A series of strikes in Bowling is called an x-bagger; for example, four strikes in a row is a four-bagger.
In addition, two strikes in a row is called a 'double', while three is called a 'triple' or a 'turkey'. Six in a row has long been called a 'six-pack'; while strings of four and five have recently acquired the nicknames 'hambone' and 'yahtzee' respectively.
5 strikes in a row in bowling is called a "Lamb Shank"
The term for three strikes in a row is called a three bager.for fun bowling a turkey.
A colossal letdown. Twelve strikes is a perfect game.
It is called a "Lobster Tail"
Bowling has strikes and spares.
A perfect game.
It would be 3 turkeys since a single turkey is 3 strikes.
The nickname for 6 strikes in a row is commonly referred to as a Six Pack.
its called a four bagger
There is nothing called a "birdie" in bowling. There is however a "turkey" which is to bowl three consecutive strikes in a game.
Three strikes in a row is called a turkey.
A perfect game or 300.
That would be called a Turkey.
Five Strikes in a row in Bowling is a Brot. Coming from the term of the number of Brots that come in a package. Six Strikes in a row in Bowling is a Six Pack Seven Strikes in a row in Bowling is a T-Bone Eight is a Sir Loin Nine is a prime rib Ten Is a Double Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner.
the most possible in one game is 12. in a series: 36
It is now called Yahtzee!5 consecutive strikes in bowling is called a 5-bagger.There are no special names for strikes other than hambone/double for two consecutive strikes, turkey for three consecutive strikes, and clover for four consecutive strikes. Anything after that is call a "x bagger." X = the number of consecutive strikes thrown. For example. If you threw seven strikes in a row, it would called a seven bagger.5 baggerIn bowling if a person were to get 3 strikes in a row, at anytime in a game, that's called a " Turkey ". 5 strikes in row is called a " Goose " , 10 in a row is a "swan" and ,12 in row is of course a " perfect game ".
3 consecutive strikes.
Eleven Bagger, Front Eleven, Back Eleven.