Yeah it was Slowinski. that was the tip I've been focusing on to start with that actually spurred this thread lol. Well its good to know that I'm asking the right questions. I also agree that those two sites should be required reading for any bowler that wants to excel. hugely helpful.
But my question that the Slowinski article did not quite go into enough depth on was based on the fact that your exit point, or breakpoint, is your target down lane while your visual target is up near the arrows or so. That being said, the exit point for a righty should typically, or at least on a swing shot for sure, be further right than the visual target? This would allow the bowler to compensate for the slide they wish correct? This could be part of my accuracy issues if I'm right since I have been placing my visual target too close to my exit point board wise. So am I right in saying this? or no?
You haven't hit the pocket well enough until you've Wrecked the Rack!
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