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Riggs Classic offers more proof that the new lanes at Schwoegler's are every bit as ideal topographically as the old ones

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Saturday, April 20, 2019 11:30 pm
Steven Brinkman, left, and myself after the Riggs Classic on Saturday. Photo by Jim Wipperfurth.
Schwoegler’s Entertainment Center has long been known as one of the most ideal centers around topographically, as evidenced by the minimal pair-to-pair differences and that short lane patterns could play from the outside as designed. But the catastrophic flooding that devastated a big portion of the Madison area last August and left Schwoegler’s lanes under water had me pessimistic that the center’s topography would be as nice when it re-opened. After the MAST Year End...