A "turkey" or a "gobbler" consists of throwing strikes in three consecutive frames
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.
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Three strikes in a row
Third answer: Three ducks in a row
Te term "Turkey" is used in bowling
The name turkey in ten-pin bowling started in the nineteenth century when the owner of the bowling alley would give a live turkey to a bowler making three strikes in a row during the days just before Thanksgiving and Christmas.
There is nothing called a "birdie" in bowling. There is however a "turkey" which is to bowl three consecutive strikes in a game.
3 consecutive strikes.
tennis, golf, curling, bowling
if you mean someone can get a turkey, your answer is bowling. if you are refering to to another sport there isn't one
In Thanksgiving or cristmas if you get three strikes in bowling ball you get a live turkey
In bowling, when you score a turkey, you get 3 strikes in a row. If you get a game of complete strikes, it is a perfect score.
A double (2 strikes in a row) comes before a turkey (3 strikes in a row).
The term for three strikes in a row is called a three bager.for fun bowling a turkey.
Three strikes in a row is called a turkey.
a turkey or a 3 bagger.
Bowling, it's when you get three strikes in a row.
That would be called a Turkey.
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).