Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Bryan O’Keefe show us some activities that we can do while practicing spare bowling and drills to help us become better spare shooters. Watch as O’Keefe demonstrates four different types of spare drills, doing each drill five times, that help the bowler become more comfortable with each activity.
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Nobody likes losing, but when you look back at your last performance, can you pinpoint why you lost? Missed spares are missed opportunities, and it’s crucial to develop a spare system that is uniquely yours that you can rely on. The key to spare bowling is keeping it simple and coach Erik Vermilyea with Track,Watch Now >>
Keeping it simple is the name of the game when shooting at left and right hand side spares. Silver level Coach Dan Triske will show you how to take the lane conditions out of play so when you leave those corner pins, you’ll increase your chance at success. The key to repeatability on your strikeWatch Now >>
If you’re ready to take your game to the next level, we have the insight and exercises you need to add to your training to improve technique and test your game in preparation for those clutch tournament moments. Whether you’re just learning to throw the ball or you’re looking to make the leap from enthusiastWatch Now >>
Bowling hall of famer Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discusses the 3-10, or the baby split. While it is not recommended for bowlers to go after every split, the 3-10 is a bit easier to make than most. Watch and learn how to make the 3-10 split by shooting at the 3 pin and deflecting the ball fromWatch Now >>