2019-20 Madison Area USBC Open Championship Tournament
Schwoegler E.C will host the 2019-20 Madison Area USBC Open Championships on weekends from January 6 through January 27. There will be two squads on Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m, and two squads on Sundays at 10:00 and 1:30. Check the squad listing on the entry form for the complete set of dates.
This chart indicates current lane availability. We have reserved 24 lanes per shift. In the event a squad shows 0 available (or close to), we are in contact with the host center to see if we can add lanes to the squad. The chart will be updated upon that confirmation. When a squad is truly full, the availability will say FULL instead of “0”.
|Saturday, January 18, 2020||11:30||7||20||8||28||FULL|
|Saturday, January 18, 2020||3:00||8||5||16||22||4|
|Sunday, January 19, 2020||10:00||9||6||28||34||FULL|
|Sunday, January 19, 2020||1:30||10||8||15||24||8|
|Saturday, January 25, 2020||11:30||11||8||12||20||8|
|Saturday, January 25, 2020||3:00||12||4||20||24||4|
|Sunday, January 26, 2020||10:00||13||6||22||28||FULL|
|Sunday, January 26, 2020||1:30||14||10||18||28||FULL|
The cost for the tournament remains unchanged at $20.00 per event. Optional All Events and Scratch All Events is available for $5.00 each.
The bowling ball raffle will again feature Motiv from Rob Bailey’s Pro Shop. Last year, we gave out certificates for 50 bowling balls throughout the tournament.
All tournament division champions and scratch titlists will earn a ticket to the annual Dinner with the Champions.
The Budweiser League Challenge is back again, offering your team a chance to win additional prize money for your league from the $1,000 Budweiser League Challenge prize fund.
Be a Team Captain! All team captains receive a special ticket for a chance to win a Motiv bowling ball. The Madison Area USBC will draw one winner for every 30 team entries.
Organize a squad! Bring in a squad of eight teams, and we’ll just GIVE you a new Motiv bowling ball. Invite your whole league to participate – the Lake City League from Bowl-A-Vard Lanes is returning again this year with 12 teams, thanks to the efforts of league secretary Terry Teasdale.