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More Skills Improvement at Lauro Golf Bowling Club

July 2011 - Lauro Golf BC

Report & photos by John Carr


At the invitation of Terry Morgan, Club Captain, John Carr, Coordinator for Malaga province Instructors Group, ran a further morning of intensive training for bowlers at Lauro Golf BC in July. The weather was hot and challenging, but participants full of enthusiasm.

The subjects included: Casting the Jack, Improving Weight, Using other bowls in the head, Improving Line, Reading the Head & Building the Head. John managed to ease the problems of excessive heat by holding discussions under shade between each drill. Terry Morgan & Trevor Burgin did an excellent job as Rink Controllers.

The attendees were Claire Dye, Alan Bicknell, Margaret Bicknell, Pam Burgin, Tony Barnes, Brian Freeman, Angie Holt, Barry Holt, Jean Kirchem, Graham Wittridge. All agreed that the session had been well worthwhile and may well have contributed to Lauro Golf’s win over Benalmadena BC on the following Friday in the Triangular Cup, (lookout Mijas BC!).

If your club would like to run coaching sessions on any subjects relating to Lawn Bowls, including Beginners, Skill Improvement or Marking, please contact John Carr at johndavidcarr@bowlinginspain.com.

Terry Morgan, (left) conducts the Reading the Head session.
Trevor Burgin, (3rd left)  conducts the Reading the Head session.

If your Malaga Province club would like to run coaching sessions on any subjects relating to Lawn Bowls, including Beginners, Skill Improvement or Marking, please contact John Carr at johndavidcarr@bowlinginspain.com.

 

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