Have you ever been told from a teammate or coach that it’s impossible for you to repeat shots because you are drifting on the approach? For years, drifting was defined as not walking straight on the approach from the dots to the foul line. Knowing where you start on the approach and where you slide
Every bowler gets stagnant in their development. This leaves them with the big question “What should I do to increase my bowling average?” The simple answer: knock down more pins. Easier said than done, right? That’s why we’ve outlined five easy tips to help you increase your average and bowl a better game! 1. Prepare
Whether you’re a senior just getting back into the sport of bowling, or a senior who has bowled through all the changes the game has offered, we’ll get you set up with what you need to know to remain competitive. What’s Changed Short answer: everything. The lane surface, bowling ball surface, lane transition and how
When you walk into your pro shop and see the overwhelming options of bowling balls hanging on the wall, have you ever asked yourself why there so many to choose from? There are three types of bowling balls used in today’s game: plastic, urethane and reactive. Let’s go through each one and talk about how
By now, league season is gearing up and you are either ahead or behind what you thought you’d average for this season. That leads to the burning question, are you practicing enough – or at all? When you practice do you roll three games and see if your total improved or do you have a
Like drummers in a band, left handed bowlers often find themselves the punch line of many jokes. Put this one in the win column lefties, this article is for you! Reversing Instruction Instruction for bowling is generally geared toward right-handed bowlers with a caveat that the left-handed bowler should just reverse what is being said.
Does your ball fit you correctly? It might not be something you’ve thought of before, but getting the proper bowling ball fit is an important ingredient to your success. Here are some tips to make sure your bowling ball fits: 1. Check your thumb You want your thumbhole to feel loose, but it needs to