Seven-time PBA tour champion Robert Smith joins me to discuss his experiments with heavier pins as a way to combat the high scores. Take a look at Robert’s videos by checking out our Facebook page to see the difference in pin action. Robert also shares his thoughts on the game today, and how he would implement the heavier pins. We also talk about the USBC Open, and the high scores in years past.
Don’t forget to check out all the great articles mentioned by BTM Owner Bill Sempsrott. Article one on Demystifying Ball Manufacturers’ Websites, two on Exorcising Your Mental Ghosts, and three on Performance Analysis to Improve Your Game – Part 2.
Editors Note: A few things regarding Roberts comments about PBA averages. Jason Belmonte’s highest average over the course of a season is 228.81. Also during the 2000’s many players averaged in the 220’s including Walter Ray Williams Jr. twice leading the tour with a 227.04 in the 2004-2005 season and a 228.34 in 2007-2008 season. Thanks to Jeff Richgels for bringing this to my attention.
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