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it would depend on the score of the fourth shot therefore it would be 70 plus the next 2 shots.
A perfect game is 12 consecutive strikes, just as in tenpin bowling. That would result in a score of "300". To date, this feat has not been accomplished.
Bowling scores would be a positive correlation because the higher the score, the better the game. Golf scores would be negative correlations because the higher the score, the worse you are playing.
Bowling 12 strikes in a row, which would be the equivalent of 120 physical pins, would score to be a 300.
300 is a perfect game. Most would consider 200 to be "par".
a perfect score in 10 pin is 300, so the highest score in the wii ten pin would be the same
The top score possible in bowling is a 300 which can only be achieved by getting a strike in every frame. There are only a select few people who have ever acheived this and there is an official record of their names. Because of the scoring type used in bowling, getting a spare in every frame- ie, knocking down the same number of pins as in a 300 game- will give you a 200 score. Typically a good bowling score at a league level (a league being a competitive bowling club) would be over 175. For social bowlers who do not bowl as regularly, a good score would be around 130ish. No cheating tho, bumpers down. ;)
That would depend on what the count of the spare was. If it was ten strikes in a row, then 9 /, the score would be a 289 game. If it was an 8 /, it would be a 288 game and so on.
Probably around 90 to 100
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