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.
In 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 ".
It is called a '5-bagger' or 'ham bone'
There is no offical term, but I call it a 5-Pack.
5 strikes in a row in bowling is called a "Lamb Shank"
Most people refer five consecutive strikes as a five bagger.
3 strikes in a row is called a "Turkey" 4 in a row is called a "Hambone" 5 in a row in called a "Lamb Shank" 6 in a row is called a "Fillet Mignon" 7 in a row is called a "Lobster Tail"
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.
Pink Five Strikes Back was created in 2004.
It is called Total Drama Chris Strikes Again.
Answer One: A bagger in bowling refers to the number of strikes in a row someone has. For example if someone had five strikes in a row, they had a five bagger in their game. Most people don't start using the term bagger until the fourth or fifth frame because two in a row is called a double, three in a row is called a turkey and since Rob Stone has been commentating on ESPN's showings of the PBA, a four bagger is often called a hambone. Answer Two: A Sand Bagger is one who does not bowl to the best of their ability all of the time, to keep their average lower and increase their handicap. Many bowlers look at this as a form of cheating since they consider it unsportsman like.