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12 Comments on “3 Bowling Tips for Beginner Bowlers. How to Improve Fast!”
Thanks and thanks for watching our videos! Good luck on the lanes!!
I don’t think you need a certified coach. I’ve never had a coach. Would they help. Yes. But anyone that can give you pointers to work on.
You’re right, there is lots of advice to be heard from other bowlers, some of which is accurate. Thanks for watching and good luck in the lanes!!
Great tips Coach! And thank you for #2…I was coached when I first started, and now I’m a Silver Coach, and I can say without a doubt, that makes a huge difference.
I’m a pretty experienced bowler but I never thought of the third tip, good stuff!
I might actually join the membership because I am struggling like crazy right now.
3rd tip kinda makes you lift the ball though, which is not a modern release.
If this drill is done correctly, it’s purpose is to have the thumb exit quickly to then rotate the ball without the thumb in it. Notice the ball doesn’t go up and leave the lane which would be a result of lifting. Thanks for your comment and thanks for watching!
@InsideBowling Thanks for the video !
Great tips…where’s link for coaching?