One of the most unique two-handed bowling styles you’ll ever see

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2014 USBC Masters competitor Bryan Bourget throws one of the most unique strike deliveries in the sport of bowling. Bourget averaged 193 for the opening five games of the tournament. For more info, or to subscribe to Xtra Frame, visit pba.com or xtraframe.tv.

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25 Comments on “One of the most unique two-handed bowling styles you’ll ever see”

  1. I wonder if he hooks it that way to stop him from overhooking the ball with the way the wrist naturally comes to a stop.

  2. I wonder if he hooks it that way to stop him from overhooking the ball with the way the wrist naturally comes to a stop.

  3. Wow, a two handed back up ball. I know some people who throw one handed back up balls, but I’ve never seen a two handed back up ball.

  4. Doesnt seem to hit the pins nearly as hard as the usual right side 2 handers. Unique tho…never though of trying that.

  5. I’ve seen him roll it normally and he throws it better that way, I asked him why he throws a backup ball most of the time and he said, “Because the left side is easier.” I’m not kidding

    1. Thats funny because I asked him why he threw a back up ball right handed and he said , he was a wannabe south Paul! Because in real life, righty’s Absolutely suck vinegary smelly balls! lefty’s Rule bitches! But only real lefty’s!

  6. I can bowl on that style too. I’m a two handed bowler as well, but I did this style for picking up spares

    1. How do you do it two handed? I usually try spinning it clockwise with one hand and it’s super awkward and inconsistent.

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