When most people think of bowling, they think of people with bad shirts, bad shoes and bad figure.
Kelly courick is in good shape and she is not a man.
She was the first woman to qualify for the Professional Bowling Association tour, and because of this, she automatically gained a place in the 20 games that began in October.
"It would be weird to see 63 men around me and be the only woman out there, but that's the challenge I'm willing to face," she said . ".
When it comes to bowling, men do have a little advantage because they tend to be stronger.
"The pin moves a little faster when you throw it harder ,. . . . . . be]
The difference between shooting or going home, "said the US Navy. S.
Roger Darkin, CEO of bowling convention
The 29-year-old was surrounded by men.
She has been working at her father's New Jersey auto repair shop since she went to college.
She won full respect in that environment.
Antonio Carrera, a worker, called her "explosive" but said he would not fight her because she would win.
When she joined the PBA, she said the men welcomed her as they watched her gain a place on the tour.
"I belong there, and I really belong to tourism," said Curic . ".
If she wins a big deal, she can take home $100,000 while the women's tournament is only $40,000.
Kulick made it clear that she was not happy to be the first woman to travel.
She wants to be the first woman to win.