Whether it is because you’re unsure what to work on next, it’s not the right time for a major change, or you just need a bit of a mental break from a grinding practice schedule, practicing with a purpose can be easier said than done.

Here is a good general practice plan that touches on the key elements of your bowling game. It will take approximately one hour to complete. This plan will allow you to work on your overall technique and keep you sharp between tournaments:

  • 10 minutes each of ball start drills, swing drills, and release drills, alternating between a drill and then a full approach delivery.
  • 10 minutes of spare shooting: corner pins, low ball, or any other game or drill designed to improve your spare game.
  • One full game for score.