Yes I have bowled several, though not at the same time.
There is a very long list of bowlers in the IBHOF who have bowled a sanctioned 300 game.
A 300 game counts anytime you bowl it. However if it is not santioned you dont get all the perks and recognition. I know bowlers that average 150 that have bowled a 300 and bowlers with 200+ average that have not.
Many people have bowled a 300 game. About 26,000 people a year. You can check the USBC website for a listing of sanctioned 300 game bowlers.
I am part of a bowling team and i dont know many people who have bowled a 300/perfect game. i do know a few good players though and i have seen people bowl 300. x
no it is not to find out a average you need to add all the games you had together and divide it by the amount of games you bowled example: say i bowled a 168 156 and a 170 add them together that makes 494 since i bowled 3 games i dived it 3 so 494 dived 3 makes your average 164
First off, you get the pride and satisfaction of having rolled a perfect game, something that fewer than one in a thousand league bowlers have ever done.If you do so in a sanctioned league or tournament, you will also earn a ring or other commemorative item from the USBC (United States Bowling Congress) or the equivalent sports body in your nation. Should you be so lucky as to have multiple 300s, special commemorative rings or trophies are available.In certain tournaments, such as the PBA tour, bowling a 300 in the finals (and sometimes the semifinals) may entitle you to a cash or merchandise bonus.
If you bowled a game and then bowled 100 or more pins above or below that score, you centuried yourself. For example, if you bowled a 268 and then bowled a 156, you centuried yourself.
I bowled 4 consecutive perfect games in Wii bowling and 6 consecutive strikes in the next game for a total of 54 consecutive strikes. A few months later I bowled 5 consecutive perfect games in Wii bowling and 6 consecutive strikes in the next game for a new record of 66 consecutive strikes. Ray
Floretta McCutcheon was one of the greatest women bowlers of all time and is a member of the Women's International Bowling Congress Hall of Fame. She bowled 10 perfect games and eleven 800 series. Many of the records and scores she bowled are not recognized because they came during exhibitions and unsanctioned matches. Her accomplishments in the game are made much more amazing when you consider she did not start bowling until the age of 35. Click on the 'Floretta McCutcheon' link below the answer to read an article about her life and accomplishments.
It is not a known statistic, however for USBC, you can compare the list of names of who bowled a 300 and how many bowled an 800 and then how many of those who bowled an 800 had a 300.
In the United States, that is Fran Lasee who was 89 years old when he bowled a 300 game in January, 2010 at the Willow Creek Lanes in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Click on the 'Oldest US 300 Bowler" link below to read the story.