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George Freeman's Expert Bowling Tips

-Where Are They Going?
9/25/1999 - By George Freeman
     Are you having trouble carrying the corner pins? First, you have to see where the 6 pin (4 pin for you lefties) goes. Did it just lie in the gutter next to the 10 (7) pin? Your ball is running out of energy at the pocket, you might want to move half a board right (or left for the lefties) to get a little more punch on the pocket. Did it wrap around the corner pin? The ball is coming in behind the head pin, you might want to try moving back on the approach about 1 inch to get better angle in the pocket. Minute adjusting is essential to maintaining good carry.


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