You look very polished, and I'm guessing you have spent a lot of time developing your form. Great job making it as far as you have!!
From your videos, I can only see one thing that may be affecting your game: In the last part of your swing, you start to lead with the shoulder, meaning that you are throwing the ball, not allowing it to roll. The #1 key to great bowling is a free, loose armswing. If you can pause the video as the ball reaches your ankle, you can see that your shoulder is ahead of the ball, so you are shoving the ball into the lane. If you can relax your arm in the back swing and let it fall, the ball will lead your shoulder forward, and on video you will see that as your ball reaches your ankle, your shoulder will be slightly behind or above the ball. This "throwing" the ball can also cause your sliding leg to rotate to the right, tying into what you desribed above. Trust me, even some of the best bowlers in the world struggle with this from time to time, but it is easier for some than others.
As far as knowing where the ball goes after you let go, OH MAN!! That could increase your ability by leaps and bounds! This is one of the easiest things to fix, and it can help you tremendously. Most bowlers have a tendency to let go and then just watch, however, the ball is providing you with critical information that you can use to adjust for the next shot! Where the ball actually went, where it breaks, when it starts to roll, where it hit the pocket, and how it drives
through the pins all give a wealth of information as to what you should be prepared to do next time.
Most likely, you are looking up at the pins when you release. Put a hat low on your head when you bowl. This forces you to keep your head up and focused on your target as you approach the line, and after you *roll* the ball it is harder to look at the pins.
Good luck, and let us know how it turns out!
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