If you are a young woman bowler who wants to apply for a college bowling scholarship then you should consider attending a showcase or bowling camp. Bowling summer camps will provide you with very specific additional training and development and you get seen by the people that count, the college coaches.

NCAA Bowling is growing fast. the application of Title IX and the sport’s recognition by the NCAA has increased scholarship opportunities dramatically.

There are plenty of bowling camps held each year across the USA. Summer camps usually provide a 3-5 day experience with qualified coaches and programs designed to improve your bowling. Sports camps offer Instruction that is provided by some of the top collegiate bowling coaches.

There are a lot of great bowling camps throughout the country that will help you improve your game including, elite bowling clinics, bowling instruction summer camps, bowling showcases, college bowling camps, college bowling prospect camps and summer bowling camps most of the year. Individual attention is usually offered to all bowlers and there is plenty of time devoted to actually bowling.

Some Junior colleges also offer bowling as a scholarship sport.

A lot of these camps will have college bowling coaches coming to watch you play but you need to make sure that you pick a bowling camp that are run by the colleges and the college coach. You will get to see what the coach is looking for and YOU WILL BE SEEN.

I get asked by young bowlers all the time, “how can I get the bowling coach or scout come to watch me play”?

Well it’s a very simple answer, attend a summer bowling camp at the college.

Oil on the Ball

If you want your ball to curve, then you need to keep it as dry as possible. The friction actually assists the ball to curve. The bowling alleys are oiled, so, as a consequence, the ball picks up oil as it rolls down the lane. To keep your ball dry, use a towel before to dry the ball before you roll the ball.

Are you ready for the NEXT STEP!