Your timing is off. It sounds like the ball is getting ahead of you. One solution is to change from a 4 step to a 5 step delivery.
When you go past the foul line in bowling, it is called a foul.
a foul is when you step over the black line when the floor meets the bowling lane
well you do this and that and that constituts a foul in bowling stepping over the foul line at the lane before you let go
There isn't. There is a foul if crossing the foul lone.
60 feet from foul line to center of head pin.
Most basic fouls would be bowling out of turn, crossing the foul line and using the wrong lane :-)
It is 60 feet from the foul line to the bowling pins.
An "F" is used for fouls.
It is called the Foul Line
It is called a foul. And the line is called a foul line.
60 feet to center of head pin from the foul line.
It is the line where the approach meets the lane.
A standard bowling alley is 60 feet from the foul line to the cantre of the No. 1 pin
A regulation 10-pin bowling lane is 60 feet from the foul line to the headpin.
Exactly the same length as in tenpin bowling: 60 feet from the foul line to the headpin.
The approach area is 15 feet long from beginning to foul line. From foul line to the head pin (#1 pin) is 60 feet.
Generally, bowling does not use officials. In sanctioned tournaments, if the foul sensors do not work, then there is suppose to be one or two line judges watching to make sure someone does not step over the foul line.
A bowling lane is 60 feet long from foul line to the center of the headpin, and 62 feet 10 inches from the foul line to the back of the pins. It can range from 41-42 inches wide.