Professionals vs Amatures | Shot Repeatability in Bowling | What to Focus on During Practice

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One Comment on “Professionals vs Amatures | Shot Repeatability in Bowling | What to Focus on During Practice”

  1. Try Shot repeatability under Disco Lights with no Lights on the Approach. I’ve tried that on my Mini Brunswick Bowling Alley and it’s quite hard especially my Wood Lanes doesn’t have marks such as Arrows and dots, combine with Disco Lights everywhere on the Lane. It will be the same thing in the real lanes even with arrows. But there’s no way I’ll ever bowl on Disco Lights cause my Local Center rarely do Disco Bowling since they haven’t plan any schedule yet.

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