When choosing a bowling ball, you can put the ball in the palm of your hand for comparison, if you can support half a minute, this ball is for you. Of course you can choose a lighter ball, but the power of the shot will be reduced.
Beginners generally use the traditional two-section straight ball catching method, that is, insert the middle finger and ring finger into the finger hole until the second knuckle. With this method of catching the ball, it is important to choose a ball with a slightly looser thumb hole, but the middle and ring finger holes should not be too loose, otherwise it will be difficult to grasp, and it is easy to drop the ball.
With the advancement of technology, you will need wider finger hole spacing (the distance between the thumb and middle finger, ring finger), in order to use the curve ball method, also known as (semi-fingertip curve ball method), That is, insert the middle finger and ring finger into the finger hole until the first phalanx. With this grip, the thumb, middle and ring fingers should not be too loose, otherwise the spin and pinning power of the half-fingertip grip cannot be achieved.
If you want to do a good job, you must first sharpen your tools. The public ball in the arena is never designed for you, and it is difficult to meet your needs. If you play 2 to 3 times a week, I recommend you to bring your own ball, because using a ball without fingers for a long time will not only hinder the improvement of your technique, but also hurt your fingers more easily. In addition, if your average score has reached 125-145 points now, you must equip a special ball to improve your skills, break through straight balls, and enjoy the cheers of a full down on the curve ball.