HometechniquesStroker, Tweener and Cranker Style Bowlers

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Stroker, Tweener and Cranker Style Bowlers — 4 Comments

  1. Hi Paulo,
    Thank you! I am glad it helped you. Maybe something your learned will help you cash at those tournaments! Good Luck and thanks for taking the time to comment!
    Chas

  2. Very informative, now I have more ideas on how to play with the lane conditions, especially during our local tourneys.. thank you very much!!!

  3. Hi Cody,
    Thanks, I am glad the article helped you. I can’t see why you couldn’t change up your style somewhat for different balls. I have balls I like to swing a bit, and others i like to play straight down and in. So, I change my stance to open my shoulder more when I swing the ball.And when I play down and in, I may try to stay behind the ball more and square up to the alley. So, I may be in the camp as a tweener/stroker. I am definitely not a big cranker, but not always a stroker or tweener either. Good Point! Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a good comment.
    Chas

  4. I am a lefty that kind of sits between Cranker and Tweener, depending on my equipment, I found your article quite useful. I have pearlized equipment I like to rev up hard, and solids that I like to lay back on, there is something to be said about changing your style based on your equipment, instead of just staying as a Stroker, Tweener and changing equipment around the oil pattern and lane conditioning ETC. .. what do you think?

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