One of bowling’s greatest sources of frustration is the 10-pin. It’s typically the hardest single-pin spare to pick up, and it often remains standing after what seemed like a perfect strike ball. But your score will be badly hurt if you can not spare it.
In 2-handed bowling, you don’t only need ball rev but also speed to have more strikes and carry. This article will show you simple tips to adjust your bowling ball speed, especially for 2 handed players. Continue reading How to Bowl with the 2 Handed Style: Key to adjust ball speed? (Part 5)
In the previous part, we talked about how to aim and swing in 2 handed bowling. This time, I will help you complete your swing with 2 types of swing planes for happy rolling: Continue reading How to Bowl with the 2 Handed Style: Create Your Swing Plane (Part 3)
There are two types of bowling styles on earth at the time of speaking, 1-handed and 2-handed. The names have explained themselves. Most of the players in the world of bowling start with 1 hand because it can be seen as the conventional style. But, till recently, the 2 handed players have emerged as a powerhouse with dominant revolutions and carry.