Lane courtesy is another bowling rule that can be difficult to understand and may differ between leagues and tournaments. Many bowlers have questions on proper lane courtesy when it comes to a tournament setting. Bowling coaches Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss lane courtesy.
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We all deal with pressure, it’s part of being human, and it’s necessary for competition. What separates the average bowler from the greatest in the game is how they react in pressure situations. When the lights are bright and a prize is at stake, it’s the ones who handle their nerves and execute that getWatch Now >>
One of the best ways to become a more well-rounded and confident bowler is to test yourself in a team environment. Whether you form a two-man partnership or join a five-player group, you might find that team bowling can often be more exciting and a greater test of a bowler’s willpower than the solo game.Watch Now >>
Kim Terrell-Kearney and sports psychologist Dr. Dean Hinitz discuss the autographed bowling shot. An autographed shot is something unique to each bowler. The autographed shot may not be the perfect shot, but it is the one done to the best of your ability without overthinking.Watch Now >>