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 various pins while using the same target every time.
Coaches Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney talk about managing your bowling ball arsenal and teach you why it is more important to pay attention to the surface of the ball and the lane compared to the core of the ball. Examples include showing the minimal difference between a pin-up and pin-down ball and how altering…Watch Now >>
Knowing different releases for creating proper angles is one of the facets of bowling that separates a good player from a great one. Rod Ross and Kim Terrell-Kearney discuss some of the techniques that you easily can implement into your game to create a consistent release and increase your average. If you are able to…Watch Now >>
Team USA Head Coach Rod Ross and Assistant Head Coach Kim Terrell-Kearney teach you how to create a more consistent approach to the line. By using two strips of tape to lay out a guideline to your approach, this drill will help you draw the ball back in a straight line rather than pulling it…Watch Now >>
Many bowlers are looking to achieve a higher rev rate, or more RPMs. RPMs, or Revolutions per Minute, tell us how quickly the ball is rotating when going down the lane. Rod Ross and Bryan O’Keefe teach you more about RPMs and how they are measured. Watch as different shots with varying RPMs are demonstrated…Watch Now >>