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Thread: Use of a bowling arm.

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    With the bowling arm, I would agree - but if you look at the issue (natural v artifiical) more widely, I have to wonder: just think of the speeds that double amputees were getting up to with the 'blade' artificial legs as pioneered by Oscar Pistorious. There are still debates about those.

    Still, you're absolutely right that determination is the main factor for disabled folk doing well.

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    Over Analysing the game.

    It's a simple game really.
    If anyone can save Bowls in England, this Man Can http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/foo...owls-team.html .

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    "Over Analysing the game" - Probably: the thinking-man's burden! It could be worse.

    As with most games/sports, I like to think/analyse whilst not playing, then rely on my 'game' whilst playing - especially in golf, too much thought whilst playing is a killer: go with what you've got on the day.

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