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  • Are Amateur Bowlers Really “Amateurs”?

    Are Amateur Bowlers Really “Amateurs”?

    I was first introduced to the wonderful game of bowling four years ago as a freshman in high school, and over the past few years, I’ve gradually seen my progress with the game improve greatly.  I’ve bowled the past four years for my high school team and averaged 196 this..

  • The “Off-Season”

    The “Off-Season”

    Summer is upon us. Some look at bowling’s “off season” as a time to relax and recover, or to practice even harder to be ready for the next season. Whatever method you use to ensure you’re at your best come the middle of August, here are a few things to..

  • Troy Walker Gets Web Redemption

    Troy Walker Gets Web Redemption

    Troy Walker is practically famous in the bowling world.  Not entirely for his name, but for what happened to him at the 2013 Luci Bonneau Doubles Tournament in Houston, Texas.  Troy had successfully rolled the first 11 strikes, but on the 12th, Walker was denied a perfect 300 game when the..

  • Chris Barnes ripping off shirt !

    Chris Barnes ripping off shirt !

    PBA, NFL, MLB and NHL they all have their “bad boys!” The ones that you look to each week to come up with something that will shock the fans in order to get on ESPN SportCenter! Recently the PBA made their way to Oklahoma for the PBA Summer Swing! I..

  • Putting It All Together

    Putting It All Together

    Recently I had a personal epiphany: bowling is about knocking all the pins down. Odd, isn’t it? For the last several years I’ve been so caught up in the details of the game like ball selection, layouts, surfaces, technique, and mechanics that I completely forgot to put it all back..