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A new system for calculating layouts ... Is there a limit to how high your backswing should be? ... A competition tool chest of mental techniques for the road ... Why hitting the pocket is just not enough ... These stories and more in the June issue.
Balls reviewed in this issue
900 Global Rip It
Hammer Nail Titanium
Lane #1 Grind/R
Seismic Raging Bull Long Horn
Articles in this issue
Your bag of tricks by Dean Hinitz, Ph.D.
At the core of fast improvements and higher level performance by Joe Slowinski
Inside BTM ball reviews by Rob Mautner
Storm introduces the Vector Layout System by Steve Kloempken
How the ball goes through the pins by Susie Minshew
Backswings and fast feet by Mike Jasnau
Core: Starting from the ground up, Part 2 by Tyrel Rose