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If that bowling quiz was too difficult, here’s some help

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For those of you who took Sunday’s bowling quiz and failed to get a perfect score, this is for you:

An extra-credit question.

And to get in the mood of taking this extra-credit question, here’s some more bowling humor:

“If you don’t knock all the pins down on the first ball, please spare me the details.”

OK, now that you’re ready (hopefully!), here goes:

Extra credit – What is the best way to improve one’s bowling score?

a) Practice

b) Find a coach or trusted friend who can observe your technique and provide suggestions for corrections

c) Seek out a role model, such a pro bowler, and look closely at his or her style and see if you can incorporate those methods, where appropriate

d) When you’re home, visualize what you’re doing right and wrong with your bowling rhythm and visualize those changes on your next bowling outing.

e) All the above

The answer is below:

* This question and answer was thought up exclusively by this examiner.com bowling writer of more than two years and has not been sanctioned by either the Professional Bowlers Assn. or the United States Bowling Congress

Extra credit answer:

e*

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