Which Are Your Best Three Bowling Adjustments To Match Lane Conditions?
By: bowlingball.com, Originally Posted: 5/12/17, Updated: 10/23/2021
bowlingball.com continues our series of Editorial articles to express opinions about the bowling industry. This article asks which are your best three bowling adjustments to match lane conditions?
Because this site provides ongoing and periodic editorial bowling articles, we thought it would be fun to learn which adjustments you rely on most to match with the lane conditions?
Each bowler has some idea of what they do best to compensate for changes in oil patterns as their competitive sessions progress.
Here are ideas which may lead you to commenting:
Do you rank positioning adjustments on the approach and aim point adjustments as your best combination when lane conditions change?
Are positioning adjustments your preference before changing bowling ball speed?
Do you change your loft distance beyond the foul line to vary ball skid distance?
Is your top adjustment a slight change in your release technique?
How would you rank your favorite three adjustments which have served you well in the past?
Perhaps you prefer to change bowling balls before angle of attack adjustments?
Do you rely on using a variety of bowling ball drilling layouts to provide the ball reaction you seek?
Do you trust your bowling ball reaction to lead you to decisions how and when you must make adjustments?
How do you know if the lane condition causes a poor ball reaction or if you simply made a less than desireable shot?
You need not address each of these questions or ideas provided above.
We would, however, love to learn your thoughts about your best adjustment strategies you trust most in competition.
We would very much appreciate your comments. Kindly place your comment in our blog section immediately below this article. We thank you in advance for your participation and we look forward to reading your comments.
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