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Understanding Pin and CG placements

Today, as compared with a few years back, it is imperative that bowlers be better equipped with technical know-how. The ‘need-to-know-basis’ is more apparent, especially so with the advent of the ‘monster balls’ in recent bowling technology. Every coach and bowler should have an understanding of ball dynamics; or at the very least, understand what Pin and CG placements do to affect a bowling ball’s character.

To help you to understand what Pin and CG placements can do for you, I have compiled 4 basic layouts to illustrate the different characteristics achievable. Read the rest of this entry »

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