Bowling study guide

Brooklyn:
A strike that crosses to the wrong side of the headpin
Delivery:
The approach followed by the release of the bowling ball.
Double:
Term for two consecutive strikes.
Frame:
Unit measuring the number of turns a bowler has in a game. There are 10 frames in a bowling game and bowlers get two throws, or attempts, to knock over the pins during each frame.
Gutter-ball:
A ball that goes into the gutter and scores 0 point.
Head pin
The #1 pin that is in the front position.
Kingpin-
The # 5 pin.
Mark
A strike or a spare.
Open frame:
A turn in which the bowler fails to get a strike or spare.
Perfect game:
Maximum possible score of 300 achieved by throwing 12 consecutive strikes.
Pit:
End of the alley where the pins fall.
Return
The track that carries the bowling balls from the pit back to the rack.
Spare:
Knocking down the remaining pins on the second throw.
Split:
A difficult shot left on the second throw in which there is a gap between the remaining pins.
Strike:
Knocking over all 10 pins on the first throw.
Strike Out:
Three strikes in the 10th frame.
Turkey:
Three consecutive strike.