What: Interleague tournaments on 3 different dates, one for each summer month. Join for 1 or all 3. (Lanes are closed for summer hours, so lanes are filled with tournament bowlers…friends and spectators are welcome, though.)
When: Weds., June 7th. Tuesday, July 18th. Weds., August 16th Start time is 6:00PM
Teams of 4, $100 per team (cash only please – prizes will be distributed in cash)
Each player must provide average with registration (unless your league leader has provided that info).
Each team bowls 3 strings. Top four teams (based on all 20 slots filled) will qualify for the playoff. If all 20 spots are not filled, 1 in every 5 teams will determine how many teams make the playoff.
Qualifying scores based on total pinfall with handicap, based on a 450 team average.
One string playoff…overall score (total pinfall with handicap) will determine winners. All playoff teams will win prize money.
Prize for individual high single.
How to Register:
Please put team members’ names and average on a piece of paper.
Place team roster and $100 cash (for each tournament- $300 if you want to sign up for all 3) in an envelope. Put your team name and the date (s) you wish to enroll on the outside of the envelope.
Turn in to a staff member and make sure they write the date on the envelope.
First come, first served…the first 20 teams for each date are in.
Came in from North Carolina with friends for the weekend. Hadn't played candlepin bowling since I was young but I told my friends we had to do it and this place did not disappoint. Great setting, plenty of lanes, cheap beer, cheap games. And the guy at the front seemed amused with us outsiders and answered all of our questions. Totally awesome. I'm giving them 6 stars out of 5
Great place to bowl mixed crowd fun for all agesThere's a pro that works here John than can teach how to bowl like a RockstarSue is a Hottie she runs a industrial league that is awesomeThe owner is very accommodating to special requests
Feels like a bit of a time machine. Place feels like it came straight from the 80s movies. Not the automatic scoring machines we were used to - you have to keep score on a sheet they provide. And I kept forgetting to press the button to reset the pins - too used to playing on an automatic alley.We didn't know the difference between candlepin bowling and the more conventional one before going. So we were surprised to see the small balls and thin pins. Still a very fun experience.