With the exception of last week, I’ve been able to get into a regular Saturday morning practice routine (bowling by the desk while the kids are bowling closer to the high end of the house). My feet are usually an issue in the morning, but they felt better this morning, and I’m happy to say my practice session today didn’t feel like I was wasting my time. After my “throwaway” first game, I was able to put some good shots together and average around 200 (with a clean 211 second game), and what started as wanting to see what my Nano could actually do on the house shot ended up being work on footwork and swing plane, because I was able to get the Hy-Road to the pocket after paying attention to those physical game points.
Oct. 12 practice
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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