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TIPS FROM THE CHAMPS AND THE BOWLING RECORD

Friday, November 25th, 2005

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How to Score in Bowling?

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005

Scoring is a simple matter. It is simply a case of mastering a few basic symbols and using ordinary addition to arrive at the total score. Here are some basic rules to follow: 1) A game consists of ten frames. Each box on your score-sheet represents one frame.2)The maximum number of balls rolled in each […]

Tips for the Advanced Bowler

Thursday, November 17th, 2005

Once you have mastered bowling’s fundamentals, you will find that there are many subtleties of the approach and delivery that still may be something of a mystery to you. Be heartened by the fact that even the most advanced bowling stars have scoring problems.Some of the most common of these are listed below: 1) ALLEY […]

Correcting Faults – for Perfect Shot

Monday, November 14th, 2005

My purpose in the preceding chapters has been to teach you to bowl properly. As I visit different bowling centers throughout the country, I’m afraid I see incorrect and faulty styles as often as I do proper ones.In this chapter I’ve tried to point out some of the most common faults. If any of these […]

Spares to be Shot From a Normal Strike Position

Wednesday, November 9th, 2005

1-3-6[left]and1-3-6-10 [right]{Picket Fence)Use your normal strike position, and come into the 1-3 pocket. 5-9 A good strike ball will make this easy. You will note the charts on the previous pages do not list some of the more difficult spares like the 7 10 split or the 4 6 7 10, the “big apple” as […]

Spares to be Shot From the Righthand Side of the Approach

Saturday, November 5th, 2005

Position yourself to the extreme right-hand side of the approach. Clause readies for the 10-pin. This is the proper foot position for making the 10-pin. 3-6-10 Hit the 3 6 pocket full. 6-10 The ball should hit both pins. 3-10 (Baby Split)Fit the ball in between. 3-5-6-9 Hit full in the 3 6 pocket, or […]

Concentrating on Spare Shooting

Sunday, October 30th, 2005

Today’s average bowler is more of a strike shooter than a spare shooter. He takes careful aim; he concentrates on the strike shot; but on spares he tends to get a little lax. This is a costly mistake. Spares are of prime importance, and should be granted as much, or more, concentration than the normal […]

Directing The Ball to Your Target

Tuesday, October 25th, 2005

How do you direct the ball into the 1-3 pocket? Well, to answer that question, let me explain the spot-bowling system of targeting the system I heartily advocate to all bowlers. Spot bowling is simply directing the ball so that it rolls over “spot” or directional guides on the lane in front of you and […]

The Hook Ball – For High Scores

Saturday, October 22nd, 2005

All the top professional stars in the country roll a sharp-breaking hook ball. Let me describe it for you: the ball starts out on almost a straight line toward the pins, but as it nears the pins, about two-thirds of the way down the lane, it breaks in sharply toward them. This is the kind […]

The Follow-Through Motion

Monday, October 17th, 2005

No matter what the sport, the follow-through is an all-important motion. It is just as important to the batter in baseball or the fielder as he throws the ball, as it is to the football player who kicks or passes. It is equally important in bowling. Following through in bowling simply means allowing your arm […]