Del Warren discusses his favorite drill press and the process for measuring/drilling ovals. Replication is key. Getting the thumb hole to feel the same for a customer across all of their bowling balls is very important, and having the proper tools to do so is crucial.
So you just got a new ball, and now it’s time to find your best stroke and discover your optimal bowling ball roll. Many pro shop managers will tell you that one of the simplest ways to identify whether you’re rolling the ball properly and getting the most out of your equipment is to place…Watch Now >>
Like other sports, technology has impacted the way we play the game today. Over the years, bowling has seen its fair share of changes. From the lane surface and the oil placed on the lane to bowling balls and bowling equipment, bowlers are always playing catch up with all of these advancements. The USBC Equipment…Watch Now >>
Today’s bowling oil patterns are the most complex bowlers have ever faced. Whether you’re tournament bowling or sport shot bowling, getting lined up can be difficult – especially when sport shot leagues and tournaments are choosing not to provide information on the oil pattern. Coach Erik Vermilyea with Track has developed a way for both…Watch Now >>
Bowling coach Hank Boomershine provides tips on the importance of a ball’s positive access point (PAP) and how to locate it. As a coach, understanding a player’s PAP helps them to understand what type of player they are dealing with, which in turn allows them to offer more individualized coaching instruction.Watch Now >>