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Bowling Tips For Beginners
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Bowling Tips For Beginners
Bowling is an ideal game for fun seekers and it is very easy to play as well. It is an age old game which is loved by both time passers and professional players. If you are a new player then the best place to learn bowling would be the bowling alley. It would just take few hours of training when instructed by a trainer or an experienced friend. Lane operators in the bowling alley can be another good source of information.
Striking just few pins or sending the ball directly into the gutter is quite common with the beginners. But there is nothing to be worried as that is how everyone starts. Of course, in certain cases players with no knowledge or little training manage to strike most of the pins. More concentration and keen attention to the instructions and key points would help in improving the bowling skills soon.
Here are few bowling tips: Handling the ball is very simple. There are three ways of handling the bowling ball: Conventional Grip, Finger Tip Grip and Sarge-Easter Grip.
In the Conventional Grip method, both the fingers have to be inserted into the holes till the second joint. This would be more suitable for beginners as this would give you more grip and control over the ball. In the second method which is Finger Grip, both the fingers have to be inserted into the holes only till the first joint. This method would give the ball a smooth role but would require some practice. In Sarge-Easter Grip, both the fingers have to be inserted into the same hole but this method is suitable only for experienced bowling players. Trainers normally train their students with the first two methods. The player can later decide on the method he or she likes to use.
Three steps forward is the usual count followed by many of the bowlers. This is the right approach and would give you enough force to hit all the pins. Keenly note the markers, dots and the arrow on the lane which would help you in passing the ball on the right direction. Bowling balls and bowling shoes can be hired from the bowling alley itself. The difficult part would be to find the right shoe size as it has to be selected based on your weight.
If you should decide to purchase the accessories then do pay attention to few tips here. The bowling balls are available in materials like polyester and urethane. Among these urethane is the latest. The diameter should be somewhere between 8.500 and 8.595 and all the balls have to be certified by the American Bowling Congress. But, in most cases, all best bowling balls available in the market are already certified. Few famous brands are Brunswick bowling balls, Hammer bowling balls and many more. Bowling shoes are available separately for men, women and kids and also for left and right handed people. Bowling shoes are available in different shades, styles and designs. Many leading brands have bowling shoes as well.

David Jones is the owner of BowlingFocus.com the best resource to buy Discount Bowling Supplies. David is specialized in http://www.articlebiz.com/article/200124-1-bowling-tips-for-beginners/

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The Sarge Easter Grip named for one used by the late American Bowling Congress Hall of Famer in the 1950s is a conventional span on the ring finger and a fingertip span on the middle finger.
January 24, 2009 14:26:27
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