What Is Duckpin Bowling

What is Duck Pin bowling? Well, duck pin bowling is similar to ten pin bowling, it’s primarily played on the east coast of the United States. Obviously it uses a different size pin and different size ball. The pin in duck pin bowling is only about 9 inches tall, 9.5 inches tall and about 4 inches in diameter. The bowling ball is about 5 inches More...

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Bowl a 300
By PeterSoto On Monday, January 22nd, 2018
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How to Bowl a 300

Bowl a 300 Let’s give you some of my personal tips on how to throw and complete the 300 game. I’ve had a number of 300 games and here’s what’s worked for me. First of all, you need to maintain More...

Pick Up a Spare
By PeterSoto On Monday, January 22nd, 2018
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How to Pick Up a Spare

Pick Up a Spare in Bowling My personal preference is, I use, I’m right-handed, I use the third arrow from the right as my target, my pivot point. When I have a pin, say ten pins, it’s far to the right, More...

By PeterSoto On Monday, January 22nd, 2018
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How to Buy Bowling Shoes

Bowling shoes come with varying styles and price ranges. For the casual bowler, you want to select a shoe that is comfortable, stylish, and cost effective. Now the casual bowler will select a shoe like this, that More...

By PeterSoto On Monday, January 22nd, 2018
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How to Find Your Strike Line

I’d like to demonstrate to you how to zero in and find your strike line. When you first come out to bowl after you’ve warmed up, take a spot on your approach where you start your feet, and get a target More...

By PeterSoto On Monday, January 22nd, 2018
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How to Bowl a Strike Using a Hook Ball

The purpose of throwing a bowling ball in a hooking, or curving motion, is to increase the entry angle into the pocket, in order to increase your strike percentage. The whole reason is, if you threw a straight ball, More...

By PeterSoto On Monday, January 22nd, 2018
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How to Pick a Bowling Ball

I’d like to talk to you today about bowling ball technology. Different cover stock materials and different core technology. To give you more information in order to make a more knowledgeable purchase the next More...

Bowl Cranker Style
By PeterSoto On Monday, January 22nd, 2018
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How to Bowl Cranker Style

Cranker Style Cranker style of bowling is a very powerful style. The bowler imparts a lot of revolutions on the ball and a lot of speed, and therefore a lot of hooks. When the bowler throws the ball, he will come More...

By PeterSoto On Sunday, January 21st, 2018
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How to Bowl Stroker Style

Stroker style of bowling is a little bit straighter style where the ball goes down a little farther before it goes into its roll and hook. It has a little less hook and fewer revolutions. When a stroker throws the More...

Bowl Spinner Style
By PeterSoto On Saturday, January 20th, 2018
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How to Bowl Spinner Style

Bowl Spinner Style Spinner style bowling is best suited for throwing on lanes that are very dry, because a spinner style ball hooks very little; mainly due to its low track, it’s almost spinning like a top, More...