Pot bowling in tenpin bowling is when you are bowling for money. It may mean bowling against another player or a team against a team for an amount of money.
A bowling pacer is basically a substitute bowler who bowls when a team is short one player. However, his score does not count for the team on which he is bowling.
Lavern and Shirley's bowling team was called "The Big Shotz"
Both are correct.It's a matter of context, however both could be used interchangeably.For example:"How many players are on a bowling team?""My friend Aaron and I were on the same bowling team.""At my previous high school I bowled on a team that won the league.""I bowled on a team that won all the league awards."To help stress you may not be the only one, examples could be:"In bowling class, we bowled in teams of three.""There were five people bowling in each team.""Do you prefer bowling in a team of four or five?"
Bowling leagues like to have an even number of teams. If a league is short one team, then a "blind team" is added to make an even number of teams. Different leagues have different rules on how to handle the scores for the team bowling against the blind team.
Yes. In league bowling, the captain of each team can make official "calls" either on their own team or the other.