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CBS - 2017-01-29 (Week 20)

Even though I have been bowling since I was young, I am constantly learning new things.  As I bowl on more difficult patterns with a diverse population of bowlers, unique situations present themselves that I yet to see.  This week's challenge was tackling the use of urethane equipment on a long, high volume pattern.  Generally, on these patterns, most bowlers will use reactive resin based equipment.  This tends to pull oil out of the lane, while only presenting a minimal amount of carry down.  When urethane is used, the oil tends to get pushed down the lane in streaks.  Now, I am not against the use of urethane, but I need to know how to bowl with it.  Game one was a pure struggle because I didn't understand how that ball was actually affecting the lanes.  In order to combat this, I moved in three with my feet and two with my eyes.  After this move, the lanes tended to hold pretty well until that spot dried up.  Thereafter, I moved back right and pulled out my least aggressive ball, playing straight on the pattern.  This additionally, worked out very well.  Generally, I was hoping for better results, but lessons learned are extremely valuable.  Again, the spare game is key...that would have made a difference....if I wasn't so frustrated.

Event Dates: 
Monday, January 29, 2018
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