The suggestions we have for five easy to accomplish steps are provided right here—so see if the following tips and see if they help your game!
See if you can get cheaper practice time from your bowling alley, if possible. Another way to get lots of high-pressure practice is by bowling in several leagues. This may also help your bowling skills and improve your overall game tremendously.
A couple things to remember to practice:
1) Choose the very best ball for you:
The ball you use will have a huge impact on your game: so once you find the kind of bowling ball that works best for you—you may want to purchase your own. A bowling ball that does not fit your fingers, that is too light or too heavy, or if it is not smooth enough, can really effect your game.
2) Focus on using a more controlled technique:
Nearly all pros use the 5-step approach. If it seems to difficult, amateurs use a 4-step training program to start. Perhaps you might want to change?
It is a very essential technique your game to remember to be smooth, with smaller steps.
3) Roll don’t throw:
Don't throw the bowling ball too hard. There should be a visible difference: the ball should not slide, but roll down the lane after you let go.
4) Try picking up single-pin spares:
5) Leaving single-pin spares:
a) Most importantly, you have aim directly for the head-pin You will likely get more strikes using this technique, too
b) Throw where the splits are, not down the middle. For example: Don’t throw a giant hook, believe me, a smaller hook is more easily controlled.
AUTHOR / BIO:
Anne Clarke writes numerous articles for websites on gardening, parenting, recreation, education and home decor. Her background includes teaching and gardening. For more of her articles about bowling and bowling balls, please visit Bowling Tips.