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A beautiful and practical Bowling Score Record Book where you can write down your scores and take notes while playing with your team.
The perfect Bowling Score Notebook for a simple and efficient way to keep track of all your and your team scores. A Bowling score sheet is used to record the scores in a Bowling game. Even with automatic scoring, it's a good idea to know the fundamentals of keeping score in the sport of bowling. After all, you have to know how to keep score if you want to know what you need to bowl to beat your opponent for either competition or just for fun.
Bowling Score Keeper Features:
- Dedicated page for Name, Phone, and Email.
- 118 sheets to record your scores and track your progress.
- Has room for 9 players who bowl 10 frames.
- Dedicated space on each page for date, lane number, and additional notes.
- Premium Glossy-Finish covers design
- Printed on High Quality, Bright White paper.
- LARGE size - 8.5" x 11"
Scoring in Bowling Notebook Score Keeper
There are several symbols used when keeping score:
- "X" signifies a "strike" in which all ten pins have been knocked down by the first roll of the ball in a frame;
- "/" signifies a "spare" in which the remainder of the pins left standing after the first roll are knocked down on the second roll in a frame;
- "-" indicates that no pins were knocked down on that roll, called a "miss";
- "F" indicates a "foul" where a part of the bowler's body went past the foul line, which marks the boundary of the approach (the part of the lane where we walk and release the ball) and the lane itself, where the oil is placed and the ball rolls towards the pins;
- "O" around a number indicates that the pins left standing after the first roll is in a formation known as a "split." Splits occur when the headpin (the foremost pin) is knocked down, and there is a gap of at least one pin between all the others left standing. The terms "wide" and "washout" are used to define this situation except that the headpin was left standing. Sometimes, a "W" is used to indicate this situation, but that has generally gone out of use.
Special bonuses are awarded for strikes and spares. When a strike is bowled, the bowler is awarded the score of 10 (for knocking down all ten pins), plus he gets to add the total of his next two rolls to that frame. For a spare, the bowler gets the 10, plus the total number of pins knocked down on the next roll only. Every serious bowler aspires to bowl what is called the perfect game, as one of his or her goals. It helps you keep a history of the bowling games and you can watch at any time back at your notes and seeing how much your game has improved. This perfect Bowling Game Record Sheets will safely keep all your sheets with results and notes in one handy book.
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