2 handed bowler layout advice

Which layout is right for me?

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2 handed bowler layout advice

Post by jwhite0003051 » September 29th, 2019, 3:05 pm

Pretty new to bowling. Use two handed style due to injury to my hand and is less painful. I have very low speed 11 to 12 mph. My revs over power my speed so hard to keep ball.on lane. I am currently using a storm fever pitch and hammer widow spare. Both 12 pounds. Am looking at motive balls the thrill or hydra and am wondering what a good layout would be for most length and somewhat angar backend. My fever pitch I go prob from 15 board out to the 4 board and it seems has an angular move to the pocket . I am looking for something g non urathane. So a good layout might help dont really ha e any specs on pap or anything. any help would be much appreciated. Also lanes I bowel on are very old wood

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Re: 2 handed bowler layout advice

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Re: 2 handed bowler layout advice

Post by TonyPR » September 29th, 2019, 7:03 pm

I have plenty of experience coaching two handers and am a two hander myself. For now, forget about building an arsenal. You will need two balls, a highly polished plastic and something very weak like a Brunswick Twist. For layouts you will be using a 2” pin to PAP and a 45* VAL angle.

We need to develop ball speed, otherwise bowling will not be much fun, at least 14mph monitor speed. We also need to control axis rotation, since your ball speed is so low, anything above 30* axis rotation will be too violent on the back end.

Post videos (side and back) in the certified coaching section and I will help you. Make sure you follow the guidelines for posting videos.

The most important thing is to never give up.

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