Well it would all depend on how serious this person was about Bowling. There are no strict guide lines on how many times a bowler should practice a week to my knowledge and I think it is up to the bowler themselves.
depends on how many tournaments he wins
As of October, 2014 there are currently no tournaments scheduled in this area. However, there may be tournaments later in the year or early next year.
they get paid depending on how many tournaments they play in and how well they play in those tournaments. The average salary for a LPGA player is $35,337.32!!!!!!!!
It depends on how often they play or if they are professional, then how many tournaments they go to.
The generic usage is "a year""There are four major tennis tournaments a year.
You can participate in tournaments, then join junior leagues, and then when you are older, join the ATP.
The are about 300 professional bowlers in the USA registered with the Professional Bowling association, that has about 4300 members world wide. Bowling has greatly declined since its heyday in the 1970's when professional bowlers were akin to rock-stars today.
There is the Nppl, there are 4 tournaments.
Absolutely not! There are tournaments for all ages and all levels! Most tournaments have divisions for different ages. A ten-year-old would likely play in a U10-U12 age group with other children that are his/her age.
The steelers 2009-10