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Warren Friedl, Pro Shop Owner/Operator, "Pro Shop Operator" Magazine columnist, certified coach

24 Years Pro Shop Owner/Operator, Small Shop columnist "Pro Shop Operator" Magazine (a trade publication). International Bowling Pro Shop and Instructors Association (IBPSIA) Charter member, IBPSIA Certified, IBPSIA "On Lanes" Certified, 2 Time Member of the IBPSIA Board of Directors and Past Secretary/Treasurer, Dick Ritger and USA Bowling Bronze certified. Certified Coach since National Bowling Council and YABA days.

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2015-02-19 I am a 2-handed bowler:

Josh,  Success in bowling involves matching your rev rate and ball speed. It sounds like your two handed style has you hooking your DV8 Diva too much (or maybe your drift a bunch to the right??). Without

2015-02-16 bowling ball- Columbia 300 reddot:

Dana,    The Columbia Wrecking ball is similar to a house ball in construction (but coverstock is/started dull). The surface material or coverstock is urethane. Most house conditions are not very difficult

2015-02-16 Sports Shots:

Clayton,  Control drillings work better on flat patterns. The dramatic difference in the drill angles on your ball make it fine for house shots, but it would be typically too violent on more demanding

2015-02-07 Ball Speed vs Pin Effect:

Yes Scott a ball can be thrown to hard. If the speed doesn't match up to the rev rate of the ball, it won't entry the pocket at the correct angle and then hit the 4 pins needed, to knock down the other

2015-01-09 bowling:

Robert,  Your ball driller should be involved in ball choices/recommendations for you, given you are leaving corner pins with your current ball(s).     Core is only one element of carry. Getting enough

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