In typical league Bowling, a series is three games. Bowling an 800 series is considered to be an achievement about four times more difficult than bowling a 300 (perfect) game. Every time a bowler earns an 800 series in league bowling, the score is reviewed and then sanctioned by the United States Bowling Congress, and then entered into that bowler's permanent file.
High game is for 1 individual game and high series is the total of 3 consecutive games.
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.
There is no solid definition for a round of bowling. There is a game of bowling. Three games is referred to as a series. In league bowling, usually that nights "round" of bowling consists of three games per bowler or one series.
High Velocity Bowling happened in 2007.
3 games in a series
total pinfall of three games of bowling (max: 900)
it depents what type of bowling you are doing in Canadian there is 5 pin bowling which the high score in that is 450 but in 10 pin bowling the high is 300
bowling a perfect game at 300
High Velocity Bowling was created on 2007-12-07.
It is the total pinfall of three games of bowling The maximum you can get is 900 (300 each game)
900 is a perfect series in tenpin bowlling.
As of February 25th, 2015, there are currently 27 recognized 900 series bowled in sanctioned leagues from the United States Bowling Congress.