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Your Bowling handicap depends on what league you're in. My handicap went from a 12 to a 33 when I switched leagues.

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scratch is a term used to describe a type of tournament format. Scratch bowling: is when all bowlers are credited with only their original score (no handicap)

It depends on how good the bowlers are and how close you want the teams to be in competition. If you have 14 five man teams(could be all men, all women, or mixed), and the majority of the bowlers have averages exceeding 200 you need to base your handicap on 210 being zero handicap. Those with averages below 210 would receive 70%, 80%' or 90% of the difference between their average and 210. The higher the % the closer the competition will be. Example: The difference between 210 and a 170 average is 40 pins. 90% of 40 is a 36 pin handicap. You would have to figure each bowlers handicap on one team and subtract that amount from other teams handicap. The difference would be added to the team with the lower total average. Another way would be to add each teams averages up and subtract that from 1050 and multiply that result by 90%. This way both teams receive handicap with the lower average team receiving more. These are just suggestions. Team captains usually have a meeting prior to the bowling season to determine league rules.

It depends on how the heads up scoring is setup. If you are just bowling heads up, then total pin count is all that is important, this would be scratch. If you are bowling with handicap, you take the total scratch pin count and add handicap, the higher score wins. If you are bowling in the Peterson System, with a per game point system, then the person with the most points at the end would be the victor.

Yes it can. Hopefully it won't change the winning team.

It all depends on how your bowling league wants it to be. I bowl regularly both in sport leagues and in leagues that are on the house pattern. Where I live for the house leagues the handicap is your average subtracted from 200. once you get that number multiply it by 90% or .9 and you should get your handicap. However if you average 220, you do not get negative handicap. In sport leagues your average is usually subtracted from 220 and then take 85% of the difference. In general, the way to find your handicap it to take your average and subtract it from a desired amount, usually 200 or 220. Once you get that you multiply it by what ever percentage you want it to be usually ranging from 80-90%....occasionally there will be 100% difference but that is really rare.

Each league sets a Number that would be higher than every bowler in the League. Then you subtract your average. Then you multiply it buy a percent set up by the league, usually around 90%. The result is a persons handicap. All remanders are dropped not rounded. Example: 200-180 average= 20 * 90%= 18 in this case the persons handicap would be 18

The possible score will depend on the average setup of the league, i.e 80%of 200, 90% of 200, 80% of 2xx?, etc. From there it will be 5 time the handicap if all team members have max handicap and have a very low average. You do the maths.

I'm pretty sure all bowling games are bowled at a bowling lane.

I honestly don't know how to work out averages on a calculator, but I do know to get a average you need to add up all the numbers and then divide by how many there are .. maybe that's what your looking for. In this example we will say there are three numbers 1,2,3 you add all those numbers up (1,2,3) and then you divide by three since there are three numbers and then that's your average. Example: 1+2+3/3 (One plus two plus three divided by three)

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There is a "yearbook" put out each year. This will contain the averages of all the sanctioned bowlers in your locale. If you do not have access to one, ask your league secretary or the front desk clerk for one. They should have one.

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