PRODIGY BOWLERS TOUR — Episode 78
“December Beat Down”
Today’s show originates from Brunswick Zone Roswell in Roswell, GA
Recorded on Saturday, December 1, 2018
For release on Friday, December 7, 2018
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On this week’s PRODIGY, for the first time ever, we flip the script and begin the show with the Scratch Division stepladder finals. Then, we turn our attention to today’s main event, the Handicap Division stepladder. Because, you see, for the first time ever, we actually had more handicap bowlers in the field this week than we had scratch players. Besides, it’s the holiday season, and it just seemed like the right thing to do to give our lower average players a shot at being in the spotlight for a change. And as I think you’ll agree, they did not disappoint.
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Your play-by-play monkey is USBC Silver Certified Coach and former PBA player Randy Brown. Randy serves as the Volunteer Youth Director at Brunswick Zone Roswell in Roswell, Georgia, a northern suburb of the greater Atlanta metro area. He is also the creator and executive producer of PRODIGY BOWLERS TOUR. And yes, he responds to most comments left here. (He’s the one posting under the name “Brownswick Bowling.”)
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Here’s our taping schedule through the holiday season:
12/8/2018 – PRODIGY taping
12/15/2018 – PRODIGY taping
12/22/2018 – We’re OFF
12/29/2018 – We’re OFF
1/5/2019 – We’re back from break and will be taping PRODIGY
We always welcome visitors to PRODIGY. You don’t have to bowl league with us to participate. We start at around 12:30 PM each Saturday. If you’re visiting, please contact Coach Randy, either through the Facebook group or through his website, www.Brownswick.com.