Hall of famer Carolyn Dorin-Ballard talks with bowlers and coaches to get them to share their methods for shooting spares. Simplicity is key. It is important to have two systems for spare shooting in order to be prepared for any type of situation.
Ask any competitive bowler out there what the most important ball in their bag is and you’ll hear over and over again, “my spare ball.” Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains the necessity of having a plastic bowling ball for spares in your bag and how it will help you increase your…Watch Now >>
Too many players focus on the strike ball and do not spend enough time practicing how to pick up spares. This can prevent improvement in their score. Coaches Rod Ross and Michelle Mullen outline three components to picking up that pesky corner pin. Watch this video to learn how angle, swing and ball reaction can help you pick…Watch Now >>
Bowling hall of famer Carolyn Dorin-Ballard discusses using the 3-6-9 spare system with a plastic ball, and why professionals tend to recommend using a plastic ball for picking up spares. A plastic ball doesn’t hook, so you can take the conditions out of the picture by using the 3-6-9 rule to simply adjust your line to…Watch Now >>