First of all, it is nearly impossible to correctly layout a bowling ball with out knowing the lane condition pattern, ball speed, rev rate, and PAP measurements. Also a desired reaction that is being looked for would help with what layout that should be used. To give a general idea of what you're looking for, based on the the lanes being wood, there is a high friction factor. Despite being a stroker, you don't want to drill this ball too strong, the burned in track area of a wood lane will provide the friction needed to see hook. This being a pearlized ball will get it down the lane. Generally speaking, placing the pin above the fingers will provide more skid before the ball hooks, and placing the pin under will get the ball to get into a roll quicker, allowing for more over all movement. I would say go to your pro shop, have him or her measure your PAP and allow them to go with their best suggestion. If you insist on just a general lay out, I would tell you to place the pin above and slightly right of the ring finger, placing the mass bias marking about 1 1/2 inches to the right of the thumb hole (assuming you're right handed) unless you have a really low track, this layout will provide skid through the front of the lane and store its energy for the backend. Keep in mind this is assuming that the ball you have has a long enough pin to cg distance to allow the ball to properly weigh out to USBC specs. I would still say the best bet is going to your local shop and getting your PAP measured first, or provide us with more information. Hope this helps!