Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney analyze three shots from four separate bowlers, and then provide tips for bowling that will assist you in determining where you should start with your feet and eyes on the lane. They look at players with higher, medium and slower speeds and discuss how they each might vary their approaches, angles and break points based on the speed of their ball.
Nobody likes shooting corner pins, but if you practice enough, you can take the fear out of shooting them. USBC Hall of Famer Carolyn Dorin-Ballard teaches you about a practice game called Low Ball, where competitors attempt to knock down the fewest pins possible each frame by aiming for the corner pins.Watch Now >>
Every bowler’s game is different, so it is important to understand how body angles affect a proper bowling release and, ultimately, how many pins you knock down. Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney diagnose the swing styles and rev rates of three bowlers to teach you how to further adjust your body angles during your…Watch Now >>