The Paddock is the world's first Dual Angle Layout Creation application. It's like having a Tour Ball rep on your phone.
The Paddock is a resource for competitive bowlers, those who want to be competitive bowlers, and Pro Shop Professionals.
For the Pro Shop Professional, The Paddock offers a way to efficiently develop Dual Angle Layouts for your customers and analyze an existing layout on a ball that they have brought in.
For the Bowler, The Paddock helps you understand how different Dual Angle Layouts influence the bowling ball's motion and reaction. The Paddock is designed to compliment and enhance the services that your favorite Pro Shop Professional provides.
You can have The Paddock suggest the type of bowling ball construction (RG, Differential, Core Shape, Cover Material, and Cover Strength) and Dual Angle Layout. Just enter the lane conditions parameters or select a lane pattern from a list of 60 pre loaded lane patterns. Typical House Shots, PBA Patterns, and Kegel Patterns are included. You can create a Dual Angle Layout, you can analyze a Dual Angle Layout that you already have drilled in a ball. The In My Bag function is a simple database to keep track of your bowling balls and layouts. You can learn how to find your PAP, Dual Angle Layout, Axis Tilt Angle, and Axis of Rotation angle without leaving your home. You can view common ball reaction shapes and motions.
The Paddock Screenshots
Easy to use interface.
Receive Ball Construction and Dual Angle Layouts Suggestions based on your selected parameters.
You can choose from 60 pre-loaded lane patterns, including Typical House Shots, PBA Patterns, and Kegel Patterns or enter your own.
You're in Control.
Modify the lane condition parameters if you like. Select your RPM rate and Ball Speed.
The Paddock will help you decide. Receive bowling ball construction and layout parameter suggestions based on the parameters selected. It's like having a Tour Ball Rep helping you.
Change the Layout based on your release. Layouts automatically change based on your Axis Tilt and Axis of Rotation selections.
You can view the possible layout for both Right and Left Handed Bowlers.
You can also view the possible lane motion that the layout provides.
You can even analyze the dual angle layout of a drilled bowling ball.