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Follow bowlingfans. Hey everyone, I just started to relax my grip on my 2nd fingertip ball. I'm not sure if I'm relaxing and gripping correctly though.
First, check the size of the holes. If the holes are too big and the fingers are swimming inside them, change the inserts or use tape to make them smaller. Tape can be used inside the hole, inside the insert, or around the outside of the insert to compress it and make it smaller.
There's a lot to cover here, so brace yourself for a lengthy reply. Some of what I'm about to say is somewhat controversial, as I know some people will vehemently disagree with part of it. But it's also borne out of a lifetime of experience in and around bowling, through several different eras when different conventional wisdom dictated different styles of drillings.
My thumb feels stuck on the hole Moderator: Moderators. My thumb feels stuck on the hole. Earlier,I went for training and everything seems to be going well.
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View Full Version : Why do I keep getting stuck in my thumbhole? Last night I bowled well and had a very clean release all night. DIdn't stick and didn't drop off my hand.
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When youth worker Cherie Beekman took a group of children for a trip to a bowling alley she got little too attached to the game. When the year-old went to return the green ball she had been using she found she couldn't. It was stuck on her right thumb and nothing would shift it. She was driven from the alley in Didsbury, Manchester, to a nearby fire station where it took a team of firefighters two-and-a-half hours to cut the ball away using an electric saw, a hacksaw and a chisel.