Yes, I'm going to stick with 14 lbs.
Now, if I go to practice on Saturday afternoons, or during a weekday, I don't necessarily use the 2 arrow to throw over, because the lanes are drier.
But, Nelson Burton said in an instructional video to start there, then adjust your feet on the approach and your target from there. If it is left, move left, I think he said 3 boards on the approach for every board you move on the lanes. I don't know, it has probably been 8 years since I watched it.
Because, you know what is funny about that? I was about 50 at the time, and I never knew you were supposed to move left if you missed left. I would always move left. No wonder I wasn't any good.
I'll have to find that video and watch it again.
You know, I like to bowl straight like that because it is simply easier to control (IMO). I just like an 8 to 12 inch move at the end.
That is Norm Duke's "A" game, and I figure, if it is good enough for him, it is good enough for me.
But, I learned enough from Norm and Nelson's instructional videos to know how to target better. I'm not above going over the 3rd or 4th arrow - or whichever one I need, and to move on the approach, if needed.
I tell you, I'm really close to getting that Eruption Pro Hybrid, but I'm looking at a few other balls too.
Truthfully, I need a thousand dollars or two to get all the balls I'd like to use, to be honest, ha! ha!