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George Freeman's Expert Bowling Tips

-Keeping A Clean Surface
5/28/2000 - By George Freeman
     Getting a new ball is great, but have you ever noticed that after a few games, it just doesn't react the way it did? Well, every ball has that problem. What happens is all the dirt and oil can get inside the pores of your bowling ball, causing the ball to not contact the lanes as much as it did new. You should make sure all the oil and dirt off your ball before you start league play. You should also resurface your equipment every 50-75 games or so, depending on personal preference. It's like changing the oil in your car: Do it regularly, and the life of the ball will be greatly extended, if not, prepare for a short retirement for the ball.


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