Most bowlers in the 150-190 average range have developed strong basic skills but are hampered by one or two fundamental flaws that keep them from improving their game. Two-time PBA National Champion Mike Aulby and four-time tournament winner Dave Ferraro reveal their insider tips for analyzing and correcting common mistakes that prevent intermediate bowlers from rolling that coveted 200+ game:
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The PreShot Routine by Mike Auiby
The Approach by Mike Auiby
ShOOting Spares and SplitS by Dave Ferraro
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