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    The Dreaded 10 Pin - #MoMonday


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    What better way to kick off a Monday than to talk about the dreaded 10 pin? Mo discusses the how and the why they happen and what different bowler styles can do in order to stop leaving them. (so often)


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    Dang it...I thought it was trips for picking them up and it was just about why we leave them.

    Love the guy though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aslan View Post
    Dang it...I thought it was trips for picking them up and it was just about why we leave them.

    Love the guy though!
    One of the things that I realized after coaching youth league for a season was that kids are parrots. If I asked a kid who had been bowling for a while in league how to make a ten pin or a seven they would answer “cross alley” or “cross lane”, but then when they would try for the spare, it was obvious that they did not understand what the phrase really meant.

    For you, spend a game practicing corner pins, replaying in your head how Mark or Missy had advised you to do it.
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