ONE BIG REASON YOU LEAVE CORNER PINS | Bowling Ball Continuation Through The Pins and Why It Matters

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16 Comments on “ONE BIG REASON YOU LEAVE CORNER PINS | Bowling Ball Continuation Through The Pins and Why It Matters”

    1. ​@Joe Andersonimo changing ball is not the solution, you need to learn how your ball reacts, a have a duo since a month and a half, it is my first ball ever and truly o think is a beautiful ball now I know how to handle it.

  1. For the Summit ball, what kinds of adjustments should be made if you don’t have another ball to change to? I believe that there is consistently maybe a board difference between the 2 shots.

    1. Hi. Not trying to be funny but what do you mean by entry angle and what can you do as a bowler to make adjustments. I constantly leave the 10 pin. People say its ball speed, step up, back, but I’m interested in the entry angle. I appreciate any tips.

    2. @Kendell Wiggins The ideal entry angle is six degrees. They have proven with bowling robots that a ball which enters the pocket from a line drawn from the one board to the center of the five pin will produce strike after strike after strike. If you are leaving the ten pin, you need to pay attention to what the six pin is doing. Is it flying up and around the neck of the ten pin? Is it going in front of the ten pin? Your adjustment depends upon what the six pin is doing. Usually, bowlers are coming in behind the head pin when they leave the ten pin, but not always. What works for me in that case is moving two boards left and one shoe back.

  2. IT APPEARS THAT RON – IS LETTING HIS BALL WORK – AND HAS MORE OF AN ANGLE – THUS HITTING THE 1 – 2 POCKET PERFECTLY… – IT’S LIKE RON HAS A PIN DOWN ANGULAR MOTION… – NORTH-PAW IS BOWLING STRAIGHTER – FORCING THE BALL – PIN UP MOTION… – AND – RIDING THE ONE PIN TOO HIGH – MOVE LEFT – (2 BOARDS – BACK 4 INCHES) – AND – THROW THE SAME SHOT – THUS OPENING UP THE ANGLES – AND – LET HER RIP – REMEMBER THE OIL IS YOUR OPPONENT – A LOT OF TIME’S WE FORGET THAT… – SMH

  3. The shot at 1:25 is the perfect strike. Hitting 4 pins still leaves you with a chance of going stone 8 or 9 depending on righty or lefty. Plus splitting the 8-9 is so damn pleasing to watch.

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