Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Fred Borden provide helpful tips and techniques for adjusting to ever-changing lane conditions. Learn about the five main adjustments and how to properly execute them.
Have you ever bowled poorly at a tournament? The shot is more challenging, the crowds are bigger, and the pressure to bowl your best is about as intense as it gets. Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, teaches you how to prepare for success before your next tournament. Talk to the Staff What…Watch Now >>
Coaches Rod Ross and Mike Nyitray explain the differences between throwing a bowling ball with a straight arm versus a bent elbow. Every bowler is different and can throw the ball in a way that best fits their style. As the game of bowling has evolved, more and more bowlers are adapting to a style…Watch Now >>
Ball motion changes as you change your lay down point on the lane. Watch this drill that teaches you to use the front of the lane as a way to define three different lay down points, and how adjusting those points can change your ball motion to help create a better ball reaction and higher…Watch Now >>
Bowlers know that ball reaction depends on lane conditions and oil patterns. When using the bowling loft, for example, we will approach it differently depending on oil patterns. Watch as three different loft distances are demonstrated, and how they alter the bowler’s ball reaction. When lanes are difficult, the loft is an important tool that…Watch Now >>