</font><blockquote><font size="1" face="VERDANA,ARIAL,HELVETICA,TAHOMA">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="VERDANA,ARIAL,HELVETICA,TAHOMA">Originally posted by Atochabsh:
Sometimes bowling in too many houses under too many varying conditions only adds confusion to trying to advance.
I understand that there's the social aspect. But it depends on your priorities. If you want all this social interaction that's fine, but you'll have to understand that it may make getting better more difficult.
Erin </font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="VERDANA,ARIAL,HELVETICA,TAHOMA">Hello Bowling Fans. The ladies are right Anna. Every shot that you have ever thrown or ever have seen thrown is in your head. For these shots and the lane condtions on which they were made to be useful, your shots and the lane conditions must be comprehended, processed and categorized in your mind before you can execute them in future settings consistently.
You are in a situation that makes it a little more difficult to realize consistent shot making skills, no doubt as has already been mentioned, due to the fact that you are bowling on so many varying conditions. It is harder to see the trees because of the forest.
But take heart you have acquired the help of "Stormin" Carol Norman a Storm Team Member. From what I have heard, they have a great instructional system. This is a very sound step in the right direction. No doubt one of the components of the instruction will involve lane play. which will bring you face to face with varying lane conditions and how to play them.
Darrell "D Man"
May all your corner pins fall