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. Follow Tyrel online at his coaching Facebook page.

Introduction to Loft Manipulation

Introduction to Loft Manipulation

So far in this series, we’ve covered two of the physical tools that a bowler can use to manipulate ball motion: axis control and ball speed control. The third physical skill that a bowler can use to manipulate ball motion... [Read More]

Introduction to Adjusting Ball Speed

Introduction to Adjusting Ball Speed

Following up on July’s article about axis control, this month we’ll go through the finer points of ball speed control. Speed generation, and control, is an issue that plagues many bowlers, from beginner to expert. As bowling equipment and technique... [Read More]

Choosing Your Bowling Ball Toolbox

Selecting equipment for tournaments

Choosing Your Bowling Ball Toolbox

In June, I introduced the idea of building your bowling ball toolshed, equating bowling balls as the tools you use on the lanes. Like the tools in your toolshed, you don’t necessarily need every one of them for every job.... [Read More]

Introduction to Bowling Ball Axis Control

A how-to for adjusting axis rotation angle and axis tilt angle

Introduction to Bowling Ball Axis Control

Two of the key variables in ball reaction that a bowler has control over are the axis rotation angle and axis tilt angle of the bowling ball. These angles, along with rev rate and ball speed, are the main variables... [Read More]

Building Your Bowling Ball Toolshed

Building Your Bowling Ball Toolshed

Without doubt, one of the most common topics that bowlers ask me about is how to select a bowling ball. Whether it is advice about what to drill next, or which balls to bring to a tournament, it remains a... [Read More]

A Primer for the 2019 USBC Open Championships

Topography, oil pattern impressions, lane play suggestions, and equipment recommendations

A Primer for the 2019 USBC Open Championships

Having just finished bowling in the 2019 USBC Open Championships, I thought it might be helpful to share my experiences. However, I'd like to start with a few important disclaimers: I was only able to bowl twice in the month... [Read More]

The Three P’s of Bowling Success – Part 3

Perform

The Three P's of Bowling Success - Part 3

After perceiving everything you need to perceive, and then processing the appropriate tactical, mental, and physical reactions, the final step is to simply perform. It’s a relatively simple concept, but it's not easy to accomplish. I hope that by the... [Read More]

The Three P’s of Bowling Success – Part 2

Process

The Three P's of Bowling Success - Part 2

In my last article, I introduced the three P’s of bowling success: perceive, process, and perform. While the first article in this series focused on the perception stage, this article will focus on the processing stage. It’s worth noting that... [Read More]