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 Post subject: Pattern for youth tourny
 Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 2:33 pm Post Number: #1 Post
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This is the Pattern for a tournament my son will be bowling on this Sunday.. I am horrible at reading the graphs.

Anyone wanna take a look and give suggestions as to best way to attack early and later in the 5 game block..

http://nebula.wsimg.com/7c3876803e854301f91103731fee5767?AccessKeyId=8BEEFA802DF782A719E8&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

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 Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:19 pm Post Number: #2 Post
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From what I gather:

42 Ft.
25.9 ml
1.7-1 on the left, 2.0-1 on the right

My analysis:
Mid-length pattern = anywhere on the lane may be playable depending on topography
Mid-volume pattern = any type of equipment may play depending on bowler style; 4 2-2 loads is neither light nor super heavy
Ratio less than 2-1 = TOUGH

Looking at the graph, it seems a bit asymmetrical - does the house have topography issues that favors lefties? To me, it looks like the right side of the pattern has a little shape to help them more than lefties. Overall though, it looks like a very tough pattern on paper.


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 Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:31 pm Post Number: #3 Post
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Total volume looks to be almost 33 mL. That is quite a bit, especially at that length (wood house?).

It also states there is one oiling for the day so not sure if they are preparing for more than one shift.


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 Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:49 pm Post Number: #4 Post
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Total volume looks to be almost 33 mL. That is quite a bit, especially at that length (wood house?).

It also states there is one oiling for the day so not sure if they are preparing for more than one shift.


WHOA. I only picked up the forward application, not the reverse - my bad. 33mL is HEAVY.


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 Posted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 2:02 pm Post Number: #5 Post
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The Youth Tournaments my son bowls in uses various patterns, they also use a good bit of college patterns.

They are 1 day events with no reoils. The pattern sheet most likely had that reoil info because it was used at a college sectional event. Where there were multiple shifts.

Lanes this will be used on are synthetic. not sure of the age, but he has bowled here before and i do not remember them as being high friction.

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PAP 4 1/2-> 3/4 up
ROTATION 20 - 30
TILT 11.5*
MPH 16.7 MONITOR
RPM 350-375
http://WWW.VisionaryBowling.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lQgu7EqML0 Raven Attack


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Here's some additional info

The color pattern graph of the lane pattern and the sport bowling calculations done at the time.

Attachment:
2017 ITC lane maintenance report.pdf



The complete 2017 Intercollegiate Team / Singles Championship Sectional Lane Maintenance Report can be seen here.

https://www.11thframe.com/pzn/blog/9244/2017%20ITC%20and%20ISC%20lane%20maintenance%20report.pdf


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 Posted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:23 pm Post Number: #7 Post
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ICURNVS wrote:
The Youth Tournaments my son bowls in uses various patterns, they also use a good bit of college patterns.

They are 1 day events with no reoils. The pattern sheet most likely had that reoil info because it was used at a college sectional event. Where there were multiple shifts.

Lanes this will be used on are synthetic. not sure of the age, but he has bowled here before and i do not remember them as being high friction.


There are no multiple shifts at sectionals. We bowl 16 baker games break for lunch then bowl another 16. We do this 2 days in a row which brings us to bowling 64 baker games in 2 two days. They oil in the morning and do not re oil again.


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Zman06 wrote:
There are no multiple shifts at sectionals. We bowl 16 baker games break for lunch then bowl another 16. We do this 2 days in a row which brings us to bowling 64 baker games in 2 two days. They oil in the morning and do not re oil again.


Thanks for the Intel Zman.

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PAP 4 1/2-> 3/4 up
ROTATION 20 - 30
TILT 11.5*
MPH 16.7 MONITOR
RPM 350-375
http://WWW.VisionaryBowling.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lQgu7EqML0 Raven Attack


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Pattern played as tough as it looked. A lot of balls slamming the 3-6 pocket.

Scores in general were pretty low. My son went 163 164 174.. Then it started to transition and he got lost 128 125. missed the cut by 20 pins.

Still learning, the start was encouraging, but once adversity hit and he could not find the pocket his spare shooting went out the door too.

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Right Hand
PAP 4 1/2-> 3/4 up
ROTATION 20 - 30
TILT 11.5*
MPH 16.7 MONITOR
RPM 350-375
http://WWW.VisionaryBowling.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lQgu7EqML0 Raven Attack


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If anyone is curious, this is was we bowled on in our section in Jersey.

http://usbcongress.http.internapcdn.net ... atford.pdf


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ICURNVS wrote:
This is the Pattern for a tournament my son will be bowling on this Sunday.. I am horrible at reading the graphs.

Anyone wanna take a look and give suggestions as to best way to attack early and later in the 5 game block..

http://nebula.wsimg.com/7c3876803e854301f91103731fee5767?AccessKeyId=8BEEFA802DF782A719E8&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

Attachment:
2017 itc mens.jpg

Its a bit late, but this is how the pattern looks like on the lane, in theory!


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