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Bowling For Cash

Throughout the history of our sport, action bowling has fascinated highly skilled players because it means bowling for cash.

Usually, action bowling means heads-up bowling matches directly against an opponent.

The winner gets the cash and the loser gets nothing.

If you wish to succeed as a competitive bowler, then learn to bowl for money. You can bowl for as little as $.25 per game and feel pressure, even against familiar teammates or bowling friends.

Bowl some action for cash, even it it means only for very small amounts of money or perhaps even for bragging rights.

The more familiar you become to handling the pressure bowling for money will lead to success in heads-up matches or in tournament events where prize monies are paid.

Heads-up, or action bowling, involves your mental and a physical game skills. Because of the pressure brought about by gambling for cash based on your bowler performances, you stand to develop a means of overcoming pressure and thereby perform well when it matters most.

Positive results when bowling for money doesn’t just happen by chance.

You must prepare your physical game and you must develop mental discipline to allow yourself to perform to your capabilities when the money is on the line.

It is surprising how often bowlers have a change in attitude when money is involved. Some players rise to the occasion while others do not.

Stay in the moment when bowling for money. Focus on making one good shot at a time and on executing your best deliveries each shot you make.

Sheer powers of determination can help overcome physical game shortfalls. Strong willpower and mental toughness are by products of determination.

Some days you win and some days you do not.


Remain composed during competition, steady your pulse rate the best you can, and never let your opponents see you panic.

Avoid overreacting emotionally so you do not risk harming your own game during close competition.

The good shots, the the bad shots, the breaks, and the “taps” all will happen. Bowling for money is cyclic.

Focus on making good shots, stay fiercely determined to win and let the fortunes of money bowling come your way.