Team of 2 (men, women or mixed)
Duration of League: 6 weeks (6 Rounds)
Sundays & Mondays
Sunday slot: 10am – 12pm
Monday slot: 6:30pm – 8:30pm (1st slot) & 8:45pm – 10:45pm (2nd slot)
Registration Fees: Rs. 500 per team
Price: Rs. 150/game per person
A special rate is applied on the bowling games and payment is done weekly (at each round).
The Winner is the team with the highest accumulated score over 5 weeks.
– Winner: Rs. 20,000
– 1st Runner up: Rs. 10,000
– 2nd Runner up: Rs. 6,000
Best Scratch Bowler (Men & Women): Rs. 1,000 voucher at Strike City
Best Outfit: Rs. 1,000 voucher at Strike City
Highest game of the League: Rs. 1,000 voucher at Strike City
A standard score is calculated by taking the average score of the league’s best bowler & setting a higher number. Our standard score will be 200 points.
The standard score is essential to calculate the handicap of each player of the league.
Calculating a Bowler’s Handicap
To calculate a bowler’s handicap, we will take the bowler’s Average Score* and subtract it from the Standard Point (i.e. 200pts).
• If the player has participated in previous Strike City leagues, we will take their average score from the past season.
• If the player is new, their average will be calculated at the beginning of the league, in Round 1.
E.g. If a bowler’s average score is 120 points, his handicap will be:
200 – 120 = 80 points.
The handicap will be capped at 90 points, so no matter a bowler’s average, you will not get a handicap higher than that
What is the handicap used for?
Your bowling handicap allows you to compete against other bowlers with varying levels of skill and ability & have an equal chance of winning the league.
For example: Having a handicap of 80 means that 80 bonus points will be added to your score at each bowling game. i.e. you will get 320 bonus points at each round of the league, as each round consists of 4 games. See below example:
Week 1 (Round 1):
|Score||Add: Handicap||Total w Handicap|
Hence, the bowler’s total score for Week 1 (Round 1) is 709 points.
A bowler who averages 150. Handicap: 200 – 150 = 50.
A bowler who averages 100. Handicap: 200 – 100 = 100 (but the bowler only gets a handicap of 90 because this is the highest handicap score possible)
Handicaps will be calculated on a weekly basis, as this is essential to making the game fair and helping everyone have fun, regardless of their skill.
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