Bowling

Everyone is an Engineer at the US Open

Posted by Ronald Hickland on

This past week I had the opportunity to work at one of bowling’s most grueling events — The U.S. Open.  This event had competitors scared of the unknown oil pattern. Which proved to be very challenging and competitive. If you want help understanding a lane graph like this and how to play it, visit our website.  We offer a Lane Pattern Analysis Service.Special procedures were done by Kegel and the USBC to ensure that the lanes were flat.  This made them fair for competition.I worked on behalf of the PBA with the Xtraframe team alongside Mike Jakubowski and Jef Goodger....

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What in the world is "That Purple Stuff"???

Posted by Ronald Hickland on

One of the best parts of being an engineer is knowing how to develop products.  Being able to assemble a team with the right kind of talent accelerates bringing products to market.  Our goal at Creating The Difference is to improve bowler education.   We had an idea for a book called The Tournament Mindset.  That led us to develop a backpack with supplies to help bowlers perform better.  One of the products we included was a bowling ball cleaner.  So we decided to build our own.   We had 3 main goals when developing the cleaner Build a cleaner that...

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