• 3:45

    Many bowlers have experienced a cracked bowling ball at least once over the years. Bowling coach Bryan O’Keefe and pro bowler Chris Barnes discuss some of the factors that can cause a cracked ball, including extreme temperature changes.

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  • 4:55

    Rod Ross and Michelle Mullen discuss the four main types of bowling wrist support used by bowlers today, including the purpose and benefits to each. Learn more about leather, fabric, and metal wrist devices and what they can do to help your game.

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  • 5:20

    Bryan O’Keefe and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discuss the difference between strong and weak bowling balls and the common misconception of what it means for a ball to be considered strong.

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  • 5:36

    Herman Glenn shows the different machines that have been used to apply oil and clean the lanes. Every bowling ball, bowling pin, cleaner and conditioner must go through equipment specifications testing before they can be approved for use.

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  • 2:45

    Bowling Ball Maintenance Bowling coach Bill Monce discusses proper bowling ball maintenance and bowling ball cleaning in order to keep your equipment oil free. To prevent oil soaking into the bowling ball, make sure you are cleaning it often. Learn more about this, as well as other bowling tips on ball maintenance in this video.

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  • 5:17

    Bryan O’Keefe explains the importance of developing a diverse bowling ball arsenal. Having a variety of coverstocks, cores and layouts will give you options in your game, so that you can choose the ball that will maximize your score on any condition.

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  • 6:56

    Bowling coaches Mike Nyitray and Rod Ross discuss how the way we use bowling tape has evolved over the past decade. While bowlers in the past have taped inside the bowling ball, it is more common now for bowlers to tape their hands.  Watch how a bowler uses tape on his fingers and thumb to

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  • 1:59

    Like with the essential equipment of any other sport, if you’re uncomfortable with your bowling ball fit, you’re going to notice inconsistencies in your game. Bowling coaches Kim Terrell-Kearney and Bryan O’Keefe discuss the basic things you should consider when being fitted, including hand size, flexibility and finger strength.

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  • 9:18

    Probably the easiest adjustment that a bowler can make to their ball is changing the bowling ball surface. Coaches Kim Terrell-Kearney and Ken Yokobosky discuss how the surface of a bowling ball accounts for the majority of that ball’s reaction. Don’t waste time and money plugging and re-drilling your bowling balls. Watch this video to learn how this quick and

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