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What is the best approach and aiming point to get this ball to hit the pocket from the correct angle. I can't seem to get it to hook more than two inches. Should I bowl a tight line, or move further right (I am right handed) to get an angle into the pocket.12/8/2019 - By Ronnie D.
There are a lot of variable to consider on this. This ball will probably hook the best in lighter oil conditions and if you are in more medium oil or higher then it may not give you a lot of hook. Also, I am not sure if your rev rate or ball speed is helping or hurting the ability of the ball to hook. If you find a place that you feel comfortable standing and find an arrow that you feel comfortable with throwing toward, you can try that first. If you miss to the right of the pocket then move your feet right but keep aiming at the same arrow. Do this until you get the ball to get to the pocket.12/11/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff