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Need a bowling coach? Not everyone does.

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One more thing about employing a bowling coach to help improve one’s game:

Not everyone needs a coach or even wants one.

Johnnie Englehart, among the super elite of San Fernando Valley bowlers, said recently that he doesn’t use a coach.

“I just talk to the guy in the mirror,” he joked.

Englehart, incidentally, doesn’t appear to need much assistance. He has blasted 52 perfect games and 60 800 series.

The right-handed Englehart averaged a remarkable 255 for 45 games in the 2005 summer “River Maniacs” league at Canoga Park Bowl.

Said Englehart: “I try to keep it simple. There’s not much effort to get the ball down the lane.”

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