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C : D : E
: F : G : H : I
: J : K : L
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: S : T : U
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: Y : Z
- Half hit
Midway between a full and a light hit.
Pins awarded to individuals or teams in an attempt to equalize
- Hard way
1)Rolling 200 by alternating strikes and spares (Dutch 200), 2)
Making the 2-7 or 3-10 by deflecting the front pin into the back,
rather than hitting both pins with the ball.
- Head pin
Front or Number 1 pin of a rack.
- High board
Due to atmospheric conditions, a board in a lane may expand or
contract a tiny bit, but enough to change the course of a ball
rolling in that area. Most boards contract, leaving a low area
or a low board, but it is still (mis)termed a high board.
- High hit
1)Ball contacting a pin near its center, 2) A first ball that
hits the center of the head pin.
More to the left (for right-handers, and vice versa for lefties).
- Hold, holding alley
A lane that resists the hooking action of a ball.
1) The 1-3 pocket, 1-2 for lefties; 2) another name for 'split'
(railroad), 4) an open
- Home alley
Favorite lane or pair of lanes for individual or teams.
A good ball.
A ball that breaks to the left for right-handers and to the right
- Hook alley
A lane on which the ball will hook easily.
When a bowler or team starts lining up strikes.
- House ball
Bowling ball provided by the center.
$28.99 - $38.95
$135.99 - $147.95
$128.99 - $139.99
$57.95 - $77.50
$131.99 - $143.99
$34.95 - $49.99