• 2:44

    Bowling’s House Shot

    When you bowl league or recreation, likely the oil pattern that is applied to the lane surface is a house shot. A house shot has a 10:1 oil volume ratio that includes a high volume of oil in the middle part of the lane (2nd arrow to 2nd arrow), and a very low volume of…

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  • 1:57

    How Does Oil Distance and Volume Impact Lane Play?

    Tournament conditions generally have a ratio of 3:1, meaning that there is three times the amount of oil in the middle than the outside part of the lane. The typical house shot is 10:1. The big difference is the room for error. When you miss to the outside on a house shot it will come…

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  • 1:47

    Two-Handed Bowling: Lay Down and Loft

    The two-handed game has a lot of options available when faced with changing lane conditions. In this premium video, Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains why loft is a valuable tool to have in the tool box for two-handed bowlers. Loft When bowling on a low oil volume pattern, also referred to…

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