Bowling Basics

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Prentice-Hall, 1984 - Bowling - 48 pages
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An introduction to the techniques, rules, equipment and competitions of bowling.

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Contents

A Short History of Bowling
5
Personalizing Your Game
12
The Approach and Delivery
21
Copyright

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1-2 for lefties 2nd Step 3rd Step almost impossible split American Bowling Alliance American Bowling Congress angle approach arrows Backswing balance arm ball hitting full ball release ball will hook basic better bowlers beyond the foul BILL TAYLOR bowl under pressure bowling arm Bowling ball drilling bowling ball surfaces bowling center Bowling Congress BOWLING LINE BOWLING Bowling pins Bowling Writers competition curve ball DAVE DAVIS DELIVERY STANCE 1st don't DOTTY FOTHERGILL double strike driller EARL ANTHONY equipment feet finger holes fingertip grip five-step football foul line four-step delivery frame headpin hook ball important inches International Bowl junior bowler keep score kegle kegler key pin knock all ten lane league left foot lefties leg in step lift MIKE DURBIN nonbowling hand number of pins ooo 7*10 Split OOOO pendulum PERFECT GAME perfect hit PIN BOWLING pin is down pin spots pinfall pins knocked down play plus the number pocket point of ball point of release practice Professional Bowlers Push the ball Pushaway reaching foul line relax relaxing your leg right-handed roll rules semi-fingertip semi-fingertip grip shoes shoot spares shoulder since most leagues slide and follow span spare is standing spare leave Spare OO Split O O sport SPOT AND PIN spot bowling STANCE 1st Step start STEP DELIVERY STANCE step three straight straight ball strike strike pocket strike zone strikes a game swing swinging ball target ten frames ten pins down three strikes thumb hole thumb position top pro tourna tournament Trial-and-error Turkey type of lanes types of bowling Walk tall weight WIBC wood YABA you're you're rolling poorly Young American Bowling young bowlers youth bowling

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