PRODIGY BOWLERS TOUR
Recorded April 20, 2019
For release on April 26, 2019
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A week after record scores on PRODIGY, we turned the tables on the kids this week and gave them one of the most difficult oil patterns they’ll ever see — Badger. At 52 feet in length, if you believe in the old saying, “Straighter is Greater,” then you’ll love today’s episode. Because with this long of an oil pattern, there won’t be much ball motion.
We bowled a 3-game Swiss to winnow the field down to the kids you’ll see today. Don’t know what a Swiss is? Just watch. We’ll tell you.
Today we crown two champions — one in the handicap division and one in the scratch division. Our handicap bowlers include one player who’s making his first appearance on PRODIGY BOWLERS TOUR, and he bounced his older brother in the final game of qualifying to do it.
Your play-by-play announcer is USBC Silver Certified Coach Randy Brown, a former PBA player who cashed in half the PBA tournaments he entered. Although it seems like a lifetime ago. Randy spends his days as a voice actor, saying silly things for radio stations like “The best mix of the ’80s, ’90s and now…” www.RandyBrownVO.com
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