Kim Terrell-Kearney and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard show how much you can learn from the bowlers around you. When you are participating in a tournament, or even practicing, you can learn from others on the lane. Make adjustments faster by watching where other competitors are playing and find out the benefits of scouting other teams before you bowl against them.
Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Fred Borden teach you how to read the lane with a few tips and tricks. The first step is to read and watch your ball, since it will tell you how much oil is on the lane. It is important to connect and focus on what your ball is tellingWatch Now >>
Bowling coach Kim Terrell-Kearney speaks with research engineer Emily Troutman about bowling lane surfaces and hardness. Not all lane surfaces are the same and can create different ball reactions. Troutman explains the differences in color, surface and hardness, and shows how lanes are tested. She also shows how a bowling ball leaves a footprint onWatch Now >>
Rod Ross and Bryan O’Keefe show you an easy way to find your bowling ball PAP, otherwise known as your positive axis point (PAP). The PAP differs from bowler to bowler, so it is important to know yours and what it means in relation to the layout on your equipment.Watch Now >>
Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bill Spigner express the benefits of using technology to help improve your bowling game. They also discuss how working with experienced bowling coaches can be beneficial even when you’re at the top of your bowling game. Find out what these bowling coaches have to say for improving your skills and knowledge ofWatch Now >>