To bowl a perfect 300, you need to throw 12 strikes in a row. It’s pretty tough and definitely takes some patience…except if you’re Ben Ketola!
Ben recently set a new world record for the fastest perfect game, bowling a 300 in just 87 seconds! Now, yes, he did bowl 12 consecutive strikes. But he also did it across 10 different lanes. So while he bowled the correct amount of strikes, it’s not technically a 300. It’s really just 10 good starts to 10 different games.
Ah, whatever. We’ll give him the perfect game. We sure as hell couldn’t do anything like this!