TruCut by CtD Sanding Pads were made for bowling. They cut a bowling ball true to the number listed on them. Because of the way they cut, they help reduce "lane shine." TruCut Sanding Pads last 3-5 times longer than competitive pads. This 6-pack includes a 500, 1000, 1500, 2000, 3000 & P5000D grit. The labeling uses a biodegradable ink. We recommend writing the grit on the pad with a permanent marker prior to use.
Get one of each grit made: 180 grit, 360 grit, 500 grit, 1000 grit, 2000 grit, 3000, and 4000 grit. Now it's possible to get the most aggressive surface texture without that cheese grater look. Abralon sanding pads use silicon carbide particles that are precision sifted to a consistent grain size, then bonded evenly to a six-inch round fabric face for the most even scratch pattern available. Cosmetically appealing, consistent scratch pattern provides excellent traction Opening in the fabric allows water to flow freely around the abrasive Resists caking. Foam center holds large amounts of water for lubrication and cooling Solid surface and foam backing provide even surface pressure Last 5+ times longer than sandpaper Use wet or dry (residual material can be removed by high pressure air) Works great on our Powerhouse Ball Resurfacer 180 – Deepest Scratches 360 – Deep Scratches 500 – Medium Scratches 1000 – Return to Ebonite Factory Sanded Finish 2000 – Mild Luster with Texture Underneath 4000 – High Luster with smooth texture
"The key to improvement is to eliminate those idiosyncrasies in your style that make it difficult for you to repeat the same series of motions shot after shot, game after game." In this breakthrough book, David Ozio, 1991 PBA Player of the Year, shows how to consistently achieve higher averages with his success-proven techniques for bowling like a pro. His step-by-step instructions and action photographs detail the fundamentals of good shot making and the systematic methods for fine-tuning your game. Just some of the tricks of the trade he shares include: Mastering the explosive hook ball Making spares off the strike lane Using sidewalls to full advantage Alternating strategies for lining up conversion attempts Using lane geography and the leverage window effectively Mastering the cross-lane strategy and the third-arrow method for converting spares Shooting the bucket, the washout, and the picket fence Tips on identifying and correcting common errors, innovative practice methods, and David Ozio's "12 Principles of Better Bowling" round out this invaluable guide. David Ozio has won numerous PBA tournaments, including the Firestone Tournament of Champions, and was voted the 1991 Player of the Year by his peers. Dan Herbst is the author of several sports books, including Bowling 200+.
Today bowling has evolved to one of the most played sports and free time activity hobbies the world has seen. Bowling games, lanes, shirts, bags, duckpin bowling and candlepin bowling, it is hard not to get involved and get addicted to this ‘intoxicating’ game. Bowling is one of the most popular sports around the world, with an apparent 95 million players annually and even a professional championship televised throughout the world.
Bowling is more than just a game with heavy balls and funny pins. Bowling congresses, clubs, and more are constantly setting up and coming into the picture as well as evolving technology and rules. It is a game of skill and requires practice just like any other art or talent. With a good guide to bowling, you can learn the basics and be one step ahead of the game and begin polishing your art.
You could learn to bowl by spending hours at the
bowling alley, paying high equipment rental fees—or you could train with an expert who’ll teach you simple one-at-a-time techniques. Start by getting acquainted with the lane, the pins, and the ball. Learn scorekeeping and rules, as well as tips on warmup exercises and balance techniques. Most important is the section on choosing the right ball for you—getting the proper fit and grip, as well as gloves, wrist supports, and shoes. Then comes the special four-step approach that takes you through the disciplines of setup, stance, release, and follow-through. With the tactics section, you’ll master strikes and spares, target pins, and straight shots and hook shots, and troubleshoot your mistakes. Play with friends, compete against yourself, or join a league—the coaching you
need is right here!