In today’s game, there is no such thing as completely flat bowling lanes. Bowling coaches Randy Stoughton and Carolyn Dorin-Ballard demonstrate the significant effect that lane topography has on ball motion. Whether you’re bowling a local tournament or going to the Open Championships, try to learn as much as possible about the bowling center you’re going to so that you can be better prepared.
Bowling coaches Rod Ross and Fred Borden teach you how to read the lane with a few tips and tricks. The first step is to read and watch your ball, since it will tell you how much oil is on the lane. It is important to connect and focus on what your ball is telling…Watch Now >>
Every bowler throws the ball slightly different, generating a rev rate, tilt and ball speed that is distinctly their own. Because of this, each individual bowler has to figure out how to create the proper ball motion for their unique stroke in order to be successful on any lane. Today, we take a look at…Watch Now >>
Rod Ross and Bryan O’Keefe show you an easy way to find your bowling ball PAP, otherwise known as your positive axis point (PAP). The PAP differs from bowler to bowler, so it is important to know yours and what it means in relation to the layout on your equipment.Watch Now >>
Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney present examples of different styles and entry angles in this video. Having the ball at the correct entry angle as it enters the pins gives you a better chance of striking. If you want to increase your strike percentage, this video is for you!Watch Now >>