The pattern was pretty difficult, didn't have to adjust a ton as far as moving your feet left and right but had to make a lot of adjustments with speed, rev rate, hand position and ball choice.
Congrats on the experience gained bowling another PBA Regional. Usually, if I need to adjust speed, rev rate, and hand position, it is a last resort because either there is not enough room to move further left or right on the approach, or none of my equipment matches up well to the shot. In my PBAX league, the Wolf pattern was best described as a short pattern that plays like a long pattern. Did you happen to see what the leaders were doing to score, i.e., their angle of attack and type of equipment used? If you could do it again, what would you do different?
PBA (2014-2015): $850
Heavy: Nano, HyperCell, Eternal Cell
Medium: IQ Tour, Tour SiC, Tag
Light: Spare+, Tank, Rebel Tank
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