rbowler from Brooklyn, NY:
Hi, how are you i need a bowling ball that goes down the lane longer with a hook at the end. Thanks.
All resin balls of today are made to do just that.
Select the color and weight on this site, it's as easy as that.
Sue from South Yarmouth, MA:
I'm in the market for a new ball. I throw a straight ball, 14 pounds. I'm looking for something that will give me a little more action. I am 59 so not as strong as I once was but still love to bowl. Any suggestions?
The most popular bowing balls of today are resin.
There are many to choose from on this site.
Billy from Louisville, KY:
Do you know anything about removing scratches from bowling balls?
Most all Pro Shops can remove the scratches on your ball.
Check with them about this.
Ed from Paincourtville, LA:
Do professional bowlers work out, to stay in some kind of shape? The reason why I am asking is because I started working out with resistant bands. I took the summer off and I thought I would try to get in shape for the upcoming fall league. It gives me a lot of flexibility. I'm not so stiff. I am having trouble finding my strike ball on a consitant basis. I have been very good with spares. I know that your legs need to be fairly strong, so you don't get fatiqued, by the 3rd game. Do you feel like I'm doing the right thing, trying to get in shape for my upcoming league in the fall?
YES, the top Pro's are mostly all in top physical shape. Stretching and keeping your legs strong are essential. I praise you for trying to get in top physical condition. Here is a "tip" to try to help you strike more consistently. Obviously, focus and concentration are essential in hitting your target. If you need help in that area, I suggest that you find a book (or magazine) and read. Find something that you find interesting to read and stay with it. Doing this will improve your focus and concentration.
Vivie from Gothenburg, NE:
I wish someone would start making 8 # & below balls with a good cover for people that have a problem with the heavier balls. Right now I have to use a 9 # ball but it is plastic covered. I used to throw a 13 # ball but I had to change when I turned 80 years old I had to drop down to a 11 # plastic covered ball and last year I went down to a 9 # plastic covered ball. They just are useless but I still want to keep bowling for a few more years so I keep trying to have someone make some balls with a good cover on the lighter balls.
Unfortunately, the "market" isn't large enough for the ball company's to make lightweight balls in urethane or resin. Sorry.