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An Introduction to the Sport of Bowling Many consider bowling to be a simple game but it is actually a complicated sport To begin to understand why bowling is so complicated you will need a little back round information first Such as the different kinds of lanes what oil is the different lane conditions how to keep score the different kinds of approaches what ball reactions are what the difference is between the three kinds of bowling balls and how to bowl Richardson First you need to know that there are two different kinds of lanes The most common type lane is the synthetic lane This type of lane is called synthetic because it is actually man made imitation wood The other type of lane is wood Wood lanes are called wood lanes because they are made of wood The synthetic lane is seen more often today since it is easier to maintain then the wood laneRichardson The synthetic lane is easier to maintain because the wood lanes have to have an oil finish on them to protect the lane from the ball when it is rolled on it So since the balls are rolled over and over on the lane the oil wears away and has to be applied at least twice a day Where as the synthetic lane are still oiled but not to protect the lane They get oiled to protect the ball because the synthetic lanes are engineered to be harder than the ball So they only have to oiled once every other day to protect the ball Richardson This oil that is put on the lane acts as a lubricant between the ball and the lane So the oil will make the ball skid down the lane more since friction is one of the main factors in the equation for hock This oil is what accounts for the different lane condition The lane condition is the amount of oil on
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