wklstoy and sk8shorty01, I practice the first four game those scores are not shown because I have no clue. The first part I was working on timing, arm swing, and the release. I was not happy with the practice my arm was all over the place, timing was terrible, and the release well that just stunk. I took an hour break and walked away. Then I was like lets just have fun and bowl.
The six ganes I kept score are above, I just wanted to clear my head and let it happen. I tend to be very analytic on everything I do so that in itself can cause problems. Hope this kinda clears things up.
Ok sounds good, just make sure that during your practice sessions you are working on something and you do not worry about score. It is ok to have games with score on, but I would not consider that practice, I would consider it just open bowling. Good luck and it might help to pay attention to only one thing at a time. If you work on timing, just pay attention to that, don't worry about the rest of the stuff, if you want to work on arm swing, don't worry about anything but the swing, the rest doesn't matter. Same with the release, if you want to improve your release, work on just the release and nothing else. Many say it takes thousands of repetitions to ingrain something in your muscle memory. If you figure that out with 20 shots per game, that totals out to about 50 games before you have it down. I typically practice one thing a week, if I want to improve my balance, I work on that for an entire week and nothing else.