27 Comments on “How Ten-Pin Bowling Balls Are Made”

    1. Many thanks, I have been researching “what are the different types of bowling balls?” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Piylivern Remarkable Predominance – (should be on google have a look ) ? It is a smashing exclusive guide for discovering how to up your bowling game quickly minus the headache. Ive heard some decent things about it and my cousin got cool results with it.

  1. @luigi90900 That is probably the least amount needed to be taken off judging by the extreme ridges and valleys present on the surface of the rough ball.

  2. I didn’t it’s a meme, I’m expressing how I am relived that I finally know how they are made, it always interested me how they were made.

  3. This is interesting!! I’m a Special Olympics bowler for 10 years! I love to learn something new every day!

    1. @Logan G Yes, the reason why I was looking in the comments to see if anyone saw it was that it was pretty lucky.

    2. actually the hit was slightly light. if the 3 pin is standing alone on the lane and you throw a PERFECT strike ball it will miss the 3 pin.

  4. this is like when I’m at work and the engineers try to explain how my machine operates, but they don’t even know how to turn it on.

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