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.
Using bowlers tape contributes to a proper fit, which is crucial to executing and repeating shots. Coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney explain the importance of bowlers tape in today’s game. Bowlers tape will help to compensate for changes in your hand over the course of a day to provide you with a clean and consistent release.Watch Now >>
With today’s market, it can be difficult for a bowler to put together a left handed arsenal. Rod Ross demonstrates different ball shapes and distances of a left handed arsenal. If you’re left handed and playing in today’s game, watch this video to learn about different bowling ball types and what you need in terms…Watch Now >>
Wondering how to fit it in to your game? Chris Barnes explains his process for adding new bowling balls to his arsenal. He looks at the following: finished surface, core numbers, and what kind of holes he has in his current arsenal. Bowlers should be looking for different types of bowling balls to complete their…Watch Now >>
Bowling coaches Lou Marquez and Stephen Padilla increase our understanding of bowling ball motion and provide pointers on how to make your game stronger. Observation of your ball as it reacts to the different phases of the lane will allow you to make adjustments to your game.Watch Now >>