Per a Facebook post by Matt Cannizzaro
, the most accomplished first-timer in the history of the Open Championships, Walter Ray Williams Jr., will make his tournament debut tomorrow night (Eastern time). Walter Ray actually has three decades experience on the championship lanes, but all in the USBC Masters, including two titles at the Stadium.http://bowl.com/News/NewsDetails.aspx?id=23622326609
An all-female team, We Are Here Anyway (Naperville, IL) shot 2,702 yesterday to take the Classified Team lead. The group, brought together by years of supporting their SOs, was making their fourth appearance.
I don't usually also post about participation milestones, but found this one worthy of mentioning:http://bowl.com/News/NewsDetails.aspx?id=23622326603
Alfred Jones (81, Southhampton, Bermuda) yesterday became the first international bowler to reach 50 years of Open Championships participation, having bowled his first in 1964 in Oakland, CA.
Arsenal (all 15 lb.)
IQ Tour Fusion
Reign of Fire
Avg.: 197 (Summer 2008)
Brunswick Mixed - Avg: 168 HS: 615 HG: 255
Composite avg. (w/ Sun. night sub): 170The Tenth Board
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