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This video does a deep dive on layouts for drilling asymmertical bowling balls. We also discuss how to match up drilling asymmetrical vs symmetrical balls.
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  1. I’ve been trying to get my dad to understand why he isn’t getting the same reaction from his Blck Widow as he does his symmetrical ball. Hopefully this will help

  2. Hi Ron, could you elaborate on the speed part of the bowler specs? What speed is referred to here? Is it off the hand speed or average speed (it is a difference of some 15% to my knowledge and varies with the pattern on the lane)? How much of a difference does the speed change make on the layout itself? Does it need to be a 3-4Mph difference, or even a 1Mph change causes the layout to be different?

    1. Ball speed should be measured off the hand to be as accurate as possible. That helps to eliminate other variables like the lane and friction.

  3. any info on bowling with a pinky and ring finger grip? started experimenting but wondering what info is out there?

  4. Please do another one of these videos that cover layouts for bowlers with lower ball speed, as an example 13.5-14.5mph. My experience is that when throwing a ball in this speed range the ball motion is substantially different than one might see if you throw the ball at 17.5 mph. Thanks and keep up the good work.

  5. could you please explain about traction ball layouts: you start 10 x 3 3/8 x 60 (9:24) then you jump to 45 x 3 3/8 x 60 (9:31)

  6. Forgive me if I missed it during your presentation but do you have a link to other videos on how to determine my specs? Thanks for sharing this video and may I suggest to please release more like it. Well done.

  7. cool video – one suggestion to your voice recording though, use a pop filter on the microphone. it will help with some of the harsh moments on the microphone and i had to play with my volume a few times throughout the video.

  8. You need to use slow motion ball rolling models to demonstrate roll, migration, and hook. Thank you for a fine presentation.

  9. I’ve been trying to find a new undrilled #15 Track 503C, but there don’t seem to be any available. Is the Roto Grip Nuclear Cell my best option in a currently manufactured ball?

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