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How Bowling Ball Drilling Layouts Effect Bowling Ball Motion


What Adjusting Your Bowling Balls Drilling Layout Does for Bowling Ball Motion

This is an article on how bowling ball drilling layouts and core dynamics affect bowling ball motion. First I will review the basic motion of a bowling ball, then what we are trying to achieve with our bowling ball, and finally how and where bowling ball layouts and core dynamics take place in all of this.

A review of the basic motion of a bowling ball.

The basic motion of a bowling ball as it is rolled down a lane is slide, hook, and roll. These are also known as transitions.

What you, as a bowler, are trying to do with your equipment is match these transitions to the lane conditions to give you the best possible reaction on the lane and at the pins.

In a previous article we talked about adjusting the cover stock surface finish and what it does to affect the slide portion of a bowling balls motion.

The next part of these transitions is the hook area of the bowling ball on the lane. This is where the ball will change direction. In addition, this is where the bowling ball drilling layouts and core dynamics come into play. What these core changes and drilling layouts do is lengthen or shorten the response of the second transition.

In addition, this makes the second transition long and smooth or short and rapid. Remember adjusting the balls surface affects the first transition, adjusting the core through ball layouts and design affects the second transition.

Again, what you as bowlers are trying to do with your equipment is match these transitions to the lane conditions to give you the best possible reaction.

Having different drilling layouts for a later and faster, or slower and smother transition is an important for serious bowlers that bowl on different oil patterns.

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Conclusion
A bowling balls motion is slide, hook, and roll. The bowling ball drilling layouts and core dynamics affects the second transition. Have different drilling layouts for a later and faster, or slower and smother transition is important for adjusting your bowling ball motion to the lane pattern for the best reaction.

Remember tips are only a tip thats all they are so if it does not work for you go back to what did.

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