The fingers in tight position promotes the same type of reaction as the tight pinkie, but more of it and gives the ball a more angular reaction and does not put the weight of the ball toward the track and tends to delay the balls roll. Will have less track flare normally, PBA Member Dave Traber
This was the 4 Basic Finger Position Used In Bowling.
(Note: There are more finger positions not mentioned.)
Experiment with these finger positions and learn to recognize when to use them can greatly increase your bowling scores.
Again these are for right handed bowlers - reverse for left handers
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