The turkey. It's supposedly because they'd give you a turkey if you bowled three strikes in a row the week before.
The term for three strikes in a row is called a three bager.for fun bowling a turkey.
There is nothing called a "birdie" in bowling. There is however a "turkey" which is to bowl three consecutive strikes in a game.
turkey if you hit 3 consecutive strikes. However...if you hit two i call it " a double martini shot" i gave it a name lol
It is now called Yahtzee!5 consecutive strikes in bowling is called a 5-bagger.There are no special names for strikes other than hambone/double for two consecutive strikes, turkey for three consecutive strikes, and clover for four consecutive strikes. Anything after that is call a "x bagger." X = the number of consecutive strikes thrown. For example. If you threw seven strikes in a row, it would called a seven bagger.5 baggerIn bowling if a person were to get 3 strikes in a row, at anytime in a game, that's called a " Turkey ". 5 strikes in row is called a " Goose " , 10 in a row is a "swan" and ,12 in row is of course a " perfect game ".
First Response:Three Turkeys.Second Response:If you are looking at it as a turkey is a strike thrown in three consecutive frames, then the answer is three. If you look at a turkey as three consecutive strikes, then the answer is four. There are twelve possible strikes in a perfect game of bowling (12 / 3 = 4).
Nothing in particular. Eight Bagger. There are no special names for strikes other than double for two consecutive strikes, turkey for three consecutive strikes, and clover for four consecutive strikes. Anything after that is call a "x bagger." X = the number of consecutive strikes thrown. For example. If you threw seven strikes in a row, it would called a seven bagger An eight-bagger.
According to TopEndSports.com, the term originated in the late 1800's when scoring three strikes in a row was much more difficult than it is now. During Thanksgiving and Christmas, bowling alley proprietors would award a turkey for bowlers who scored three strikes in a row. In the old days of bowling, scores were lower and strikes did not happen as often as they do now. In the old days, during the holidays, the proprietor of a bowling center would present a live turkey to the first person on a team to bowl three consecutive strikes. you get a turkey (real) after 3 strikes in a row.. I could use one right now.. I'm hungry
In Thanksgiving or cristmas if you get three strikes in bowling ball you get a live turkey
First Answer: A "turkey" or a "gobbler" consists of throwing strikes in three consecutive frames Second Answer: A turkey is bowling lingo for three strikes in a row. Probably, the most famous score for amateur and professional bowlers alike. This is partly due to the fact it has an unusual name, and partly because even a beginner can get one. The term dates back to before the turn of the 20th century. In those years, scoring was much more difficult and to get three strikes in a row was quite an achievement. During Thanksgiving or Christmas week, the proprietor would present a live turkey to the first person on each team who scored three consecutive strikes. For an explaination in scoring a turkey see related questions link below. Three strikes in a row Third answer: Three ducks in a row
Three strikes in a row is called a turkey.
Bowling, it's when you get three strikes in a row.
Three consecutive strikes in bowling scores 30 points in the frame that the first strike occurred. A score for a strike is 10 plus the next two balls thrown. If a strike is followed by a strike and then an 8 on the first ball of the third frame then the first strike is worth just 28 points.
When I had a game of bowling, I earned three strikes and won a prize!
A turkey is three strikes in a row. In ten-pin bowling, this results in an increase in scoring for the initial strike to the maximum of 30 points (10 points plus 10 for each of the two succeeding balls thrown, which are strikes).
No. Three turkeys would be three sets of strikes, and that would equal 9. There are only 10 frames in a game.
A perfect game in bowling is considered earning a strike in every frame. The bowler will earn 300 points, after obtaining three strikes in the final frame.
you get 3 strikes in every frame it's called a turkey, and you must get 12 in a row to get a 300 game, if you missed the last strike you get a 299.
A hat trick is when one player scores three goals in one game. In bowling, three strikes in a row is called a turkey
A series of strikes in bowling is called an x-bagger; for example, four strikes in a row is a four-bagger.In addition, two strikes in a row is called a 'double', while three is called a 'triple' or a 'turkey'. Six in a row has long been called a 'six-pack'; while strings of four and five have recently acquired the nicknames 'hambone' and 'yahtzee' respectively.
There is no specific name for a series of ten strikes (although to bowl that, you would have to be an incredible bowler). What you might be inquiring about is a perfect game, which is only achieved by throwing twelve strikes (as the tenth frame allows you the chance to roll three strikes).
In the last frame you get a chance of bowling 3 balls. You can get three strikes, a strike and a spare (a spare is two balls) or a spare and a strike.
If you take three consecutive odd (or three consecutive even) numbers, one of the three will always be a multiple of 3.If you take three consecutive odd (or three consecutive even) numbers, one of the three will always be a multiple of 3.If you take three consecutive odd (or three consecutive even) numbers, one of the three will always be a multiple of 3.If you take three consecutive odd (or three consecutive even) numbers, one of the three will always be a multiple of 3.
To figure this out, divide 96 by three, ignoring the remainder for now. This gives the number 30. The remainder is 6. Three consecutive numbers that add up to six are 1, 2 and 3. So the three consecutive integers are 31, 32, and 33.
there are three commonly termed strikes which convey the number of strikes in a row. There's the single strike which everyone knows as a 'strike', the 'double' which denotes two strikes in a row, and the 'turkey' which is 3 strikes in a row. There are other terminologies to describe other situarions, but these are the ones which are commonly used.
Channel - another term for gutter.Turkey - three consecutive strikes in the same game.Foul - any part of the body touches the lane past the foul line.Pin Monkey - the bowling mechanic that fixes the pinsetters/machines.Porter - in today's terms a lane attendant.Pocket - the sweet spot for a strike.See links section below for a bigger/longer list.