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Being A Good Sportsman

Bowling is a competitive sport, both as individual players and as a teammate.  While obviously winning is the ultimate game, how you play the game and interact with teammates and opposing teammates goes a long way in your overall game, moral of your teammates and...

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Adjusting Your Bowling Targeting

Every decent bowler knows that the same methods and approaches will not work every time, every house and every lane is going to be different. A determined bowler will need to find bowling adjustments to make sure they keep their game up to par and...

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Conducting Effective Bowling Practice Drills

Practicing bowling drills is a great way to make improvements to your game. A good one should focus on one fundamental technique and should be easy to learn but hard to master. If you’ve been looking for something to reinvigorate your practice routine, then why...

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Tips for Picking Up a Spare

In a perfect world, every frame you bowled would be a strike. Unfortunately, physics has a way of getting between us and our fantasies, which means that you’ve got to learn how to pick up a spare if you want to score big. The following...

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Understanding the Bowling Scoring System

One of the biggest stumbling blocks for beginner bowlers seems to be the point system, and if you’ve ever seen a scorecard, you can probably guess why. The combination of numbers and symbols can seem overwhelming at first (especially if math wasn’t your subject in...

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