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Bowling Resources: Recommended Bowling Books and DVDs

Here at we’ve put together a lot of free strategy articles designed to teach you how to start bowling successfully. But if you’re serious about reaching an even higher level and mastering the game, we recommend the following bowling books and DVDs from some of the biggest names in professional bowling.

Norm Duke’s Learn to Bowl Competitively DVD

Norm Duke is a PBA Hall of Fame member and a living legend in the sport of bowling. His Learn to Bowl Competitively DVD consists of an impressive 20 detailed bowling lessons with great visuals, in-depth demonstrations and practice exercises you can use to take your bowling game to the next level.

The DVD is great for bowlers looking to raise their average considerably, bowl a better hook, or get an edge for an upcoming league or tournament.

Find out more by clicking the box to the right. You can watch an introductory video as well as a sneak preview of three of the lessons!

Recommended Bowling Books

Dean Hinitz is the leading authority on bowling psychology, and his book Focused for Bowling teaches you how to control your thoughts and develop the skills needed to overcome the tough mental situations you’ll encounter in bowling.

When you cross over to the competitive game, the pressure can often seem overwhelming, and Hinitz teaches you techniques for staying calm and avoiding mental mistakes.
Read more about Focused for Bowling

We also recommend Bowling: How to Master the Game by Parker Bohn III and Bowling eXecution by John Jowdy (available as an ebook), both of which offer detailed techniques and instruction from highly respected bowling coaches.

Find out more about these books on, where you can read user reviews, editorial reviews, publisher information and more. Click on any of the three recommended books below to view more.


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