PRODIGY BOWLERS TOUR
“Best Ball Doubles 2019”
Recorded May 4, 2019
For release on May 10, 2019
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On today’s edition of PRODIGY BOWLERS TOUR, we began the day with ten young bowlers and winnowed the field down to eight in a two-game qualifier. Those eight players were paired up — four scratch bowlers and four handicap bowlers — into four doubles teams, each one comprised of a scratch player and a handicap player, for a Best Ball Doubles competition.
In Best Ball, both partners receive an opportunity to strike in the frame (unless the first one strikes). If neither one strikes, they choose which spare to shoot, and the one who left it sits down as his partner shoots the spare.
We’ve done Best Ball on PRODIGY before, but never with a combination of scratch and handicap players.
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