Basic Tips For New Bowlers

Unlike the other sports, you don’t need to spend enormous amount of money on bowling equipment. Everything you need fits into one bag, and the best fact is that there’s no need to buy anything from the equipment.

If you’re just started to bowl, our recommendation is simple – all you need from the bowling equipment you can find and rent at the bowling alley. You’ll need bowling ball and bowling shoes, and there are several additional pieces of gear that can help you in the future, but this will be more than enough to start your bowling adventure.

When your bowling experience increases, you’ll naturally want to own your own bowling ball and bowling shoes. But, as we said before, if you are just starting, rented bowling equipment will be sufficient for now.

Before you try a ball that suits your needs, you must find the appropriate pair of bowling shoes. Of course, they must not be neither too tight to cause blisters, nor too broad. As bowling shoes have smooth soles, they should never be worn on the street.

When choosing the bowling ball, be very careful not to choose a ball that’s too heavy – women should choose a ball weighing about 10 lb, while men can take 15 lb ball. Experienced bowlers suggest that people should chose the balls that are 10 times lighter than their body weight. So, for example, if you weigh 200 lbs, they suggest that you take a 20 lb ball.

In time, when your experience grows and your bowling techniques get better, you’ll see there are several things that can help you improve and help your bowling skills even further. When you bowl for a prolonged amount of time, your hands may become sweaty, which cause ball to drop out of hand easily. If that becomes a problem, you should buy the rosin powder, which keep your hands dry and in better contact with the ball.

Before you buy a bowling ball, you must make a decision on which type you’ll buy. There are balls made of polyester, urethane balls, reactive resin balls as well as particle bowling balls. Most of these balls have three holes: one for the middle finger, one for the index finger and one for the thumb. It’s vital that after the purchase, an expert in the authorized bowling shop, drills you a hole so that your fingers fit perfectly inside the ball.

When you made a decision to purchase your own bowling equipment, you’ll need a bag in which to carry it all. A good bowling bag should have several compartments in which you can put the bowling shoes, towel and other small items that you carry with you. After all is said and done, the most important thing is for you to have fun bowling. You can achieve that even with the rented bowling equipment.