Changes in a ball’s surface can make for drastic changes on the lanes. Using E.A.R.L., or Enhanced Automated Robotic Launcher, Rod Ross and Bryan O’Keefe demonstrate just how surface texture affects the performance of a bowling ball. Watch how fine tuning the surface of a ball can give you the motion that you are looking for through the pins.
Coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney talk about managing your bowling ball arsenal and teach you why it is more important to pay attention to the surface of the ball and the lane compared to the core of the ball. Examples include showing the minimal difference between a pin-up and pin-down ball and how altering…Watch Now >>
Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bill Spigner talk about grip pressure in this bowling video. Learn how to bowl with a free swing as well as how to re-grip your bowling ball during your swing. Take a good look at the many demonstrations of this helpful bowling technique. Find out how you can use tape to help…Watch Now >>
Most of the time when bowlers make changes to their bowling ball if they don’t feel entirely comfortable with its reaction, they ask their pro shop to re-drill the holes and adjust pin placement. But, today we’ll learn that it may be simpler and more effective to adjust the ball’s surface than to fiddle with…Watch Now >>