Posts Tagged ‘Sweeping’
If you are new to the third or skip position you know what a challenge it can be to call line. The person in control of the house is not meant to be a broom-holding statue. There’s so much more to it.
Every curler has burned or will burn a stone at some point (a burned stone is when a stone is touched while in motion by the throwing team).
This season at the Calgary Winter Club I decided to introduce a new program for beginner and intermediate curlers called The Toonie Tweak. I want to share what I did because it is successful and can easily be replicated at other clubs.
Teams are constantly missing shots because of poor communication. Notice I said teams and not just throwers.
I often get questions from beginners about stopwatches and how to use them. The truth is, while stopwatches can be a valuable tool, they are one best left alone when you’re starting out in curling.