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You say max of 4, 2-man teams/green. That’s 8 bowlers per green.
Each player delivers 3 bowls on a rotational basis.
That’s a total of 24 bowls not 12 as stated. What do I misunderstand?
Based on the Conditions of Play (CoP):
There are 2 players to a team and they play another 2 player team, which makes one game.
Each player throws 3 bowls so there is a total of 12 bowls in play.
You can have 2 games occurring per Green which would mean a total of 8 players and that would add up to 24 bowls.
The 2 games can be played simultaneously but they are completely separate.
So the CoP is correct in how it is written.
Hopefully this has cleared up your confusion, if not please do not hesitate to contact us again.
Could I please get an update on this mornings games? Thanks so much.
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