Trying to establish a practice routine (sort of), I went today while the kids were bowling, using some of the time before practice to go over stuff for the Junior Professionals Tournament with Stephen Major and his mother (Chris). The practice itself was rather pedestrian, as it seemed the only thing I could do right was make my 10 pin (and even then I missed one of them), leaving more clusters and buckets than I care to remember. An average practice session may have nothing to do whatsoever with how I perform in league, as my 665 the other night followed a rather mediocre session in its own right.
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I started "The Tenth Board" to chronicle my experiences during the road back to league bowling after my heel fractures in 1999 (it took me 7 years before I started thinking seriously about it). I now use the blog as a combination of a personal bowling journal and a news site mostly about Westgate Lanes (Brockton, MA) and its bowlers. View all posts by Rich