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    Hardest Split in Bowling: Greek Church

    The hardest split in bowling is a term used to describe an extremely challenging pin configuration that a bowler can encounter. It refers to a situation where the pins are left standing in a way that makes it incredibly difficult for the bowler to knock them all down with a single ball. Split refers to…

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  • What are Asymmetric Bowling Ball Drilling Layouts : Get Maximum Hook

    Bowling ball layouts play a crucial role in determining the ball’s performance on the lane. Asymmetric bowling ball layouts have gained popularity in recent years due to their unique characteristics. In this article, we will delve into the concept of asymmetric layouts, their advantages, and when to use them. Symmetrical vs. Asymmetrical Bowling Balls Before…

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  • Do Bowling Balls Come With Holes?

    Do Bowling Balls Come With Holes?

    When you buy a bowling ball, it does not come with pre-drilled holes. Therefore, you will need to get the holes drilled to fit your hand comfortably. Let’s explore the process and considerations for drilling bowling ball holes. Understanding Bowling Ball Holes Most bowling balls do not come with holes after purchase. They are manufactured…

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