CENTER CERTIFICATION RESEARCH REPORT ARLINGTON, Texas – Following a recent study of the lane certification process and analyzing data from lane inspections, the United States Bowling Congress determined it will implement a center certification program, featuring tiered levels of certification and a national staff of lane inspectors, over the next five years. Details of the […]


Francois Lavoie, Quebec City, Quebec, has been selected the October 2019 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association. Lavoie captured his second U.S. Open crown, defeating top seeded Sean Rash, Montgomery, Illinois, 221 to 172, for his fourth PBA title. The Team Canada standout lead qualifying before slipping to second after […]

U.S. Open Field Reduced For 2020

Nov 15, 2019Lucas Wiseman The U.S. Open will reduce the number of competitors in 2020 from 144 to 108 in a move announced by event organizer USBC on Thursday. USBC said the move was made to “improve the integrity of the pattern through qualifying and allow for on-time delivery of squads” by shifting from four […]

Kyle Troup signed contract extension

BRIGHAM CITY, Utah – Storm Products announced today that Kyle Troup has signed a contract extension. Troup, a 3-Time PBA Champion, has become one of the most recognizable Team Storm players competing on the PBA Tour. In 2019, he finished 13th on the PBA Tour Points. He finished fourth in the PBA Scorpion Championship and […]

Jakob Butturff Shrugs Off Errant Shot to Win $50,000 Winner-Take-All Prize in 2019 PBA Clash

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jerry Schneider | PBA Media Relations Professional Bowlers Association | 55 E. Jackson Blvd., Suite 401 | Chicago, IL 60604 | | 262.366.2157 Jakob Butturff Shrugs Off Errant Shot to Win $50,000 Winner-Take-All Prize in 2019 PBA Clash Arizona left-hander defeats EJ Tackett, six other top earners from 2019 season […]

Four-Time PBA Champ Russell Switches To Storm

Four-time PBA Tour champion Ronnie Russell, who has struggled in recent years, has left Ebonite International and signed with Storm. The new deal with Storm started today and will run through 2020 at which point he plans to sign an extension, Russell told FloBowling. He was with EBI for three years and before that spent […]