In Bowling, 'scratch' means without the handicap added in. A scratch game is the actual score of the game, whereas a handicap game is the scratch game and the handicap added together. So 'high game scratch' would be the highest game a person in the league or tournament bowled without adding in the handicap. For example, someone with a 12 handicap bowls a 249. The 'scratch' score is 249, the handicap score is 261.
A scratch score is an unadjusted score; that is, it does not take a bowler's handicap into account. A series score is the combined score over 3 games. So "high series scratch" means the highest score for a 3-game series, without adding in handicap. This is often posted in bowling alleys along with other league stats.
Usually it means the total from the normally 3 games bowled during league night, without any handicap added, ranked high to low.
It is the score bowled plus the bowler's handicap added to it.
Normally if you scratch on the 8-ball there is no ball in hand because the game ends and you lose.
each frame bowled in a game either was a strike or a spare was converted on the second ball.
A frame is the term used to designate the portions of the game used to determine the score.
A four in bowling means you knocked down 4 bowling pins.
in Fahrenheit 451 what doe scratch mean?
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.
Its a score that qualifies for an award. Usually meaning 300 - 299 - 298 or an 800 series (3 game total).
In bowling, CG stands for Center of Gravity and is the area of a bowling ball that is the heaviest.
it depends what you mean by "scratch".if you mean scratch a back, then no. the first few times they do, but then it gets annoying.ifyou mean "other places",if you know what i mean,then yeeeees!