Archive for July, 2012
One important part of getting your bowling game right is wearing the right pair of bowling shoes. Although your technique and the type of bowling ball that you use are very important, a comfortable pair of bowling shoes can help you to improve your game even further.
First of all, it is important to find a pair of bowling shoes that fits well. If your bowling shoes are too tight, you will be uncomfortable during the whole game. If they are too big, you might find yourself tripping all over yourself when you are Read the rest of this entry »
Getting your ball to spin when rolling down the alley will increase your strike potential. Getting the ball into the pocket at just the right angle will send the pins the direction necessary to alleviate splits and knock out the corner pins. How you hold and release the ball will determine how well the ball hooks.
When you hold the ball, your arm should be at a 90 degree angle. Your palm should be facing up with the ball resting on Read the rest of this entry »
Most bowlers are always looking for ways to improve their game. Mastering the basics is a useful strategy to increase scores and improve averages. Mastering these five basic techniques will improve your average and with diligence get you what every bowler wants–a 300 game.
Practice makes perfect
You have to practice if you want to improve.
Evaluate your stance. Shoulders square, knees bent and holding the ball waist high will improve deliver.
Check to see how close you are to the foul line when you deliver the ball. Being about four inches from the foul line Read the rest of this entry »
The best bowlers of all time have been meticulously tracked by the PBA since its inception. These are some of the best bowlers of all time, all of which have won 30 or more titles in their lifetime.
1. Walter Ray Williams
Probably one of the most well-known bowlers is Walter Ray Williams. He won 42 titles in his lifetime. He is also a sportsman who plays horseshoes and chess professionally. He is still the champ in titles.
2. Earl Anthony
Earl Antony won 41 titles Read the rest of this entry »
Bowling is said to have started back with the ancient Egyptians according to some research while others give claim to the Germans in the early fourth century. Regardless of which findings you agree with, bowling has a long and rich history throughout the world.
A variation of bowling had become so popular amongst the English troops in the 1300′s that the king had to officially outlaw it just to get his men to train archery. By the time of King Read the rest of this entry »