12 Strikes - Bowling Score Tracker

12 Strikes - Bowling Score Tracker

By Tic Tac Code, LLC

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2009-02-25
  • Current Version: 2.6.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 1.02 MB
  • Developer: Tic Tac Code, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.


** Featured in App Store Top Sports Apps in over 20 countries! ** ***** 20 More Pins. Every Game. ***** Are you struggling to take your bowling to the next level? You've been practicing religiously, maybe working with a coach, even radically changing your technique, but not getting the results you desire. I've been there before, and I bet you have as well. It feels like no matter how hard you work, the same problems in your game hold you back. You begin to wonder if you're working on the right things to improve your game. You could get better, if only you knew where to start. What if you were able to exactly identify and fix the worst problem with your game? When you're missing 2 marks a game because of your worst problem, fixing it could mean _at least_ 20 pins on your average. That 20 pins could mean reaching the awards level at your next tournament, most improved bowler in your next league, or a better standing for your team. Not to mention the attention your better bowling will attract from your league mates. 12 Strikes is your key to finding those problems with your game. Using the analysis power of 12 Strikes on your past games, you can quickly identify the strikes and spares you miss the most, and work on a practice plan to fix them. You'll never need to ask the question, "What do I need to score higher?" again, because you'll have the answer. Over 20,000 bowlers have chosen 12 Strikes to improve their game, and coaches are adding 12 Strikes to their collection of tools to help their clients bowl their best: ----- For example, I have an athlete who is bowling well right now but he knows he can improve. He is averaging 215 and he wants to be over 220. After reviewing their data from 12 Strikes I was able to identify an item of concern I would not have thought of. In the past 15 weeks of their Summer league their most common pin leaves are: 10 (46), 4 (24) and 9 (17). What this is telling me is that their ball is going into the Roll phase too late and is rolling past the 8 pin and leaving a lot of 10s, 4s and 9s. I have advised them to put more forward roll into their release and get the ball into the Roll phase quicker. This has helped them to get over the hump and average higher. Such a simple change to make that brings great rewards, but I would not have found it had I not reviewed the 12 Strikes analysis. - Levi Lauck, Silver Certified USBC Bowling Coach As it stands right now, it is the BEST BOWLER STAT program on the market today. I am proud to recommend it to every student I instruct as well as seasoned tournament bowlers alike. - Paul Tryanowski, Certified USBC Bowling Coach ----- You already spend $300-500 or more to bowl in a league for a season. For the price of just one night's worth of league dues, isn't it worth making that season better? Similar bowling apps have sold for $40, but you can change your game forever with 12 Strikes for just a fraction of that price. I can't guarantee the price will stay this low; buy it now to lock in that great price, and free future updates that will keep your game improving. A better average is in your future: tap the purchase button, and Buy 12 Strikes Now! ----- If you would like a preview of 12 Strikes functionality, search the App Store for 12 Strikes Lite. I am always interested in hearing about features you'd like to see in 12 Strikes; check out the website at http://www.12strikes.com for a link to the support page where you can vote on new features and submit your own ideas, or E-mail support@12strikes.com. You can also follow 12 Strikes development on Twitter at http://twitter.com/12strikes or Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/12Strikes . Keywords: bowling, score, tracker, analyzer, keeper, scorekeeper, bowl, 300, scoreboard, scoresheet, sheet, ball, calculate, calculator, analysis, store, history