I've been receiving questions from people regarding the application of the OLBA Conditions of Play (COP) to their club events. The COP are only mandatory for district playdowns and provincial championships. Club championships and tournaments hosted by clubs can be organized however you want. Want to play sets? Go for it. Jack Attack? No problem. Sides competition between clubs? I have been pestering people for that for a few years. Power play ends? We've had some fun with that out here on the frontier. There are no rules requiring that tournaments be three games in one day. I would encourage clubs to look at the variations that have been tried out in different places and try something new.
The COP were drafted with a focus on developing competitive players for provincial and national competition. They mirror how the game is being played at the highest levels. Many of these things might not make sense for recreational or district tournament bowlers. If these things don't make sense in your club or for the people who come to your tournaments, please feel free to do something different.