One of the most important aspects of a bowler’s game is the release. There are many different releases that can be used depending on the situation you may be in. Bowling coach Lou Marquez discusses the importance of variation in a bowler’s release with Rod Ross. Watch as Marquez demonstrates wrist positioning and how it can affect rotation in the release. Practicing different releases, and knowing when to use them, is key to improving your game.
Who says left-handed bowlers have it easy? Just because they use different parts of the lane to reach the pocket doesn’t mean that left-handed bowlers have it easy. However, while their end goal is the same as right-handed bowlers, left-handed bowlers do have to look out for separate aspects on the lane in order to…Watch Now >>
The long lane oil pattern is generally the most difficult lane condition to play, especially when the oil is in transition. For most bowlers, the trouble with a long lane oil pattern lies in navigating the roll and skid with proper ball motion. Shape your shot according to the conditions, and you give yourself a…Watch Now >>
Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss the Rule of 31, which is used for finding the bowling breakpoint on a lane at any moment during a game. Finding the breakpoint also requires an understanding of the oil pattern and a close inspection of the changing conditions as time goes on throughout a game.Watch Now >>
The bowling release is one of the most crucial aspects of the game. Rod Ross talks about some of the ways you can practice your release from the comfort of your own home. Watch Rod and Bryan O’Keefe demonstrate how a softball and football can be used to practice the rotation in your release.Watch Now >>