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Have you hugged your mechanic today? By Bill Walters
22 Sep
2017
Written by Herbert Bickel

Have you hugged your mechanic today? By Bill Walters »

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Republished courtesy of the The Inside Line, a Kegel publication, as of September 19, 2017.

A recent topic on a bowling technician Read more…

Late Kegel founder John Davis deserves spot in USBC Hall of Fame
5 Jun
2017
Written by Herbert Bickel

Late Kegel founder John Davis deserves spot in USBC Hall of Fame »

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There are so many things we take for granted in today’s modern era of bowling. For many of us, it’s hard to imagine Read more…

Open Championships secrecy puts the average bowler at a disadvantage
6 Mar
2017
Written by Herbert Bickel

Open Championships secrecy puts the average bowler at a disadvantage »

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Many people don’t realize that long before I started working in the bowling industry, I was a bowler. In fact, I bowled my Read more…

Is this fair? Missy Parkin beats the field but finishes 7th at Team USA Trials
10 Jan
2017
Written by Herbert Bickel

Is this fair? Missy Parkin beats the field but finishes 7th at Team USA Trials »

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At last week’s Team USA Trials, professional bowler Missy Parkin put together a solid week of bowling. In fact, she beat everyone in Read more…

PBA, Tom Clark deserve credit for listening to the fans By Lucas Wiseman
15 Dec
2016
Written by Herbert Bickel

PBA, Tom Clark deserve credit for listening to the fans By Lucas Wiseman »

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In recent years, the PBA has moved away from mostly live shows on television in an effort to curb costs.

While it’s Read more…

Why bowling a 300 game still matters By Lucas Wiseman
29 Oct
2016
Written by Herbert Bickel

Why bowling a 300 game still matters By Lucas Wiseman »

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As scoring in bowling has skyrocketed over the years, bowlers have become numb to 300 games, especially at the elite level and Read more…

Should Svensson, Simonsen and Low be allowed to compete in the World Youth? By Lucas Wiseman
28 Jul
2016
Written by Herbert Bickel

Should Svensson, Simonsen and Low be allowed to compete in the World Youth? By Lucas Wiseman »

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After Sweden’s Jesper Svensson bowled a 300 game at the World Bowling Youth Championships on Wednesday, it set off a firestorm of criticism Read more…

Changing Lanes – By Ted Thompson
30 Jun
2016
Written by Herbert Bickel

Changing Lanes – By Ted Thompson »

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With the invention of the Read more…

Why Reno is still a must-visit city for bowlers By Lucas Wiseman
27 Jun
2016
Written by Herbert Bickel

Why Reno is still a must-visit city for bowlers By Lucas Wiseman »

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When you ask most bowlers in the United States about going to Reno, Nevada, they groan or complain. The USBC Open Championships have Read more…

Product Maintenance in the High Tech Era
7 Apr
2016
Written by Herbert Bickel

Product Maintenance in the High Tech Era »

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Just about everyone involved in the game of bowling on a sport level has learned that today’s high tech bowling balls need more Read more…

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