Bryan O’Keefe and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discuss another way to become a more versatile bowler – bowling ball speed control. Watch as O’Keefe explains how bowlers can use a speed control drill to practice at home, and then demonstrates how to change bowling ball speed.
Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss one of the most important adjustments any bowler can make – the ability to change your ball speed. Watch as starting position and ball-height variations are demonstrated as the key to control speed in the release.Watch Now >>
Bowling coach Hank Boomershine provides tips on the importance of a ball’s positive access point (P.A.P.) and how to locate it. As a coach, understanding a player’s P.A.P. 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 >>
In competition, a short oil pattern requires a bowler to approach a game with a different strategy than they would if they were lining up on a longer pattern. The bowler must quickly adapt their game to suit the condition they’re about to face. To be prepared for any type of oil pattern, it’s important…Watch Now >>