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Spin on the ball and the movement of the pins caused by that spin. A relatively slow ball with a lot of action can be much more effective than a very fast ball with little action.
The bowler's stance before beginning the approach.
All Events
A score based on a bowler's combined total from singles, doubles, and team events in a tournament.
Strictly, a group of lanes or the bowling establishment that houses them. Often used, though, to mean a single lane.
Anchor; Anchor Man
Last bowler to roll for a team; usually the team's best bowler. It originally comes from tug-of-war, where the strongest, heaviest man on the team is stationed at the end as an anchor.
The direction at which the ball is traveling when it enters the pocket.
1) The movement of the bowler from address to delivery. 2) The area of the lane behind the foul line, which must be at least 15 feet long.
Seven aiming points marked in the lane to allow the bowler to determine the correct release point.
Automatic Foul Detector
An electric eye device that sets off an alarm if the bowler's foot crosses the foul line.
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