Arizona State USBC Association
2021 - 2022 SEASON
Masters & Queens Tournament - August 28, 2022
Bowlero Kyrene - 6225 W. Chandler Blvd. Chandler AZ 85226
Entries Must be post-marked by August 14, 2022
A huge thank you to all that came out and participated in this years Open Championships! We had almost every squad sold out and over $70,000 in prize funds! Thank you to Jodi, Bobby and the entire staff at Bowlero Kyrene for hosting this years tournament! We appreciate them for all their hard work! And we thank you, the bowlers for your participation in this years Open! We hope you had a great experience! There were two 800 series and five 300 games bowled.
From the Arizona State USBC Board, THANK YOU!
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to let us know!
USBC provides a standard for the sport. Whether you are an occasional bowler, a regular league bowler, or a highly competitive bowler, you have access to the same equipment standards and rules to make the game fair for everyone.
Arizona State USBC maintains a history of the previous associations and the accomplishments of the current association and its members. The Arizona State USBC provides recognition to those members that excel both on and off the lanes supporting the sport.
Youth members compete in championship tournaments earning scholarship funds for the college education. Other scholarship opportunities are available.
USBC provides training and certification for coaches.
Coach's are able to obtain level 1, Bronze, Silver and Gold level certification. Look for a certified coach in your local bowling center.
The AZ State USBC holds a weekend jamboree every October and an annual membership meeting every August. Each event is open to the membership to attend, however only elected delegates vote at the annual meeting.
BANNED BALLS INFORMATION
Arizona State USBC WILL ALLOW the 6 Storm/Roto Grip/Global 900 Bowling Balls for tournament play. This includes the Storm Phaze 4, Storm Electrify Solid, Storm Trend 2, 900 Global Altered Reality, 900 Global Wolverine and Roto Grip UFO Alert. The Arizona State USBC Open Championships and the Arizona State Women's Open Championships will continue to allow these balls in tournament play. The Purple Hammer with 6 and 7 serial numbers and the Storm Spectre are still not allowed at any playing level. Thank you and we look forward to seeing everyone on the lanes.
No matter the season, we're always game for some serious fun. The Arizona State USBC Association hosts tournaments throughout the year for bowlers of all ages and averages.Find out more about what Arizona State USBC offers to the membership!