High Average Bowlers Can Improve
By: bowlingball.com, 9/20/16
High average bowlers can improve. Regardless of your experience and talents on the lanes, there are ways you can continue to better your game.
Here are some ways to improve your already top tier game:
*Step up your level of competition. Find events to bowl on challenging lane conditions you do not face routinely.
*Figure out how to improve your pin carry. Develop a good understanding of bowling ball equipment and how to keep your ball surfaces prepared to match with competitive oil patterns.
*Develop as good of an understanding of oil patterns as possible. Learn how the distance and cross lane ratio applications of lane conditioner affects your alignment and ball reaction.
*Fine tune your alignment and adjustments strategies. If you have several physical game adjustments at your disposal, prioritize them for use when facing changing lane conditions during competition.
*Use an organized practice plan and work on key aspects of your game. Keep the strongest parts of your physical game sharp and ready for use.
*Learn from unsuccessful performances. Identify what you can do to prevent a repeat poor performance.
*Work with your bowling instructor or mentor on a strategic time basis in preparation for tournaments or special competitive events.
*Improve your physical fitness routine.
*Establish a competitive schedule other than routine leagues. Find events which will test you against other top players and in greater numbers.
There is no shortcut in becoming a successful player. Use your skills against top level competition to measure how you stand with other regional or national top players. Avoid shying away from stiff competition but rather jump in and test the waters. Once you know what you are facing, you can set a new preparation path and work on what you feel is most needed to gear your game competitively.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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