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November 10, 2019 Leave a comment

Bowling Group 2019

By Herman Santa

Photo (Standing) From left Roberto Belardo, Virginia Feliciano, Al Peña, Al Feliciano, Pam Peña, Herman Santa, Carlos Bonet, Jorge Crespo, David Santiago, Rubén Alemán, Josie Guadalupe, Angel Pellot, Sid Schipper, Anthony Ortega, Iván Guanill, Alfredo Medina, Andrés Padilla, Félix Asencio and Luis Arroyo. (Seated) Millie Asencio, Francis Mata, Evelyn Carrillo, Nereida Pellot and Xiomara Guanill

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Bowling Rules

November 10, 2019 Leave a comment

Do you like bowling?

By Herman Santa

Can you be a team player and willing to practice once a week or once in a while?

If you are a member of the Spanish American Club, Inc. (SACI) and answer yes to these questions, I would like to hear from you! Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to facilitate lane assignments.

We practice once a week on Mondays at the St. Lucie Lanes, Port St. Lucie. We start at 6:00 until 9:00 P.M., which will give us enough time to play three games for $9 and 10 minutes practice before the games.

The practices are voluntarily.   If you like bowling and would like to make new friends, come and join us and have fun with us. We are a fun group!  Port St. Lucie Lanes is located at 6759 S US 1, Port Saint Lucie, Florida 34952.  Tel. (772) 461-4425.  Website: saintlucie@bowlsistercenters.com

Tournament Rules

By Andres Padilla

Trophies will be awarded for both men and ladies that attain 1st, 2nd , and 3rd place High Handicap Series (HHS) and top Handicap Game (HHG).

If two or more bowlers are tied for 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place HHS, the trophy would go to the bowler with the highest handicap game. Conversely, if two or more bowlers are tied for the top HHG, the trophy would go to the bowler with the highest handicap series.

Note: Earlier this year we changed our scoring system to a handicap format to provide for a more balanced competitive platform.  Now, literally anyone can earn top handicap game and series score. 

Nearly 80% of men and ladies that have bowled at least 3 times this year have earned High Handicap Game and/or High Handicap Series honors.  In other words, on any given day anyone can bowl the top handicap game or series.