There are a select few that have posted very big scores. I've read a ton of reports as to the lane conditions in D/S and teams, mostly conflicting reports.
The confusing thing for me is that the USBC stated last year that their surveys showed that most bowlers wanted the tough shot, and felt that not revealing the shot and having no videos benefitted the average bowler. Almost to a man, the pros and elite bowlers scoffed at this notion and stated that they would have an even larger advantage over the average bowler. They were correct.
I know the USBC wants to use the term Integrity all the time, and feels the shot should be truly difficult. But at the same time, they make the shot tougher than the vast majority of bowlers will ever see, regardless of whether they bowl on sport conditions or not. One pro bowler likened the shot to a 1.5:1 flat shot.
To compound the harm, next year's Syracuse OC will force most bowlers to schedule early morning and late night squads. Quite a bit of interest here in the east from bowlers that could drive over there, like me. But there's very little interest when you combine the squad times with the venue itself.
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