Knock down the most pins in 10 frames. Get consecutive spares and strikes to earn more points!
First Response:Three Turkeys.Second Response:If you are looking at it as a turkey is a strike thrown in three consecutive frames, then the answer is three. If you look at a turkey as three consecutive strikes, then the answer is four. There are twelve possible strikes in a perfect game of bowling (12 / 3 = 4).
Most people refer five consecutive strikes as a five bagger.
According to bowlingball.com: "With a string of 40 in-a-row, LPBT champion Jeanne Naccarato, Tacoma Wash, is recognized as the most prolific stringer of strikes in history. She had 33 consecutive strikes in an 864 series, then started off her next game with seven more."
Lauren Prohaska, a graduate from Bowling Green University. She made 73 consecutive free throws.
The record for most consecutive strikes in the United States Bowling Congress is 47 and that string included 3 consecutive 300 games. That answer doesn't address possible better strings in the international arena.
The answer is 42 strikes in one min.
Inazawa Grand Bowl in Japan is the bowling center with the greatest number of bowling lanes and currently holds the Guinness World Record. The center features 116 consecutive lanes.
First Answer: A "turkey" or a "gobbler" consists of throwing strikes in three consecutive frames Second Answer: A turkey is bowling lingo for three strikes in a row. Probably, the most famous score for amateur and professional bowlers alike. This is partly due to the fact it has an unusual name, and partly because even a beginner can get one. The term dates back to before the turn of the 20th century. In those years, scoring was much more difficult and to get three strikes in a row was quite an achievement. During Thanksgiving or Christmas week, the proprietor would present a live turkey to the first person on each team who scored three consecutive strikes. For an explaination in scoring a turkey see related questions link below. Three strikes in a row Third answer: Three ducks in a row