How to Bowl Spinner Style

Learn how to bowl spinner style from world record-holding bowler Byron Toth in this Howcast video.

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My name is Byron Toth. I'm owner/operator of Toth's Score Mor Pro Shop located here in Scores Fun Center in Painesville, Ohio. I'm a world record holder. I have multiple 300 games and an 800 series. And I'm here to talk about bowling. Spinner style bowling is best suited for throwing on lanes that are very dry, because a spinner style ball hooks very little; mainly due to its low track, it's almost spinning like a top, and it's increased axis tilt. Meaning that, the axis points more up in the air as it's going down the lane, due to the low track. Rich demonstrates the spinner style. Please note his timing, his hand release, hand position at the point of release, where his axis point is, which is marked with tape on the ball, and the number of revolutions he imparts on the ball.

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    Byron Toth is the owner/operator of Toth's Score Mor ProShop in Painesville, Ohio. Mr. Toth is a world-record holder, having bowled multiple 300 games. He has been bowling for more than 60 years.