About TalkBowling.com Add comments TalkBowling.com is a podcast that is dedicated to bringing you the latest news from around the bowling industry, bowling tips, and latest updates from the largest internet retailer, bowlingball.com. 20 Responses to “About TalkBowling.com” TimPlem22 says: May 8, 2010 at 12:29 am when will we see episode 51? 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I find that my average is declining rapidly and all my bowling tam members are telling me I am dropping the ball before the foul lin.I am short 5'6' and throw a slow speed. I use a 14 lb ammer Vibe and aalso do not knowwhere I should stand on the approach and how to hold the ball. Could you please give me advise as to dropping the ball? TO–Tony Ruocco and John CongdonMY name is Stan Hiesiger at email@example.com Log in to Reply tom otto says: January 12, 2012 at 9:56 pm hey I have a question! so I have a regular league that I am in and I was wondering if there is a different shot I can take instead of moving deep inside? I am a two handed bowler with around 575 rev's and I throw it about 17 mph, do you have any advice for when the lanes breakdown? Log in to Reply Dustin Seymour says: January 13, 2012 at 9:14 am Hi Tom, Being a two hander, it's very important that you have a wide array of different bowling balls to choose from with differing reactions. When the lanes break down you should have a urethane ball or even plastic like Belmo sometimes uses, to combat the drier conditions. This should allow you to move more toward the outside part of the lane and not have to play so deep. Log in to Reply wyndham hotel codes discounts says: January 27, 2012 at 11:50 am Website Trackback Link… […]the time to read or visit the content or sites we have linked to below the[…]… carl says: February 21, 2012 at 12:53 pm Hi guys. Guys what gives with the sound on the viedos.On some shots the ball is 2 feet from the pins and you have the ball hitting the pins . Is the sound mixer off . carl Log in to Reply Maria says: July 1, 2012 at 7:02 am Hi Tony,I've been bowling for a long time now and I feel still that there is something wrong with my thumb hole I have callouses on both sides of my thumb,when i through the ball,my thumb is gripping on ,I honestly think my pitch or something else is wrong ,what can I do to correct that.Please help.THANKS. Log in to Reply Dustin Seymour says: July 2, 2012 at 3:36 pm Hi Maria, When is the last time you've had the fit of your bowling ball checked? Over time, your hand will change and adjustments have to be made. It sounds like you're having to grip to hang onto the ball. The squeezing of the thumb is causing the sides of your thumb to push into the side of the hole, causing a callous. I would have the size of the thumb hole checked. If the size of the hole is good, you will need to add some forward pitch to your thumb hole to help you hang on. Log in to Reply Rich Carrubba says: July 2, 2012 at 4:32 pm Maria, I agree with Dustin's evaluation of your problem and I might add that it is also possible a simple opening up the sides of your thumb hole from a circular shape to more of an oval shape might be the simple answer if your hole is, in fact, not too loose….because we cannot see your hand and your thumb hole in real time, Dustin is 100% correct in recommending you visit a local pro shop professional and ask him to evaluate your hand and the thumb hole causing the problems. it could be an easy fix? Plugging or adding a thumb slug and re-drilling the hole and shaping the hole carefully to contour with your thumb is also an easy task….get to the pro shop right away and have it checked out….hope this helps? Log in to Reply J_Bravo says: October 3, 2013 at 7:17 am I love Talk bowling as it covers the latest events and news about Bowling. Thanks for the frequent update from you guys. 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