High scores always make you feel better when you are bowling even if there is no element of competition involved. The definition of a high score varies among people—what may be a high score for an amateur may be a low score for a professional bowler. This is why we created the following tips to help you improve your game.
Keep Your Swing Relaxed
To avoid slow and funny throws swing with less force. Every swing is unique, and the right amount of energy needs to be applied for maximum efficacy. Thus, you need to balance your swing, approach and positioning of the ball instead of just using brute force.
Run Your Race
Every bowler has a different speed when approaching the line. Some bowlers prefer to approach the line slowly whereas others prefer to dash to the line. If you prefer the slow approach, then it is best to hold the ball at the level of your chest.
On the other hand, if you like the fast approach, then holding the ball between your thigh and waist is the ideal position. So, know your speed first, then choose your ball position.
Use the Dots and Arrows
The little dots and arrows are not just part of the decoration; they can help you improve your technique. Instead of just aiming for the centre, you can use the following tricks to improve your swing.
- If you are a right-handed bowler aim for the second row to gauge the right swing for you.
- Move towards your failures. If you managed to hit the far-right pin, you can adjust it by moving right and still aiming for the same target.
- Be flexible. Every lane is different, and even similar lanes have different wax levels and humidity-so be open to correct your swing as you play.
The above tips are perfect for anyone that wants to win at bowling.