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About Maine Man
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Staff member at Radical Bowling, avid tournament and league bowler who is always looking to gain knowledge about the sport of bowling
Bowling, Hunting, Family Time, Pro Shop Work
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Bowling Average:
Bowling Style:
Tweener (17.5 MPH, 350 RPM on C.A.T.S.)
Right or Left handed:
Left Handed
Bowling Ball Brand You Use:
Radical, Brunswick, DV8
Bowling Ball(s) Weight:
15 lb.
Best Game / Series:
300 (32), 826 (20 - 800's)


James Goulding
Radical Regional Staff
Moore's Pro Shop
Driller / Consultant

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If the PBA folds, does it really matter? by James Goulding III

by Maine Man on 11-20-2009 at 10:39 PM
If the PBA folds, does it really matter?
by James Goulding III

This has been a subject that I had hoped to never write about, and that is the VERY real possibility that we are seeing the last days of the Professional Bowler's Association (PBA) as we know it. With the recent confirmation that the tour stop in Medford was cancelled due to lack of sponsorship dollars and the hard economy, it brings once again to the forefront the possibility that the PBA may not last another

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Updated 11-20-2009 at 10:51 PM by Maine Man


Keeping Equipment Clean: One Key to Success

by Maine Man on 10-29-2009 at 08:20 AM
Keeping Equipment Clean: One Key to Success

by James Goulding III

Getting good coaching, watching video, and working in a pro shop have all been valuable tools that have helped me become a successful bowler. But, there is also another part of my game that is important on a weekly basis, and that is taking care of my bowling equipment so that it takes care of me on the lanes when I need it. What I mean is, I canít expect bowling balls to perform at their

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Balancing Technology with Tradition by James Goulding III

by Maine Man on 10-11-2009 at 12:29 AM
Balancing Technology with Tradition
by James Goulding III

I have been thinking a lot lately about the direction of the sport of bowling, and some of the good and bad things that have shaped the sport we have today. Any way we slice it, technology advancements have put their permanent mark on the game of bowling, and the jury is still out as to whether or not those changes have helped or hurt the game as a whole. The one thing that can not be debated, however, is that there

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Finding motivation and mental focus comes from within.

by Maine Man on 09-12-2009 at 04:09 AM
How many times have you seen a team mate throw a bad frame, only to lose their cool and subsequently it costs them an open the very next frame? It happens all the time, and I bet each and every one of us who have ever picked up a bowling ball and bowled competitively have a similar experience to what I just mentioned, only it is YOU, and not a team mate, who is the culprit.

Most of us competitive bowlers are now a week or two into the fall league season, and as we get back into the

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Great resource for bowling information!

by Maine Man on 09-04-2009 at 11:15 PM
Here is a link to a resource for some great bowling info:

I am going to try and use this info to help set up brackets and side pots for my scratch tournament, as well as score input. If anyone has any other links to cheap tournament software, or bracket programs, please let me know, thanks!

-James (Maine Man)