Bowling a ball is a natural thing for human beings to do – as natural as throwing or catching. Coaching players in the art of delivering a bowl, then, should place emphasis on what feels natural to the bowler, within certain guidelines dictated by the laws of physics. The authors’ experience in coaching has shown them that physical techniques can be taught in no time, which means that it is a sport at which it is relatively easy to become proficient. After that initial coaching of technique, experience in the form of matchplay and practice ensures gradual improvement. The process of improvement beyond mere physical expertise, however, depends on mental preparation. The power of positive thinking is graphically displayed on the bowling green, and is the principal difference between success and failure. The authors do not profess to know everything about bowls – far from it – but they have learned through their own progress in the game, as well as that of the people they have coached, that the methods described in this book really work. They work to the degree that they can guarantee improvement in your game, regardless of the level you are playing at now, or of your past experiences. If you follow the system described here, the authors promise results, and greater success than you’ve ever enjoyed before. Hardcover, 200 pages. In excellent preloved condition.