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

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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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2014-04-07 7/10 pin not falling:

Louis,  If you've tried everything you may have topography issues.     Tell me a little about the house. Synthetic or wood? If wood, when was the last time the lanes were resurfaced? How do you oil the

2014-04-01 bowling:

Ciro,  In the case of the Pros, they, to a greater degree, use all their option. Often using a "strike" ball and spare ball, most of the time. Often multiple balls are used in any given game.     The issue

2014-03-27 PIN CARRY:

Bill,  Striking is all about angle of entry. Just hitting the head pin doesn't do enough. You hit only 4 pins with the ball, they must get the other 6. If you don't hit the pins at the proper angle you

2014-03-15 i need help please:

Angel,  First, not sure what a pin setter is on or in a bowling ball? I must assume you mean the pin (top of the weight block of a bowling ball). If you are not sure of the terminology, I am concerned

2014-03-01 Coverstock:

ID,  Balls are aggressive because of the combination of cover and core dynamics.     Most pearl bowling balls skid because of the nature of the cover veneer. The smoother that veneer is prepared the longer

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