• 1:38

    Spare Practice with a Full Rack

    More often than not, your local bowling center does not have the technology to set up spares for you to shoot at during your training sessions. In this free video lesson, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains how to play “The Spare Game” with a full rack of pins. How it Works…

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  • 1:28

    Shooting at Double Wood and the Bucket

    When two pins are stacked one in front of the other on a spare shot, it’s known as “double wood” in bowling. For right-handed bowlers, it is the 2-pin and 8-pin, and for left-handed bowlers, it’s the 3-pin and 9-pin. The “sleeper” in a “double wood” shot refers to the rear pin (that is, the…

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  • 1:55

    How to Make the Baby Split

    Splits in bowling convert at a lower percentage than single and multi-pin spares. Going for pin count and leaving the frame open is the best play when most splits are standing up in front of you. The exceptions are the 3-10 and 2-7, also known as baby splits. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner…

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  • 2:42

    Bowlers and Bowling Coaches

    Coaches are instrumental in a bowler’s success. A good bowling coach understands that everyone learns differently and can impart knowledge accordingly. Regardless of how you learn, you must be able to try new things and ditch the idea that your game may be negatively impacted. These areas of improvement that coaches work with you on…

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  • 1:41

    Practice Spares with “Low Ball”

    Let’s face it—in bowling we leave a lot of corner pins. Forget about the reason why for a second and concentrate solely on knocking out those corner pins at a higher percentage. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, walks through how to play “Low Ball,” a game designed to…

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