Over the last decade or so, scores have skyrocketed. I believe this
Date: 07 Sep 2005 19:05:04|
Subject: What do you think?
paerially duw ro the fact there is alot more information, teaching
and coaching. The most influencing factor is ball technology and the
science of rolling a cannon ball at 10 innocent sticks.
Enter USBC: Howdy folks there is a sheriff in town and I plan on
returning inyegrity to bowling. I want a 210 average ro mean
something. From now on I am going regulate how you make bullets and
more importantly how much gun powder you use.
While I concede that tehnology has increased leaps and bounds., I feel
restricting ination will bring down the sport. When TigerWoods was
eating up the golf courses a few years ago, there were courses out
there making the playing field harder. This improved golf. Why is the
USBC not changing and regulating the lane conditions? There are shots
out there that as long as you hit somewhere within a 6" radius the
ball will find its way to the pocket. I believe this is the true
enemy of bowling score integrity.
I would love to hear other peoples opinion on USBC new rules for
bowling balls. CG must be within 1" of dead center grip and no