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TOURNAMENTS

We are proud to say we run one of the best tournament series in Pennsylvania. We get entries from as far West as Ohio as far North as New York and as far East as in New Jersey.

We employ the best KEGEL lane machine mechanic on the East coast Mark Sollars, he services KEGEL machines for Bowlers Supply of York, Pa. He is also the head mechanic here at Colony Park Lanes North.

Tournament director Rick Mitchell and Mark work together to make sure the pattern plays almost perfect... We maintain our KEGEL Flex machine on a daily basis and our Brunswick A2's run like champs during the tournaments...

Hope to see you soon!!!

Thanks, Rick Mitchell  --  Tournament Director

  • Sunday, September 12, 2021 at 9:00am
  • $150 per team
    • Entry fee must be paid in store
    • 1 in 4 teams will cash
      • Payout is estimated based on 24 teams:
        • 1st place: $1,000
        • 2nd place: $600
        • 3rd place: $500
        • 4th-6th place: $300
  • Format:
    • Bowl 15 baker style games
    • Top 3 bowl finals (1st place gets bye to last round, first to win 2 games moves on)
    • Handicap is 90% of the difference of entering team average minus 1200 divided by 5
  • Friday, August 6, 2021 at 7:00pm
  • Packages:
    • A. $225.00
      • Includes entry into the PRO-AM Tournament and a Roto Grip Rubicon Bowling Ball (Weights 12-16 lbs $219.95 value)
    • B. $75.00
      • Includes entry into the Adult PRO-AM Tournament only
    • C. $35.00
      • Includes entry into the Youth PRO-AM Tournament only
  • Payout based on 50 entries:
    • 1st place: $500
    • 2nd place: $350
    • 3rd place: $250
    • 4th place: $200
    • 5th place: $170
    • 6th place: $150
    • 7th place: $150
    • 8th place: $150
  • Rules
  • Sundays at 12:00pm, (click for dates)
  • $50.00 per team
    • Entry fee must be paid in store
  • Format:
    • Bowl 3 regular games
    • Top 4 teams make baker style finals
    • Handicap is 90% of 480 team average
    • Must use 20-21 USBC book average unless current average is 10 pins or more higher
    • If no average is provided, bowler must use 240
    • Payout is based on 1:6 ratio