Based on ratings I found I decided to see Gary and Larry when getting back into bowling. They have my business for life. Below is my experience with them, which I tried to keep brief. If this is all you read I want you to know that the guys at Larry's Pro Shop are great with people and have a pride in their work which ensures you are completely satisfied with your equipment. I started out working with Gary to get a ball that would be a good benchmark ball for my aspiring arsenal. He was very personable and didn't mind me asking all kinds of questions. After talking for a bit on what I was looking for in a ball he measured my hand and even had me throw half a dozen balls to see how I threw. The ball he picked out for me was the Columbia 300 Freeze and boy was I happy when he told me they had a used one for half price. He drilled it up while I waited and I immediately took it out to play. Amazing reaction but I digress. What really sold me was when I had to go back because my fingers would get bruised after a couple games. I called the shop and Larry answered. I told him what was going on with my new ball and he was very insistent that I come back in so he could figure it out. "No one should be uncomfortable bowling" I believe he told me. He replaced the finger inserts for free, after I managed to destroy them taking em out, and asked if I wouldn't mind bowling a bit to show him what I was talking about because in all his years he could "count on his thumb how many times" he'd heard of my issue. Larry decided to plug and redrill without finger inserts and see how I respond. I go back in a few days but really felt I needed to write this review in the mean time (and I barely leave feedback on ebay let alone write reviews.) Larry's devotion to a guy who only bought a USED ball is impressive and I hope you choose him too.
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