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Have you guys ever bowled on some wet Lanes, some heavy oil conditions? Well, these are my three best bowling balls that I use on those Lane conditions to improve my score and to shoot a million three hundreds.
So we're going to start with the ball that I actually have drilled the most of I've drilled six of these, and it is the one so for me we're going to call it the six, the RG and all that facts up here.
Thank you, as you can see it hooks too much too much sauce this one's not on I, didn't I, didn't turn the camera on and we're back.
I thought I didn't hit on um.
This is Paul symmetric or asymmetric.
It's going to be an asymmetric ball.
It doesn't come out of the box.
I have hit some with some service to make them really at the top end of my bag.
So I could throw all of these on this house shot as well as some of the sport shots with some really heavy conditions where you're struggling to get your ball to hook.
Oh, so that's definitely something that you might see on the house shot just because these are at the upper end of my bag.
They're, not going to retain a lot of energy down Lane, so you're going to see me rotating it a little more than usual.
It's just my standard little weaker layout, it's gonna a five inch pin for me for house shots.
This one is definitely going to be game one and really paying attention to game two or even the back couple frames of game one paying attention.
Is it really hooking down lane or is it kind of dying and looking like it's going to leave the seven pin or leave a corner? Pin it that's ridiculous.
This is why bowling sucks, I'm kidding I love, both I literally love them only two handers about that hit that came across at 100 miles an hour but I'm.
Looking for a hit like that, that's a that would have been a lucky break if it struck.
It was a flat seven, so I'm, looking maybe I'm gonna move two off that rotate a little more and see what happens and once those once those moves of trying to get my ball to hook more down, Lane doesn't work, then I'm, looking to switch balls and I'll show you guys what balls up next right after the shot, you saw me move in slow down and rotate it a lot more to get that back in reaction.
I'll throw one more just like that to see if it continues to hook down lane and then I'm going to switch to a little quicker, but still really big bowling ball.
It's what we call a combo move.
That's the pro move in slow down.
Add a little bit of rotation money.
Now next ball up once that one starts hitting a little flat, I'm staying asymmetrical, I'm, going really bright.
With this brutal Collision a slightly stronger layout, a little lower of a pin, this one's even a little slower than the one I might say it's not as responsive in the back end of the lane.
However, it definitely doesn't pick up quite as early as the one.
So not only is it a slight amount weaker, but it's also a little bit smoother in the back end of the lane.
This is going to be much like that other one.
It's going to be that game, one game, one and a half piece before a flat, seven, where I might need to start moving away from it and looking at maybe a quicker boat, and if you guys want to help us out, don't be afraid, like this video send us a comment down below and most importantly, if you like a lot of the videos, we do don't be afraid.
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So when you guys Bowl, either a league or tournaments in a newer Center kind of like this one, where the surface is pretty new and it doesn't have a lot of games, not a lot of wear and tear these balls are definitely going to be the ones that are going to come into play, maybe even deeper than a game um, and because this one is weaker, I'm, definitely able to play I'm standing four left of where I finish with the one.
My ball speed is higher, but I'm definitely standing a little further left able to play a straighter.
I know you guys are gonna blast me in the comments, but this is a straighter angle.
With this ball, smooth balls trip, six sharp balls, six, eight simple as I wrap this ball up and I go to a quicker ball.
I want you guys to.
Let me know what asymmetric ball.
Do you guys have in your bag right now, whether it's League tournaments, whether you just bowl once a week? And it's your only ball? Let me know what ball is kind of at the top of your bag, because these three are at the top of mine, beautiful I feel like I could strike with that ball from that Angle.
Now the next ball up, as promised earlier, the Columbia 300 Cuda, the other two were a little shinier for me, throwing them this one's almost brand new.
It's going to be a symmetrical ball with a pin, almost identical to that of the brutal Collision.
This one's going to definitely be a snappier shape or a more continuous shape down Lane, where I think if I was going to move all the way right on the lane and really open the lanes up out of these three balls, this one will be the one that would continue the most down Lane and keep trying to strike once I start flat sevening.
So if I flat, seven with those two I'm coming to a ball like this Columbia 300 code, this one better, not flat.
Seven after that speech, I came foreign.
The other two have like a lane shine on them.
This one definitely has surface on it or just the original out of box surface still, I, don't know everyone keeps telling me this ball is sick.
I was going to try and incorporate it in my Arsenal, and this is my way of testing it out.
So I moved with the brutal Collision I was playing pretty straight with the one.
I was kind of deep, and this one I've moved right same spot as I finished off with the one throwing it slower, getting my hand around it and I'm gonna throw this one, even slower, to see if it still comes back, I'm going to go two and one a little slower ball speed and see if it still hooks foreign Collision.
The best of the three ball reactions.
You've had yeah I I, also like the brutal collection, the best of the three, because these the one and this Coda definitely are trying to seven pin from that deeper angle and I really think that's just a characteristic of the house.
This house likes to play hard and straight so actually, I'm gonna, try that Cuda.
Now, from that brutal Collision angle, harder straighter a little more up the back release, how does that not strike that one hooked a lot? But that was exactly what I expected because, like I said that one's going to be like the quickest or the sharpest, most continuous down, Lane so playing from a straighter angle, where there's no oil, it's obviously going to jerk off that spot.
It's going to jerk off that spot and make a hard motion not to the pocket.
You can leave that in so I'm gonna move I'm, gonna move four to the right, because, obviously, where I threw the Collision was not the answer.
So I'm gonna go four right! Keep the speed fast! That's close! That's close um! So now, because it has some surface, I am going to Loft it a little bit, which is my like pro league move that I do every game three of League I like that shape a little more than when I laid it down.
I'm just going to slow the speed down a little bit to try and get it to pick up earlier, but still not as early as when I was laying it down.
This is like the league move.
I do every single week.
This brought my game three average up from 215 last year to 2 30 this year.
When people go to League, they might not think oh I need to play Lane's front to back they're like oh they're, hooking I'm going to move in but like I did earlier, with the one when I move in I had to slow down to get it to continue continually make the right shape.
So I want to know.
What's your like natural move, when you guys Temp and do you move in, do you move right? Do you throw it harder slower? What do you guys normally do if you like, leave a corner, pin? What's your move, because mine would be to move in a little bit and slow the speed down, and if that didn't work, I would Loft it.
Foreign I mean that's exactly what I wanted to do.
I created a little more downline angle and now I'm just going to move in too so I seven pin and then I moved in and I eight pinned and now I'm going to keep moving in off that a pin, because I love down Lane motion of the three.
That is the worst ball reaction to me: yeah because of the three out of gray when you're laying it down quick, the ball's too early yeah, and then, when you get it out there with a little more speed a little more Loft.
The ball's too sharp I would probably choose this one.
After I move to and I'm going to show you I'm gonna, move two and then I'm a three bagger real quick, and that is like ideal motion for me, but like to your eyes that looks like probably too much effort.
You have the talent to make those adjustments.
It's a lot of professional bowlers do yeah, but especially a Lee.
If you can pick up a ball and and go back to your base and have a better ball reaction.
Yeah brutal Collision was like normally I like to throw it a little harder.
Keep it a little straighter.
Don't rip me in the comments.
Please keep it a little straighter, even though I'm throwing it hooking it, but that would be like the most natural release.
Natural ball motion for me, where I wouldn't have to Loft it and throw it slower and make sure I get the right hand at the bottom.
All that stuff, like this one and the one I had to trick a little bit.
The brutal Collision was like natural game, go, throw it hits the pocket and Strikes every time a pen.
This is my favorite ball reaction.
Obviously that's not the ball for right now.
It needs more oil on the land all right, so that was my little Spiel on the three best balls for some heavy or some wet oil conditions where these ones are going to come into play and they're going to come out of my bag that one it's going to be first ball out the bag that brutal Collision allows me to play my natural game and that Coda needs a little more oil than is out right here and probably a sport shot if I had to guess.
But for you guys, it's probably going to come into play.
Definitely with more of your natural game, where my rev rate kind of takes over and makes that ball break loose down Lane.
So for you guys, let me know again down below in the comments what ball either you have currently at the top of your bag or what ball you're looking forward to getting to next and until the next one.
Thank you guys for watching.
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You guys on the next one peace, foreign.
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Solid reactive coverstocks typically provide a higher coefficient of friction than pearl coverstocks. Because of more surface friction, solid reactive balls tend to hook sooner than pearl reactive balls and also experience a reduction of energy as they travel down the lane compared to pearl reactive coverstock balls.Which type of bowling ball would typically produce the least hook? ›
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The Pro Tip
Professional bowlers throw the heaviest ball that they can easily and consistently maneuver. For female professional bowlers, they usually choose a 14-pound ball, and for male pros, they choose a 15-pound bowling ball.
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- Weight. A bowling ball should feel heavy, but shouldn't be a struggle to hold one handed. ...
- Holes. It should go without saying, but if a ball has finger holes that are too snug or too loose, it can ruin your game (and hurt your fingers too).
- Hand span. ...
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Plastic. Plastic is a good option for beginner bowlers because it is a very smooth surface that offers little friction compared to the other bowling balls. It has a lower chance of hooking which makes it easier for newcomers to bowl with as well as those who are trying to shoot spares.
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Keeping your wrist and arm straight through your whole motion helps with this. Beginners frequently allow their elbows to swing side-to-side – a good way to end up with the dreaded gutter ball. Maintain a straight position with your arm and wrist and release the ball as it passes your foot.How do you face fast bowling without fear? ›
Keep your head still and watch the ball at all times.
Don't be afraid of the ball. If you keep your eyes on the ball, anticipate its trajectory, and stay ready to react, you're less likely to get hit. Watch the line and length of the bowler's delivery, and your instincts will help you decide which shot to play.
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Asymmetrical balls have an aerodynamic design that causes them to hook more than symmetrical balls. This can make them more difficult to control, but it also makes them more effective at hitting the pins.When should you use a hybrid bowling ball? ›
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Generally, if your ball rolls or hooks too soon due to dry lane conditions, then adjusting the positioning of your feet on the approach and your sighting target on the lane toward the center of the lane to compensate for the early hook motion is a dependable adjustment.Is it better to bowl with a lighter or heavier ball? ›
A bowling ball should weigh 10 percent of your body weight (up to 16 pounds), which means you really shouldn't be grabbing, say, an 8-pound ball if you weigh 150 pounds. You want some weight to the ball, but it shouldn't be so heavy that it's uncomfortable.
Bowling ball weights max out at 16 pounds, and most serious bowlers use balls in the 13-15 pound range.What weight bowling ball should a 70 year old man use? ›
In general, the rule of thumb for choosing a weight for your bowling ball is to go with one that is about 10% of your body weight. Since the highest weight is usually 16 pounds, any person that weighs over 160 pounds should look towards a 16-pound ball.Does cleaning a bowling ball make it hook more? ›
Cleaning your bowling ball is absolutely necessary. Reactive balls absorb oil, and a ball saturated with oil won't get enough friction to hook.Can you bowl a 300 throwing straight? ›
Learning to bowl a hook is also a good idea, as the angle to the pocket helps greatly in striking consistently. This is not required, however, as 300 games have been thrown by bowler who throw a straight ball.Should I look at the pins when bowling? ›
Top Tip #2: Don't Look At The Pins!
Skilled bowlers do not look at the pins as they throw the ball towards them. Next time you're on the lanes, have a quick look at the lane before you start bowling. You'll notice a row of arrows, approximately half-way down the lane.
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Improves muscle tone and strength.
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Storing your ball safely
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Throwing, commonly referred to as chucking, is an illegal bowling action in the sport of cricket. This occurs when a bowler straightens the bowling arm when delivering the ball.How to easily get 200 in bowling? ›
A 200 game score may be accomplished by bowling only two strikes during an entire game. If a bowler gets all nine pin counts and one "double" (two consecutive strikes) during the first eleven frames, then a 200 will be reached. This is a guaranteed way of rolling a 200 plus score.How do people get 300 in bowling? ›
In bowling games that use 10 pins, such as ten-pin bowling, candlepin bowling, and duckpin bowling, the highest possible score is 300, achieved by bowling 12 strikes in a row in a traditional single game: one strike in each of the first nine frames, and three more in the tenth frame.How do you keep your thumb straight in a bowling ball? ›
One key in accomplishing this task is to use the same amount of gripping pressure with your thumb every delivery you make. Although you may use slightly more grip pressure with your fingers than thumb, do so consistently so your hand leaves the ball as close to the same time each shot.Why do I keep bowling down leg side? ›
"The two main reasons, apart from fitness, for balls drifting down leg is because of a lazy leading arm and a head that falls away to the off side in the delivery. It is usually brought on by exhaustion or “trying too hard. "Explain to the youngster that consistency as a bowler is key.How do you hit strike every time in bowling? ›
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Bowling shoes protect the lanes
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Weaker or Cleaner Bowling Ball
Conversely, weak or cleaner bowling balls have a shiny coverstock and skid more through the front part of the lane storing up its energy for more side-to-side motion down lane.
Unlike normal bowling balls which are covered in polyurethane or dense plastic, reactive balls are coated with a layer of grippy resin. This increases the ball's traction on the lane and gives the bowler more control over the speed and angle of the throw X Research source .What is a speed dominant bowler? ›
As J Anderson said Speed dominant is referring to your (Off the hand) ball speed higher relative to your balls rev rate. Knowing whether your "Speed" or "Rev" dominant is one bit of info used that can help in determining a layout for a ball. This is a widely used chart to see if someone is "Matched" or not.What is flare potential in bowling? ›
A bowling ball's flare potential is the maximum amount of track migration from the axis at release to the axis at impact. In other words, the more flare potential a ball has, the more hook potential.Is it OK to leave bowling balls in the cold? ›
Bowling balls should always be stored at room temperature or warmer. Storing them at cooler temperatures can affect performance, causing it to hook too early or too late. Keeping your ball warm before a game will help it reach its full potential.