Lane Conditions for Doubles @ AMF Cranston Lanes

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Lane Conditions for Doubles @ AMF Cranston Lanes

Postby The Truth » Wed Jun 03, 2009 2:17 pm

Pattern used will be the Kegel "Middle Road" pattern from their Navigation Series. This is not as challenging as Brockton was, but will hopefully not be quite like Laurel. Noone has bowled on this pattern at our center yet, and we have just begun using all the patterns in the new machine(kegel kustodian ion). We have used Dead Mans Curve, Wall Street, Boardwalk, and Broadway. So far all have played pretty close to what we have been told to expect.

If anyone has any feedback on this pattern please share since we dont have much of a track record except what comes straight from kegel. Looking for a medium scoring pace so we tried to pick something that would be pretty much true to its namesake. Hope this helps everyone prepare for this weekend. Have a safe trip here!

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Re: Lane Conditions for Doubles @ AMF Cranston Lanes

Postby hitit300 » Wed Jun 03, 2009 8:03 pm

very fair pattern, bowl a tournament on it. The pattern plays the same way it is named. To put in terms im sure everyone has bowled on or most of you it plays like the pba shark pattern just less length an volume of oil. But play it like you would the shark and your fine. Very fair pattern for the tournament.
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Re: Lane Conditions for Doubles @ AMF Cranston Lanes

Postby greebz » Thu Jun 04, 2009 3:27 pm

if anyone's interested, the Kegel site provides a brief description on each of their patterns...

http://www.kegel.net/patternlibrary/keg ... tterns.htm
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