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Two Handed Bowling Tips and Young PBA Stars — 8 Comments

  1. I am not bowler and I have only seen it during competition like Olympics or Commonwealth games to mention but afew but I have  can say I am lucky  for having the chance to see this article  that I know so understand in depth bowling and tricks that goes when playing that alone is enough for novice like me and I hope you keep posting more like these blogs so that I can learn more.

    • Hi Charles,
      I am glad it caught your eye and you learned some things you did not know. If you ever get the chance, watch PBA bowling on television. The two handed bowlers that are competing are very exciting to watch. I will keep posting information for those who want to learn. Come back and check it out! Thanks for your comment.
      Chas

  2. Hi,

    Its really nice to read about top Bowlers and also to learn some great tips on how they become a professional bowler. I was able to pick one or two lessons from the tips given most especially from Jason Belmont and Anthony. They are great Bowlers which will never go down in history.

    Thanks once again for the great insight. God bless.

    Regards,

    Olushola.

  3. I think by sharing Jesper Svensson’s techniques you have also gave me so many important tips that I can also use for myslef when I’m playing. I can’t imagine how long it took you to write  this article with immense amount of information. Thank you so much sharing this article. God Bless You

  4. Hello,

    Thanks for the the wonderful and relevant tips you’ve provided us about the Two handed method of bowling, and they are really helpful and awesome. I believe I’ll keep learning this until I become an expert of this skills. I have always love bowling since I was a younger boy and this passion never dies.

    Thanks, have a nice day

    • Hi Salim,
      You are welcome. I have been bowling for about 40 years and i am still learning! If you want to get better you have to keep learning about your mistakes! if you are interested in learning more, read my article Two handed Bowling Technique Thanks for leaving a comment and good luck with your bowling.
      Chas

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