Bowling Grips and Thumb Inserts | USBC Bowling Academy - 20 Years Online - Free Shipping Every Item Every Day

USBC Director Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and USBC Gold Coach Bill Monce teach you the differences between bowling grips and slugs. Find out what they are used for and learn the benefits of using bowling grips and/or bowling slugs. Also, learn more about the thumb hole and see what options you have regarding thumb inserts. Use these helpful tips to feel more comfortable with your bowling ball and quickly improve your game. - Your One Stop Pro Shop!

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7 Comments on “Bowling Grips and Thumb Inserts | USBC Bowling Academy”

  1. To each their own, but I prefer using tape inside my thumb-hole and I can put much tape in it or use less depending on temperature and climate change.

  2. prefer no grips now and one less expense and prevents squeezing for me. not for everyone. I only prefer it on new equipment as the epoxy plugging it too slippery if I wanted to plug the grip holes. I like just a slight bevel, slug at 0 degrees up/down and 1/8 left. Usually 1, 1 inch white tape on the front, another in the back if needed.

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