Probably the easiest adjustment that a bowler can make to their ball is changing the bowling ball surface. Coaches Kim Terrell-Kearney and Ken Yokobosky discuss how the surface of a bowling ball accounts for the majority of that ball’s reaction. Don’t waste time and money plugging and re-drilling your bowling balls. Watch this video to learn how this quick and easy fix may be just what you need to get your ball to react differently on the lane.
Bowling coaches Karen Pullman and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss how where you track on the bowling ball affects ball drilling. Your track tells the ball driller how the ball is being thrown and gives them a better idea on how it should be drilled to react in a proper way.Watch Now >>
Bowling hall of famer Aleta Sill is joined by coaches Michelle Mullen and Rod Ross discuss the proper way to use of bowlers tape to make sure your ball has the right fit. Bowlers tape is used to adjust the size of your gripping holes so you can achieve a light grip pressure. A lighter gripWatch Now >>
How do you choose the right bowling ball? Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Mike Nyitray explain energy management and how to choose a ball that fits your style. Learn about the different surfaces used on a bowling ball, and how to correctly manage its energy. These tips will help get the right bowling ball inWatch Now >>