Why Do We Watch The PBA Tour Telecasts?
Publish Date: 11/4/15
bowlingball.com continues our series of Editorial articles to express opinions about the bowling industry. This article asks why do we watch the PBA Tour telecasts?
Because this site provides editorial bowling articles, we thought it would be fun to hear from our friends which are the main reasons any of you watch the PBA Tour on television?
We would like to know what aspects of the televised professional tournaments you enjoy the most and why?
Here is additional criteria to help you determine your response:
Do you watch pro bowling on TV because you like certain players and enjoy seeing them bowl matches in search of winning titles?
Do you watch bowling to see how the pro bowlers swing the ball or play the lanes?
Do you like to look or listen for tips which might help your game?
Do you prefer watching high scoring matches or low scoring matches due to extremely tough lane conditions the pro’s encounter?
What would you like to see done differently on the telecasts?
Would you like to know more about the bowling balls and drilling layouts the pro’s use or perhaps more about the actual lane conditions used on the telecasts and how they differ from conditions where you bowl most often?
If you could ask your favorite pro bowler a question, what might that question be?
We would like to read your comments about the PBA Tour Telecasts.
Kindly place your comment in our blog section immediately below this article and let us learn why you tune in to the pro bowling events and how often you do so?
We thank you in advance for your participation and are anxious to read your comments.