Obsession Tour™

MSRP: $279.95
(You save $115.00 )
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Factory Finish:
500, 1000 Siaair Micro Pad
Flare Potential:
Weightblock Type:
Obsession Tour - Asymmetric
Coverstock Type:
TourV2 Solid


The Obsession and Obsession Tour have the same core shape; however, the Tour edition differential is .016 points lower, creating less flare, less hook, and a more controllable reaction compared to the regular Obsession.


The Obsession Tour will create a unique reaction that will allow many players to stand closer to the dry and be great for higher rev players. It uses an updated version of the Tour cover found on the Web Tour balls. Featuring DOT technology, which allows you to drill anywhere which makes this ball even tougher.

Hammer recommends Tough Scrub to keep your Obsession Tour performing its best!


  • PART NUMBER 60-106484-93X
  • COLOR Burgundy
  • CORE Obsession Tour
  • CORE TYPE Asymmetric
  • COVERSTOCK TourV2 Solid
  • COVER TYPE Solid Reactive
  • FINISH 500, 1000 Siaair Micro Pad
  • WEIGHTS 16-12 Pounds
  • LANE CONDITION Medium to heavy oil
  • REACTION Strong midlane and backend
  • WARRANTY Two years from purchase date


  • 16 lb - RG (2.484) DIFF (0.029) ASY (0.011)
  • 15 lb - RG (2.469) DIFF (0.034) ASY (0.013)
  • 14 lb - RG (2.485) DIFF (0.034) ASY (0.013)
  • 13 lb - RG (2.597) DIFF (0.041) ASY (0.014)
  • 12 lb - RG (2.593) DIFF (0.041) ASY (0.014)

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  • 5
    Obsession Tour

    Posted by Phil Hughes on Feb 22nd 2021

    I drilled my Hammer Obsession Tour 45x4 ½ x35 to match my game. This ball is unique and will be my benchmark ball, replacing my symmetrical balls for league when I start. My lower rev rate of 300 and speed at 16mph usually keeps me from using very many asymmetrical bowling balls. I can throw this ball all night long as it is smooth as silk in all phases of the ball motion

  • 5
    Hammer Obsession Tour is pretty special

    Posted by Bob Newman on Feb 19th 2021

    Super stoked to get this one in my hands. I like low differential cores, they just roll better for me. This is my first low diff. core that is also asymmetric. This ball rolled great right out of the box. Very smooth reaction yet still went through the pins the right way. I was on a THS and several times I rolled it into the friction early and expected it to shoot across the nose but it just went high flush, ten back instead of some split. This is gonna be a great ball for my arsenal.

  • 5
    Amazed by this one!

    Posted by Matthew Staninger on Feb 17th 2021

    I am very impressed at how useful this ball is on so many conditions. It is an in between look at a typical asymmetrical and symmetrical ball,which gives it strong roll and continuation. I will have 3 of these in my bag. Check out the versatility here: https://youtu.be/MlAmOtu5HHw

  • 5
    You’ll Be Obsessed

    Posted by Kerry on Feb 1st 2021

    The Hammer Obsession Tour is an asymmetric ball that reads the body of the lane without over reacting and has a smooth backend reaction with a big punch through the pins. This ball is like a Hammer Web Tour Hybrid on steroids! This is one ball that everyone is going to want in their bags.

  • 5

    Posted by David Varner on Jan 31st 2021

    When I see the tour nameplate I expect a smooth controllable ball. That is what you get with the obsession tour but don’t be fooled this ball still hooks! I have it a step down from the obsession but could easily throw it early in the night or in the oil as well. Lowering the diff allowed this ball to get a little further down the lane and round out the shape rather than getting into a roll to early. I think this ball is extremely versatile and should take surface adjustments great to give you even more variety.