In today’s game, the grip is more important than ever before. Learn from bowling coach Del Warren about a base bowling ball fit and some items that may help you to diagnose your own grip and/or identify issues to take to your local pro shop. It is important to periodically check your grip while your hand is still growing. Improve your grip, improve your game.
Have you ever known you’re going to strike, just by the way the bowling ball felt coming off your hand? If you haven’t felt this lately, it’s time to get your fit looked at by a pro shop operator. Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop gives out some helpful tips to get the…Watch Now >>
Having the right tool for the job is important for anything we do in life. In bowling, being prepared for whatever can happen requires the right bowling equipment. Gold Coach and Bowler Development Lead at Bowlersmart Richard Shockley and scholarship recipient at Midland University, Hannah Triske, discuss the array of bowling accessories and bowling equipment…Watch Now >>
Today’s modern game has completely changed the way we approach bowling. So, how do we define the modern game? Coaches Erik Vermilyea with Track, and Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, will explain the evolution and how it impacts your bowling ball fit. The easiest way to classify the game is with the…Watch Now >>
Similar to your skin, the surface of a bowling ball has pores that need to breathe in order to get the proper reaction on the lane. Each time you throw a bowling ball your ball picks up oil, dirt and dust that clogs the pores and neutralizes its ability to grip the lane. That’s why it’s essential to know how to clean a bowling ball so your equipment performs at its best, all of the time.
Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, demonstrates how to remove oil from shiny and dull bowling balls.Watch Now >>