Good luck to Aaron Zangi and the rest of the U.S. team in this competition.
I don't know if any of your players have entered this competition before but it is quite an eye opener. Our club singles champion represented Spain last year in this competition at Norfolk Island near New Zealand.
Be ready for highly paid professionals who will not let you hold shot for long they will fire your bowl or the jack off the green even if it means dead ending the end. It's nothing playing 7 or 8 extra ends in a match. I don't know what the game is like in the USA but in the UK and Spain it is a much gentler, skillful game, usually played on grass. It interested me to see that it was an ex Spanish teacher that was representing the USA whereas an English bowler was representing Spain. In fact 90% of the bowlers in Spain are British. Check out our website www.cabreralbc.com