Top Shots: Splits And Strikes From The Second Round Of Qualifying At The 2020 PBA Jonesboro Open

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Enjoy the sights and sounds of split conversions and strikes in the second round of qualifying at the 2020 PBA Jonesboro Open.

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14 Comments on “Top Shots: Splits And Strikes From The Second Round Of Qualifying At The 2020 PBA Jonesboro Open”

    1. 2-8-10 is very difficult assuming you a a right under. i have picked up the 4-7-10 several times but never the 2-8-10 even with backup balls

    2. 4-7-10 is kinda easy, I’ve made it multiple times, but if your asking me, the 6-7-10 is more difficult than the 4-7-10

    3. Those are completely different pin layouts but the 2 8 10 is much more difficult for a right handed bowler than the 4 7 10 I’ve personally made around 20 4 7 10s and only 1 2 8 10. I should say it would make more sense to say is the 4 7 10 harder or the 6 7 10 harder because they are basically the same split. It just depends on what hand you bowl with.

    4. 2-8-10. 4-7-10 is a conventional spare shot as you slide the 4 into the 10 and the ball covers the 7. However, the 2-8-10 is much more difficult. Cheers.

  1. What I have learned from this: Don’t say you can bowl on tour if you can’t average 220 on sport shots and make the 2-4-10 split at will.

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