A relatively new addition to the Taylor flat green range, the Lazer is primarily designed for fast outdoor and indoor conditions. With a precision narrow bias, the slim profile of the Lazer bowl features the the dimpled Progrip as standard, making this bowl a very comfortable model to hold.
Given the design and natural arc of the Lazer, the bowl is ideally suited to fast paced surfaces. The Lazer is a good choice for indoor bowls on a fast surface, and for the more experienced bowls player.
The Taylor Lazer comes in black and heavyweight with Progrip as standard.
The Lazer bowl is available in a selection of mount emblems and ring colours. These are dependent on the size of bowl you choose.
The term ‘Progrip’ is used to describe the grip finish that Taylor applies to its bowls. Progrip in particular features a dimple-style design and comes as standard with a lot of the Taylor bowls range. Easily one of their most popular and easily recognised grips, Progrip offers the bowler improved control and feel even in the wettest of playing conditions.
Taylor Lazer Bias Chart
Here’s a graphical display of the Lazer’s arc when compared to other bowls in the Taylor range. You can clearly see how much narrower the line is in comparison to that of the Legacy and Ace. As the image clearly indicated, the Lazer offers the most narrow bowling arc by far in the Taylor range.
Taylor Lazer Size/Weight and Diameter
The below table provides a breakdown of both size/weight and diameter of the Taylor Lazer bowl when compared to it’s numerical sizing chart.
|Diameter (inches)||4 9/16||4 5/8||4 3/4||4 13/16||4 7/8||4 15/16||5||5 1/16|
|Heavyweight (lbs-ozs)||2-9 3/4||2-11 1/2||2-15 1/4||3-1 3/4||3-03||3-4 5/8||3-06||-|