Women who have achieved an average of 180 or higher in a United States Bowling Congress certified league can apply for PWBA membership. International bowlers may join if they average 180 or higher and provide proof from their country’s bowling federation.
Bowlers can apply online at PWBA.com. Applicants will be notified of membership status within 30 days of submitting an application.
The benefits of PWBA membership include:
“Receiving that PWBA membership card with my name on it is always exciting and will never get old,” PWBA spokesperson Kelly Kulick said. “If a bowler plans to compete in just a few events, then the discounts on entries and practice fees alone will more than pay for the cost of a PWBA membership.”
The 2017 PWBA Tour season kicks off April 27-29 with the PWBA Sonoma County Open at Double Decker Lanes in Rohnert Park, California. It will be followed by two more stops in California – the PWBA Storm Sacramento Open and the PWBA Fountain Valley Open – before the first major of the season, the United States Bowling Congress Queens in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, set for May 17-23.
The PWBA also has published a revised version of its Official Rules and Regulations.
For complete information about the PWBA, including online membership application, tournament registration and the complete rules, click PWBA.com.
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