Capital Area Bowling Review Our 16th Year!
This page contains several FREE forms for bowlers and leagues.
The first step in improving your bowling game is to keep precise track of your game and what you are doing. (Where you are standing, what arrow or target you are shooting for and what you do with your hand, arm and wrist.)
It is important to note if the bad result is from something you did (missed your target, ball speed was too slow or too fast or if you turned the ball too much or not enough) or from lane conditions (oil pattern changing).
Using a sheet like this will also help you the next time you bowl on that pair of lanes. It gives you the ability to look back to see what changes or adjustments you made as you bowled on that pair the last time (or several times) you bowled. What adjustment worked and what didn't. You can then avoid the adjustments that didn't work and try the ones that did.
Bowling is a game of constant adjustments. The more history and knowledge you have available the quicker you can make the proper adjustments and the higher your score will be.
Total Track Pro
Here are a couple variations of a personal score tracking sheet. If you are serious about improving your game I suggest the "Total Track Pro" sheet. It is fantastic for the finer points of tracking your game. It's the one I have used for years.
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