Head to Head Performance

Most Valuable Bowler finds the bowler who played the greatest role in earning the most victories for his or her team. Power Ranking finds the bowler who put on the strongest performance relative to their usual strength. But who bowled best relative to themselves and the league?This report looks at what would happen if bowling were an individual sport and you were rolling head-to-head against each and every other bowler of the league...with the 80% league handicap applied.* How many games would you have won?

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THIS WEEK'S HEAD-TO-HEAD RESULTS...

Weekly Top Individuals for Week #12 of Spring 2024   (Using League Handicap - 80%)
Rank Name Victories Percent
1. Matthew Taylor    52 of 63     82.540% 
2. Brett Affolter    52 of 63     82.540% 
3. Dustin Schmeltz    49.5 of 63     78.571% 
4. AJ Hofmann    47 of 63     74.603% 
5. Dennis Walling    40 of 63     63.492% 
6. Chris Windham    37 of 63     58.730% 
7. Buck Nasty    37 of 63     58.730% 
8. Nathan Burrows    36 of 63     57.143% 
9. JC Cox    34 of 63     53.968% 
10. Aaron Barber    31 of 63     49.206% 


CUMULATIVE SEASON LEADERS...

Overall Top Individuals for Spring 2024   (Using League Handicap - 80%)
Rank Name Victories Percent Change
1. Matthew Taylor    506 of 733     69.031% 
2. Michael Gordon    407.5 of 670     60.821% 
3. Ben Spencer    395 of 670     58.955% 
4. Brett Affolter    387.5 of 667     58.096%  +2
5. Aaron Barber    382 of 670     57.015%  -1
6. Seth Gunderson    298 of 541     55.083%  +1
7. Doug Lenz    262 of 491     53.360%  +1
8. Ryan Sisco    330 of 619     53.312%  -3
9. Chris Windham    352.5 of 676     52.145%  +1
10. AJ Hofmann    377.5 of 733     51.501%  +2


* Just like we do with the team matchups in which 80% handicap is added in for the team with the lower total average, we're applying an 80% handicap for the individual bowler with the lower average in each head to head matchup.

For example, let's say that Bowler A has an average of 180 and Bowler B has an average of 130. The difference between the two averages is 50 pins, 80% of which is 40. So, in our matchups, Bowler B would get an additional 40 pins of handicap added to his or her score in each game.

If Bowler A shoots a 214 while Bowler B ends up with a 175...Bowler B would be awarded the Head to Head victory as the final score would be 214-215. Bowler B's game of 175 would have the 40 pins applied, bringing their total to 215. Hooray for handicap!

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