18 Comments on “How to Bowl More Strikes with the Same Bowling Ball.”

  1. I could have used the information from this video yesterday lol! Bowled with my Purple Pearl Hammer and last game of four it was pure 9 spares with a couple of strikes.

  2. I want to buy a new bowling ball since I can’t strike much anymore and I did that drill as well as move my feet! I can’t control my ball and my ball is old! I want the neculear cell bowling ball! Is that a good one to buy?

    1. Definitely look at getting a new ball, they “die” after too many games. I have a couple of older balls that have a lot of games on them. Ball reaction sucks now, used to be STRONG now they’re lame. I tried a friend’s new Storm Dark Code, because my c300 Chaos Black would not hook (and it’s a very similar shape, skid/flip) to the Dark Code. Same shot, hand position, revs and speed, and the Dark Code hooked a TON.

    2. @FrigginTommyNoble ya I bought a new bowling ball Nuclear cell and wow it HOOKS!! Major difference! Took me 2 months to figure out how to throw it to hit the pocket 🙂😃😄🙂

  3. That’s the way bowling used to be before all these overpriced cheater balls.It should be about how the bowler adjusts with hand positioning instead of changing balls.

  4. I definitely try to change lines/techniques/etc before I ball change. Sometimes though, I wait too long to ball change because I try to fight through it.

    1. Farris many times drifting on the approach can be a result of setting up too far laterally away from you you want to slide to play a certain line on the lane. If you drift to the right, you could be setting up too far to the left and if you drift left you could be setting up too far to the right. Here is a link to one of the videos we made about lining up to play different lines and shot shapes. Thanks for watching and I hope this helps! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7G303Qzo8C0

  5. how does the bowlers left foot stay pointing towards target at release. when i bowl my left rotates turns away from me and the ball is not close to my anke

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