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Oil Patterns

Oil conditioner is applied to the lane in a pattern which affects ball reaction as it goes down the lane. Originally oil was put on the lanes to protect the surface from damage, but by spreading it uneven across the lane it becomes bowling oil pattern. Oil pattern becomes even more important part of the sport with usage of "lane machine" and bowling players must continuously adjust their methods and strategies to be the best on the challenging lane conditions. The most sport oil patterns are done by Kegel and Brunswick, so it's very important that bowling players can read Oil patterns program sheets.

Check the Kegel webinar: How to read a program sheet by John Janawicz.

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TOP Oil patterns by Average

2014 - Brunswick Euro Challenge

Length: 39, Ratio: 2.90
Average
205.94

2014 - Brunswick Madrid Challenge

Length: 40, Ratio: 0.00
Average
202.99

DBA Phoenix

Length: 42, Ratio: 4.50
Average
200.67

Highway To Hell - 40µl

Length: 40, Ratio: 2.08
Average
199.44

2014 - ECC

Length: 40, Ratio: 2.97
Average
197.65

2014 - Brunswick Estonian Open

Length: 38, Ratio: 2.50
Average
196.83

2014 - Qatar Open

Length: 39, Ratio: 2.50
Average
196.61

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