Which Bowling Style Is For You?

As you all know, bowling is a popular sport. There are 3 styles of bowling with different advantages and disadvantages. Help you decide exactly, see what style of play best suits you.

STANDARD STYLE

Like its name, bowler will carry an absolute straight towards the battery. Hitting is the style that both bowler and beginner have to master and practice every day. Before you do the remaining 2 styles of fighting, master this straight style of fighting!

STRENGTH

You will see WIND style wins. As you step into the more professional level.
With a straightler bowler only need to throw as hard as possible – The greater the speed, the higher the breaking.
If the ball goes right somewhere near pin 1, the battery will splash.
The straight shot is often chosen by tall, muscular bowlers.
AN ADVANTAGE of this style is: bowling is virtually unaffected by lane oils. This will help bowler save quite a bit of cost to buy the ball.

WEAKNESS

Straight Throw will minimize the ability to control the breaking of the ball against the battery.
Because when you throw straight, the ball will collide pin. And you will have a hard time guessing how the battery will bounce off. Because when the ball hit the pin number 1 area. The battery will bounce in many ways: Sometimes the ball will hit the battery directly and give you a split. Sometimes the battery will splash but still leave you with batteries that you could not expect.

HOOK STYLE

Hitting Hook is a style of putting the ball in a curved orbit like a hook. Following this trajectory, the ball will circle right and back and bump into pin 1-3 (optimal for strike). Hook style is used by most amateur, semi-professional and professional bowlers.

SPINNER STYLE

Spinner is the way in which a bowler moves the ball in a straight line towards the pin, but the ball will be rotated along the vertical axis perpendicular or inclined to the lane surface.