Thanks to all of the bowlers that came out today and bowled in the RBT Marietta Scratch Open.
As a relative newcomer to the sport of bowling I am perplexed. Most bowlers ask for things that they really don't want. They want to score, but don't want others to do the same. They want challenging conditions, but when confronted with those conditions, they complain. They want open conditions,but complain about them as well. If I took a bowler's approach to baseball, when i could not get a hit, I'd:
1.Buy a new bat - must be the bat, right!
2. I'd complain that the mound was higher for me than the other hitters
3. I'd say i'm not playing in (insert your own name) ballpark 'cause i never hit there.
4. Complain that other hitters have illegal bats, which is the reason for their success.
5. Quit in the middle of the game because all the 'inferior' players are hitting better than me.
I'd do everthing except get a coach,practice and learn to hit!
These guys do something that no one else is doing, enjoy it and support them, don't hinder their efforts. That is what is partially wrong with bowling today.
Way to go McNair brothers!