Don’t Bowl with Finger Pain - Your One Stop Pro Shop!

Bowling shouldn’t hurt. Bowling through pain or injury limits your potential and can cause further injury and more pain. In this free video Scott Pohl, owner of On Track Pro Shop, explains multiple problem areas bowlers face when dealing with finger pain and provides answers on how to fix those problems.

🎳 Sign up for the free National Bowling Academy newsletter to find the latest bowling tips and techniques right in your inbox. - 20 Years Online - Free Shipping Every Item Every Day

Related Links

5 Comments on “Don’t Bowl with Finger Pain”

  1. My ball fits nice at the start of the first game but by the end of the second game I have trouble getting my fingers in the holes because they are a little swollen. I think I may need to have replacesable inserts like the turbo and switch them when that happens.

  2. If you cant get your thumb in the ball without getting your fingers in first your span is too long and do not bowl with it!!

  3. My middle finger first joint has soreness and stiffness.

    Is this a pitch – maybe too much forward causing the finger not to exit effortlessly?

    Or perhaps span?

    My ring finger on the right and near the nail I have callous. Obviously there is irritation as the finger exits.

    Maybe changing the location of the ring finger might help?

    Please share your thoughts.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *