12/15/2023Cover: Reserve Blend 802 Hybrid ReactiveCore: Immersed Symmetric A.I. CoreRG: 2.47RG. Diff.: 0.051Finish: Reacta Gloss900 Global’s Sublime is a Symmetrical Hybrid piece that is good for Medium Volume patterns. 1st piece with the A.I. Core in a 900 Global bowling ball. PAP is 5 5/16 R 1 3/16 Up. Rev Rate: 400. Speed: 16.5. Drilled this piece with the Pin up between the fingers and CG kicked out 1” from the palm. Out of Box ball motion clean through the fronts with a strong backend reaction on the Fresh 42’ House Pattern. I compared this to Reality Check and Zen Gold Label. Reality Check (Hybrid Asymmetrical Piece) was 3-3 stronger and the Zen Gold Label (Pearl Symmetrical Piece) was 1-1 left with a smoother backend motion. This piece fits between the Zen and Zen Gold Label. This piece will be good for all types of styles.Check Out the Ball motion Video on my YouTube Page:https://youtu.be/MifRL239TXo?si=3ks2bhFgI_yDLGDB

  • 900 GLobal Sublime

    Posted by Sean Daniels on Jan 18th 2024

    Ball: 900 Global Sublime Cover: Reserve Blend 802 Hybrid Core: Immersed Symmetric A.I. Finish: Reacta Gloss Polish RG: 2.47 Differential: 0.056 Ball Layout: Pin Up 5 X 5 X 4 VLS Rev Rate ~ 400-425 Ball Speed 17.5 MPH The New Sublime from 900 Global is a powerhouse! The Immersed Symmetric core is the first Global ball to utilize Storm's A.I. Core technology. This powerful fast revving core is paired with a Polished Hybrid cover called Reserve Blend 802. The resulting combo creates alot of hook. I just recently added this ball to my new arsenal and drilled in similar to the Absolute Power. When comparing this ball against the absolute power, I found that it was longer, as the cover and finish would dictate, and with the low pin layout was still smooth motion to the pocket. I would see this ball being really good on most house shots, and a great piece to transition to after the Absolute Power is no longer able to get through the pins effectively. On the house pattern, I was able to keep my angles in front of me and see good reaction but to me this ball really shines when you can open the angles up and throw it away from you. I did not have any issues with the ball wanting to recover and retain energy going through the pins. Sean Daniels – SPI 900 Global Staff Member – Hillsboro, Oregon

  • Sublime is Money!

    Posted by Sam Cooper on Jan 16th 2024

    Sam Cooper Roto Grip Amateur staffer. Layout 50x5.5x35. New Immersed AI core technology. Wrapped in the new 802 Reserve Blend Hybrid cover. To make up that cover you have two parts Wolverine DM and one part Reality. I first tried this ball out of box and I saw quickly that I needed to take the shine off the ball. I hit it with a beat up 2000 pad then we were in business. Not only do I really like the colors of this ball but the mid-lane and continuation of the ball is fun to watch. For me in my bag this ball fits right under a Storm Summit and right above a Zen Gold Label. The Sublime will come with me both to league and tournaments it is just that good of a bowling ball. Sublime has a big engine with a .056 diff and with the two parts pearl cover it gets through the fronts easier than a Summit but the mid-lane is strong from the Sublime. Then the reaction shape is a strong arc into the pins it is almost OG Zen like just not as forward. The power at the pins with the Sublime and the AI core is noticeable. I said this after throwing this ball a few times that it was a shame this came out so late in the year because it had a strong chance to be ball of the year!

  • 900 Global Sublime

    Posted by Mike Craig - Storm Amateur Staff on Jan 16th 2024

    I drilled my 900 Global Sublime at a 5 x 4 x 1.5. This is a DA layout of 50 x 5 x 22. I did take it down to 2000 trucut pads which is like 1500 abralon as the trucut pads really leave a very dull surface on the ball. The cover has worked itself back up to about 3500 smooth but not shiny as the cover is doing a good job of not lane shining quickly. I have thrown it about 10 games since I hit the cover so probably due for another 3000 Tru Cut touch up. I have thrown this on a New Years Day sweeper and league conditions. The NYD event was a dual pattern with 44'-26.5 mls on left lanes and 47'-31 mls on the right lane. The SUBLIME was good on both lanes as I could play really tight on the higher volume lane and get enough roll in the back to carry. I had to open up my angle on the left lane more for the fresher surface adjustment. At some point, I had to get out of the SUBLIME as the surface was too early once the lanes got beat up. In league, this ball has looked good also. I can take my hand out of it and just try to roll the ball a little more end over end and get the ball to hook and "lay" off the friction right at the pocket. I can also throw my normal rev rate and speed and get it back and have it tumble forward at the break. Summary is this is a very good release from 900 Global especially with the other balls in their line. The ZEN GOLD LABEL is about a 4/2 adjustment when the SUBLIME is getting too forward at the break or bogging down trying to get back when my angles get too open. I can also "ball up" with an ETERNITY PI to get more earlier read. This might be a good one for me to drill a second one up with a 5.5 x 4 x 2.5 layout to bridge any gap to the ZEN GOLD LABEL.

  • Shockingly Strong

    Posted by Zack Newman on Jan 16th 2024

    The 900 Global Sublime, with the new 802 Reserve Blend hybrid coverstock and my 4.5 x 3 x 2.5 layout gives me a STRONG motion front to back on fresh THS. My RPM is about 470 and my speed averages around 16.4 MPH, and I have yet to find a situation where I am able to have closed angles with this ball. I can pretty much go as far left, and open my angles as wide as my imagination will allow me to, and I'm still in the pocket. It's truly one of the strongest pearls I've ever thrown. For me, it is stronger than the original Zen by about two arrows. It's just not in the same ballpark strength-wise. I see this ball being ideal for speed-dominant players who need something that will pick up, or anyone else who needs a little help from the core/cover, OR people who like to see lots of shape throughout the entire lane. I also compared this to the Zen Gold Label, and the Gold Label was cleaner than both the Sublime and the Zen, by a total of about 14-15 boards at the arrows. If you are looking for a pearl with a VERY large footprint, the Sublime is going to be your go-to.

  • 900 Global Sublime review by Lonnie Pemberton

    Posted by Lonnie T Pemberton on Jan 12th 2024

    ME: Right-Handed Tweener Speed: 12-13 mph Rev Rate: 315 Axis Tilt: 14° Axis Rotation: 74° PAP: 5 1/8 R 7/8 Up Ball: Cover: Reserve Blend 802 Hybrid Core: Immersed Symmetric A.I. Finish: Reacta Gloss Polish RG: 2.47 Differential: 0.056 Ball Layout: Pin Up 5 1/2 X 4 1/2 X 3 VLS The New Sublime from 900 Global is a powerhouse! The Immersed Symmetric core is the first Global ball to utilize Storm's A.I. Core technology. This powerful fast revving core is paired with a Polished Hybrid cover called Reserve Blend 802. The resulting combo creates alot of hook. I tested the Sublime on my local house pattern and the first thing that I noticed was how much this ball saw the mid-lane. I was very surprised to see a polished ball see the fronts so much. I had thrown Urethane to start the night and the backends had tightened up, so I thought I'd try the Sublime to get it off the back-end a little harder. I immediately had to take a big step left. The sublime will overpower a tight lane like no other polished ball on the market. In subsequent weeks I've had a bit more trouble getting to use it in league play. Our center has a lot of early friction and I haven't encountered the lanes being as tight as that first week. The fronts tend to burn pretty fast so the early motion of the Sublime on this condition as taken it a bit out of play for me with my lower ball speed. However for players with more ball speed and less hand I think this ball is going to be very useful. I don't feel they will have to wait to get into this ball despite it's polished finish and that they will be able to stay with it long through the night. Check out my full ball reaction video on Youtube: https://youtu.be/rBHOxf32YJ4?si=kXLYD1rOgsFL0l0c Lonnie Pemberton Storm Pro Shop Staff Vise Pro Shop Staff Revolutions Pro Shop Youtube Channel: https://youtube.com/@k1ngsizepapa

  • Overall Performance

    Posted by Jeffrie Delaney on Jan 9th 2024

    I rate this bowling ball a 5 out of 5 for overall performance! The blended batch N° 802 coverstock allows me to play multiple angles on the lanes and see continous motion through the pin deck. The 900 Global Zen would sometimes quit on me if it picked up oil down lane but not with the Sublime! I've already shot three honor scores in one week with this ball. Absolute love it!

  • 900 Global Sublime

    Posted by Kevin Duncan on Jan 8th 2024

    900 Global Sublime Layout: 4.5 x 4 x 2 Storm Pin Buffer Layout Rev Rate: 325 rpm, 7 degree of axis tilt, 40 degree of axis rotation Testing information: 41 foot THS (medium to light volume) Bowling Center: Fulton Bowling Center Kegel Machine – Brunswick Anvilane The 900 Global Sublime utilizes the Reserve Blend 802 Hybrid coverstock and the Immersed Symmetric A.I. weight block. All I need to say is my choice for 2023 Ball of the Year. There are times when you can tell a ball is special, which is the case with the Sublime. The Sublime seems to have the perfect combination of length and backend motion. The carry has been fantastic during league with this ball. The sales in the pro shop for the Sublime have been good to start. There are a lot of Roto Grip Hyper Cell Skid vibes from the color combo. I also get a little Marvel Pearl motion vibes. Visit your local Storm VIP Pro Shop! #Stormnation #SquadRG


    Posted by Austin Lockhart on Jan 8th 2024

    When this ball was announced I was surprised. I thought we already had too many balls in this spot on the bag already. Well, after drilling this one and throwing it, I was mistaken! Super versatile, it takes well to surface changes, and more importantly the A.I. core technology gives it the slight edge. I drilled mine with a 5x4x3 2LS which I’ve been using it a lot lately. Typically I like the benchmark shape on all hybrids. Highly recommend this one!

  • 900 Global Sublime

    Posted by Brent Ritchie on Jan 8th 2024

    Drilling pattern: 5 x 2.75 Pin position: Above middle finger PAP: 4.5 over and 1 up. Pattern: Modified low volume house pattern. I got my first extended look at the SUBLIME this weekend at our local association Masters tournament. It was a 5-game qualifier on a low volume modified house pattern. I used the SUBLIME all 5 games and got to +150 which was just short of cashing (scores were VERY HIGH). However, speaking of ball reaction, I could not have been happier. Kept this ball at box finish (Reacta Gloss) and it did a great job of pushing through the puddle in the middle of the lane and making a strong, controlled move off the dry. This ball has continuation unlike anything I’ve seen in a long time. The pin action was outstanding to see with some of my only leaves being a couple solid 9’s, upper deck 7’s, and wrap 10’s. I put this drilling pattern on due to the lower RG of this ball as I wanted to insure I could get the ball down lane and it performed as expected. My only recommendation would be to make sure there is some dry to throw the ball too. The coverstock isn’t quite strong enough, in my opinion, to be able to play on massive amounts of oil. I had a couple shots that I badly pulled into the oil and it struggled to make it up the hill. Any shot that I projected correctly to the dry, the ball was outstanding. Brent Ritchie SPI Pro Shop Staff Member

  • Sublime Review by Kyle, Joel, & Dean Johnson

    Posted by Kyle, Joel, & Dean Johnson on Jan 2nd 2024

    900 Global Sublime Cover: Reserve Blend 802™ Hybrid Reactive Core: Immersed™ A.I. (Symmetrical) Color: Neon Purple/Amber/Black Review: Benchmark ball alert! The sublime features the all new A.I. core with a predictable ball motion that falls under the likes of the Hy-Road and Phaze lines. We really hope you don’t sleep on this release. We drilled this ball with our normal layout: tweener, 350-375 revs, 16.5mph, layout of choice is 4x4x2 (pin is above bridge). We have been patiently waiting for a symmetrical hybrid to come out of the lineup to ball down from our Summit (also featuring A.I. core). We are loving this new core technology and can attest to those lighter or off hits carrying better. Whether its your first, second, third, or sixth ball in the bag, the predictability and consistency of this piece is what everyone hopes for. The Sublime is very versatile. It could be that first out of the bag or a ball down from a higher sym or asym piece. For us it would be an immediate ball down from the Summit but for many it could be a ball down from an asym piece such as a Magic Gem, Absolute, or Clone. Kyle, Joel, & Dean Johnson 900 Global Pro Shop Staffers joel@parklanes.net kyle@parklanes.net Dean@frontierfuncenter.net www.900Global.com #GoGlobal

  • Welcome 802!

    Posted by Todd Pawlak on Jan 1st 2024

    Well, I'm very excited about this new 900 Global Sublime! It has been handcrafted with all new Reserve Blend 802 Hybrid cover and The Immersed Symmetric A.I. Core technology. This new symmetric bowling ball will be great in your bowling bag. Out of the box I threw it and liked it a lot, But, After thinking I had it hit with 500/3000 on the ball spRead more about review stating 900 Global, Love this one! inner. It toned it down a little to fit in with my other bowling balls. You have the Eternity PI and the Zen Gold bowling balls, The way I throw, its nice to have something that fits in line with my style. Tuesday went 718, Thursday went 716. It rolls very nice and very predictable. Its nice to make the move and have a ball in your hands that you can work with. Its a ball in the bag, and I can't wait to bowl again!

  • Sublime Review

    Posted by Glenn on Dec 31st 2023

    Ball Specs: Global Sublime 802 Hybrid Reactive Cover Reacta Gloss Polished Immersed A.I. Core (Symmetric) Layout 4.5 x 4.5 with 2” Pin Buffer Bowler Specs: Right Hand. PAP 5” Over 1/2 up Rev Rate 300. Tilt 20. Rotation 50. Speed at release 17 Review: The new Global Sublime is a good looking ball with a new groundbreaking A.I. designed Immersed core. The fusion of the hybrid cover materials really provided more hook than I expected. This ball was much stronger and read the lane harder than my TNT Infused. I would say it is close to my Exotic in total hook and stronger than most of my polished balls. I feel this is due to how the ball reads early for me but still rolls strong throughout the lane. I did not see the angular motion I thought I would but I was very happy with how the ball finished and carried the light hits. By the end of my day testing the Sublime I was able to move deeper than I normally would with most other polished balls. I was still able to get the Sublime back to the pocket as long as I found the friction. I rolled my Xponent for comparison and on this condition the Xponent at box finish was much smoother and hooked a bit less than the Sublime. I look forward to learning what this ball will do and think I may be using this one a lot. Summary: The Sublime is much stronger than expected for a glossy ball. This ball sees the friction and does not quit. The Sublime carries light hits as good as anything I have. Glenn Wendel Storm Pro Shop Staff gwendel@comcast.net www.stormbowling.com Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSxEHyHBX-g&error=0

  • Sublime!

    Posted by Josh Shoemaker on Dec 30th 2023

    The Sublime is 900 Globals newest 800 series ball. It features the brand new immersed symmetric core wrapped in AI tech paired with the reserve 802 hybrid cover. The AI tech in the filler material helps preserve the core specs across drilling and different weights. The 802 hybrid cover takes the best of both worlds and provides plenty of traction with just the right amount of length. It reminds me a lot of a juiced up Axiom pearl which was one of my all time favorite cleaner symmetrical pieces. Review Video: https://youtu.be/bNHZ5PxYWeU?si=5w-JW8M4ZGcoF2QC