The Basics Of Footwork In Bowling

Great bowling isn’t just about the body movements and arm swing – it’s also about the footwork, perhaps even more so because it’s a significant factor in your drive. Indeed, getting your arm swing and…

Strengthen Your Wrists For Bowling

It’s in the wrist. We usually hear these words when we have issues with our throw and these words are true enough, especially if you have weak wrists. Fortunately, you can strengthen your wrists and i…

Tips For Increasing Your Bowling Average

Every bowler should ideally improve their game every chance he or she gets.  After all, bowling can bring financial benefits that can make life better, such as when you’re a consistent winner at leagu…

Fixing Your Drifting On The Approach

Do you feel that you can’t repeat shots even when you have tried nearly everything? Perhaps, you’re drifting on the approach! Here are a few things that you should consider if you are, indeed, driftin…

Playing On A House Oil Pattern

The house oil pattern refers to the standard oil pattern found in bowling centers. While the oil pattern will slightly differ between Red Rock and Main Event, for example, these have a common pattern:…

Getting Toddlers Started On Bowling

Many bowling alleys, such as Red Rock, welcomes kids as young as three years old to play the game. Parents, especially those who are into bowling themselves, encourage their children to become active …

Of Range Finders, Arrows And Angles

Most bowling alleys, such as Brunswick, have markings on the lane known as range finders and arrows. These markings aren’t there for decorative purposes only – these are used to zero in on your target…

Bowling A Hook Correctly

Beginner bowlers should master the hook shot, a technique where the ball curves in its path down the lane instead of rolling down in a straight path (i.e., a straight shot). The hook shot, after all, …