Our event this weekend was at Bowlero Mesa and we had a pretty good turnout considering that there were a couple of other events going on around the Valley. We had 113 total entries (76 qualifying & 37 economy parlay) for 3 squads, with 29 prize winners and a 1 in 3.89 cash ratio. We paid out over $6,200 in main and side event prize funds. The players bowled on a the 39ft WTBA Seoul oil pattern which is a medium pattern that allowed bowlers to play from a variety of angles. Scores were up and down all day as the pattern transitioned differently from pair to pair depending on how it was being broken down. Some lanes you had to play deep, but others you had to straighten up your line to get the ball to enter the pocket correctly. The bowlers that were able to figure out their pairs were able to stay out of trouble. The average cut scores to the quarterfinals were about +30 which meant that you just had to get 5-10 pins over your average per game to advance to the Quarterfin
Our event this weekend was at Bowlero Mesa and even we had a pretty good turnout. We had 116 total entries (78 qualifying and 38 economy parlay), with 28 cashers a 1 in 4.14 cash ratio, paying out over $7,200.00 in main and side event prizes! The players bowled on the 38ft Atlanta pattern that proved to be very difficult. The cut scores were all very low being around +20, which means the players just needed to bowl near their average for series to advance. The pattern did allow for players to play a variety of angles though and the key for the day was minimizing mistakes and making spares!
This weekend’s event was at Bowlero Mesa and we had another great turnout! We would see a record 72 bowlers on our very first squad and we would see 154 total entries (95 qualifying and 59 economy parlays), had 40 prize winners, a 1 in 3.82 cash ratio and paid out over $7,650.00 in main and side event prize funds. The players bowled on a very tough 41ft Kegel Arsenic oil pattern that seemed to get harder as the day went on. The key to this pattern was to leave makeable spares and try not to split or miss any spares. Those that were able to pick up their spares and get near their average were able to advance to the quarterfinals.
This weekend’s event was at Bowlero Mesa and we had a great turnout! We would see 136 total entries (97 qualifying and 39 economy parlays), had 40 prize winners, a 1 in 3.4 cash ratio and paid out over $7,750.00 in main and side event prize funds. The players bowled on a very tough 38ft USBC Open Championships Team pattern that played very tight as the day went on. The key to this pattern was to leave makeable spares and not try to get into too much trouble. Those that were able to pick up their spares and get a few pins above average were able to advance to the quarterfinals.
Our event this weekend was a huge one! We had 114 total entries with 78 qualifying entries and 36 economy parlay entries. We paid out over $6,200 in main and side event prize funds! The players bowled on a very touchy 44ft PBA Carmen Salvino oil pattern allowed bowlers to attack the pattern from multiple angles. The bowlers that were able to keep repeating their shot and leave makeable spares would see the most success. If you missed just a bit inside or out, then you ended up with a split or a tough spare. The pattern would be high scoring as the day went on and bowlers were able to break it down enough to allow some miss room and scores would increase in the later squads.