What is Between Lateral Movement and Drift in Bowling? What is the difference and how to find it

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10 Comments on “What is Between Lateral Movement and Drift in Bowling? What is the difference and how to find it”

  1. A persons foot is wide, where are you considering the lineup point? Center of shoe? Inside/Outside edge?

    1. Usual reference is inside edge, thus, when he says “standing on 20” it means the above mentioned edge is barely touching board 19.

  2. I’m odd… I line up with my right big toe. Let’s say the 20… my big toe on my side foot/left slides on the 20

    1. I also line up with my right big toe. Never thought it was weird until I heard most people use their left😳

    2. I do the same but now that I’m thinking about it, if I were to line up with my left side (as a righty) my hips would stay straight more often with my focus being on that side… time to try it out!

  3. How do we fix the drift in order to stay consistent and become lateral. Thanks un advance for the reply

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