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.
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In the US, the lanes must be inspected and approved by the United States Bowling Congress (USBC). The USBC sets the standards for bowling in the US.
The USBC is the United States Bowling congress. Some benefits of joining the USBC include access to their online information on the official USBC site.
USBC membership is roughly 1.2 million in the 2015/16 bowling season.
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A pacer is sometimes used in league bowling where a team does not have a complete roster and another person is allowed to bowl for purposes of helping keep the pace of the teams bowling.
You would need to contact USBC. I don't know if this statistic is published on USBC's Bowl.com website.
Not yet, but the USBC is hoping that it will someday.
That the league is recognized by the USBC (United States Bowling Congress), formerly ABC (American Bowling Congress) as a league. The USBC is the sanctioning body in the US. It means that they are the ones that set the rules and make sure they are followed.
The United States Bowling Congress (USBC), the santioning body over US bowling, is located in Arlington, TX.