In bowling, a perfect game occurs when a bowler rolls twelve straight strikes for a total score of 300. After the twelfth strike, the score is certified by a local bowling organization who consider factors such as lane conditions and the bowler’s standing within that organization. If the perfect game is certified, bowlers can expect a ring or medal to honor the achievement. A perfect game may be the goal, but there are plenty of other milestones for the taking along the way. Amateur and professional bowlers alike are always hoping to top or meet their own best records.
IN SEARCH OF THE PERFECT GAME