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shame on an IGA
Apr 8, 2005



What's the best resource for getting up to speed on modern approach techniques without being drowned in drilling minutiae? I just got my first ball ever drilled fingertip after a lifetime of playing house balls once every 6-8 months with a three step approach and may be somewhat lost.

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shame on an IGA
Apr 8, 2005



After watching the PBA Scorpion championship it looks like just about anything goes if you can train it to consistency.

:wtc: Brandon Novak

shame on an IGA
Apr 8, 2005



Hulebr00670065006e posted:

Well I'm also a lefty (that's bad too?). I'm not at a point where I'll get my own ball at the moment so I guess I'll have to start bowling without my thumb in a hole. Know of any resources I can check out before the next time so I might make less of a fool out of myself until I readjust?

If you bowl, at all, ever, it's worth it to get your own ball. I finally took the plunge saturday and went six games in a row, alone, with no discomfort beyond some next day muscle soreness. Usually I'd be thinking about cutting my arm off at the shoulder after 2 or 3 with breaks for other people to have their turns. It was entirely a comfort/quality of life decision for me instead of performance.

shame on an IGA
Apr 8, 2005



I rolled a game last weekend where every single frame was 9 - open.

This is Hell.

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