He isn't rolling perfect 300s, but he definitely has the time and the talent to get there. Our C.J. Spang has more on a potential bowling superstar, who's not even five years old.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. -- He's got the focus. He's got the form. Pretty impressive, considering he's just four years old.
"My favorite part is that I throw the ball down the middle and get strikes all the time," said Macallan Gagne.
Macallan bowls two to three times a week and he definitely doesn't need bumpers.
"How did he become so good?" said his mother Kim. "It's just amazing that he is as good as he is."
Laurie Wallschlager - who works at Saratoga Strike Zone and has been bowling 30 years herself - saw Macallan's talent and began coaching him.
"He's amazing," she said. "I've never seen a child his age that can bowl the way he does. He's just a natural."
Macallan's family said he watches bowling on television - and it's often the first thing he talks about when he wakes up.
"When he woke up this morning at 7 o'clock, the first thing he said was, 'If I had a 7-10 split, I would have to hit it on this side in order to have the spare,'" said his mother. "So he eats, sleeps, drinks bowling. That's all he does is watch bowling."
Macallan's been bowling a little more than a year, his high game is already a 162. Just the other day he bowled 12 straight games with his dad and averaged a 117.
"I've mentioned before that he's the Tiger Woods of bowling," Wallschlager said. "He can go far I think. I often wonder what his future is going to be, how far it's going to go."
"I hope that he still has the love and continues to grow with it," said his mother Kim. "Whichever way he wants to go, we'll support him in any way."
Macallan will get a chance to showcase his skills this Sunday in Burnt Hills, when he competes in his first-ever tournament.