Tyrel Rose

About Tyrel Rose

Tyrel Rose is Bowling This Month's Director of Content. He is the former Head Coach for Team Canada, with almost 20 years of experience coaching bowlers of all levels. Tyrel is an NCCP Competition Development level and USBC Bronze Certified coach, and a former Canadian National Champion.

Coach, I’ve Got a Question! – June 2022

Coach Question

In this recurring feature, I’ll be answering questions from Bowling This Month readers, or questions I’ve received from bowlers I work with, that might not require the depth of a full-length article, but that can definitely benefit more than just... [Read More]

Bowl Like a Pro – Part 3

Keys to generating more power

Bowl Like a Pro - Part 3

For the final physical segment of this series, we’ll focus on what is probably the most obvious difference between professionals and amateurs: power. Touch bowlers like Norm Duke and Francois Lavoie notwithstanding, it’s generally true that the higher the level... [Read More]

Coach, I’ve Got a Question! – May 2022

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In this recurring feature, I’ll be answering questions from Bowling This Month readers, or questions I’ve received from bowlers I work with, that might not require the depth of a full-length article, but that can definitely benefit more than just... [Read More]

Bowl Like a Pro – Part 2

Achieving better shot repetition

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In the first installment of this Bowl Like a Pro series, we discussed the difference between technique and style, highlighting the release position as a key technical element of the game. We also talked about personal differences, such as swing... [Read More]

Coach, I’ve Got a Question! – April 2022

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In this recurring feature, I’ll be answering questions from Bowling This Month readers, or questions I’ve received from bowlers I work with, that might not require the depth of a full-length article, but that can definitely benefit more than just... [Read More]

Bowl Like a Pro – Part 1

Technical efficiency versus personal style

Bowl Like a Pro - Part 1

What does it mean to bowl like a pro? For many, it’s as simple as striking a lot or scoring high. For others, it’s about looking a certain way, often by emulating the style of one of their favorite bowlers.... [Read More]

Coach, I’ve Got a Question! – March 2022

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In this recurring feature, I’ll be answering questions from Bowling This Month readers, or questions I’ve received from bowlers I work with, that might not require the depth of a full-length article, but that can definitely benefit more than just... [Read More]

Attacking High Friction Environments

From wood lanes to short oil, and everything in between

Attacking High Friction Environments

What constitutes a high friction environment? Certainly 50-year-old wood lanes, no matter how well-maintained. A 33-foot pattern on brand-new synthetics would also qualify. What about the final game of an eight-game block? Yep, that also counts. And yet, every single... [Read More]

Understanding Your Bowling Environment – Part 4

The many variables of medium sport patterns

Understanding Your Bowling Environment - Part 4

Medium oil, also known as the “Wild West” of sport patterns, can be the biggest challenge a bowler faces when competing on flatter conditions. For many bowlers, warm-ups on medium-length patterns feel a lot like their local house shot, with... [Read More]