USBC membership is roughly 1.2 million in the 2015/16 bowling season.
The top bowlers on the PBA tour usually hold an average in the 220s. The top 100 bowlers usually average 200 or better for a complete season on the tour.
Add all 4 scores together. Then divide by 4 (the number of bowlers) the number will be their average score.
Well, 128.75 is the average. Its estimated to 130... but why'd you need someone to answer it for you. Its simple math. It's Easily answerable in your head... well for me anyway... but i have an IQ of 149 which is ranked as genius.
To get the average, add the scores, then divide by 4 (since in this case there are 4 players).
Many people have bowled a 300 game. About 26,000 people a year. You can check the USBC website for a listing of sanctioned 300 game bowlers.
132+140+145+128 = 545 545/4 = 136.25 Answer: 136.25
First, you could contact the league secretary. If this was a USBC certified league, the USBC's website at bowl.com has an average lookup feature.
Only games bowled under a sanctioned league may receive recognition by the sanctioning organization that the league sanctioned with. For example, if the league is based in the US and did not sanction in USBC then scores will not be recognized for any USBC awards, including the 300 ring. Even if bowlers who are members of a non-sanctioned league bowl a 300, they can not qualify for any USBC awards if the league did not sanction.
132 + 140 + 145 + 128 = 545/4 = 136.25