Bowling is a game played all over the world. It doesn't get the attention that the major sports do, but it's just as much fun. A sport, which is popular, but rarely gets talked about, is bowling. Bowling is played all over the world, but it's probably one of the most unappreciated sports in history.
One of the often overlooked elements of bowling is the ball that is used. Technique is important but picking a good ball is essential to bowling a great game. Without the proper ball you won't be bowling at your maximum potential.
Learning to become a great bowler is just a few steps away. Applying a few tips to your game can take you from gutter balls to strikes in no time. Lower body leverage and proper ball release are just some of the tips that need to be applied when trying to bowl a great game.
In most bowlers' quest to becoming the greatest in the world, they often overlook spares. Do you think the pros just think about bowling strikes? No they don't, they want to make strikes but they know they won't be bowling a strike in every single frame so they think about how to pick up spares too. When trying to bowl a 250 or 300 game, spares can't be overlooked.
There are little mistakes that bowlers face but they often don't know that they are mistakes. To become a great bowler the often overlooked mistakes must be addressed and fixed.
Most people don't know about the different ways of throwing the ball. They only know straight down the middle, but not about the hook ball which could be learned with a little practice.
For some reason, many people consider keeping score in bowling to be a nightmare and will do everything they can not to do it. The truth is, scoring in bowling is a lot easier than scoring in a bar. There are just a few simple rules that you have to learn. But, if you're still not up to it, with today's technology, you can have the alley do it for you.
If you've been bowling for a while, you probably already have your most hated shots. If not, this list contains what most pros and non pros alike consider to be the hardest shots in bowling.
If you're wondering what the most important thing to good bowling is, wonder no more. It's the release. We're going to review the 3 most common releases and the pros and cons of each.
Can't decide what bowling ball to get? Think they're all the same? Hopefully after reading this brief review of bowling balls you'll at least realize that all bowling balls are not the same.
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