Jason Belmonte

Belmo's Art of Bowling


Enough is enough - Time to take a stand and fight back By Jason Belmonte

JasonBelmonteArtofBowling_small.jpg I have simply had enough. Bowlers get talked down to the members of the public. They are disrespected in mainstream media, and as an industry we have an obligation. We, the owners of bowling centers, tours, ball companies, shoe companies, grips companies and all the bowlers of the world have a responsibility to 'get bowlings back'. Why do I feel so strongly about this all of a sudden? Truth is, I have always felt this way, but recently this last straw broke my back.

Belmo's Art of Bowling


One Is the Loneliest Number By Jason Belmonte

JasonBelmonteArtofBowling_small.jpg I have not really had a proper coach my entire bowling career. I had lost faith in coaches growing up because of how they wanted me to bowl, rather than helping by develop and hone my unique style and skill. I basically learned everything I know from listening to bowlers, asking questions and through my own experiences. By the time I was 24 I had traveled the world twice over, and I was killing at every event I bowled in. I felt things were easy for me during this part of my career.



Belmo's Art of Bowling

JasonBelmonteArtofBowling_small.jpg One of the world’s greatest news resources in bowling the industry is www.bowlingdigital.com. It’s a daily routine for me to visit and read about what’s going on in the world of our beloved game. Its very existence proves how global bowling has become in the last 10 years. So many news stories, results, live streaming videos and pictures from the 4 corners of this world can be found right here. That’s why I was thrilled to have to the chance to write a monthly column for the site.

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