While professional form is not needed to have a good time bowling, you definitely need to be a little bit better than the amateur in this video, whose throw is so bad it destroys an entire bowling alley.

By Extra Mustard
January 06, 2016

Despite its reputation as a leisurely sport, bowling is very hard. Pros work for years to hone their craft and can win big money on the PBA circuit, while most of us struggle just to avoid the gutters.

While professional form is not needed to have a good time at the lanes, you definitely need to be a little bit better than the amateur in the above video, whose throw is so bad it destroys an entire bowling alley.

• Pro runners offer advice to Mark Zuckerberg

Every new skill has a learning curve, but it seems unlikely that this happened to Dick Weber the first time he picked up a bowling ball.

You May Like