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Don't Forget To Make Bowling Deposits In Your Spare Bank


One of the most important keys to achieving high scores, maintaining a high average, and excelling in competition is becoming a prolific spare shooter. Becoming a good spare shooter cannot be emphasized enough. As I will always say to any student of the game I encounter, don’t forget to make bowling deposits in your spare bank.

No question that bowlers typically pay greater attention to getting strikes than to converting spares. Truth be told, by becoming an excellent spare shooter, your ability to hit your target improves.

Knowing how to make effective spare adjustments enhances your knowledge of how your bowling ball will react crossing different parts of the lane.

If you understand more about spare alignment and adjustments, then your strike alignment and adjustment process also improves correspondingly. So, don’t forget to make bowling deposits in your spare bank.

We at bowlingball.com post many instructional articles in the "BowlVersity" section of the site. Without hesitation, we recommend you take pride in developing into a great spare shooter. Try not to miss routine spares by being careless or not bearing down and paying attention to making an accurate delivery.

Develop any spare conversion system you choose and practice shooting the spares using that system until it becomes second nature.


If you struggle converting the 10 pin, for example, then roll thirty consecutive deliveries toward the 10 pin on the practice lane.

Once you can convert a minimum of 27 or 30 ten pin spares, then your ability to convert all key pins in virtually any spare combination will improve.

Becoming a great “spare-master” is a super goal for any aspiring bowler looking to improve his or her average and skills in competition. Often, the difference between winning and losing is reducing the amount of open frames accomplished by converting routine spares.

Challenge yourself and become a quality spare shooter. Practice often and don’t simply push the reset button if you do not strike. Make sure you have a reliable ball which does not hook much that you can use for spares as needed. And, most importantly, don’t forget to make bowling deposits in your spare bank.

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