Hello Bowling Fans. Erin, Angel to avoid the mistakes of the late ABC, do not you ladies think that the USBC must assert itself and land on a solution and police the necessary changes to regulate and bring honor to our sport.
The "New" PBA seemingly has returned from near death under new powers and under incrementally applied changes. Changes that were unpopular with many. Regrettably the PWBA has passed from the scene, the Pros have no counterpart which practically all sports have. This represents death and dying within our sport.
What of the National and local Bowling Tournaments. The Collegiate Bowlers who compete with other sports programs.
Those of us who participate in this sport at the league level represent the majority and money end of this sport in a way unlike most other sports
The centralized, overruling governing body called USBC lends to our sport an air of not just organization but legitamancy in the Sports world. All agree that change must take place. But at some time we will reach crisis point if we have not already and force a change that hurt rather than help. So wisdom demands that if we would avoid this we must support and communicate with the USBC.
If the USBC allows the Bowling establishments to dictate policy the sport of Bowling will shoot itself in the head for having been short sighted. The Bowling world in all of its parts must do what is necessary to progress as well as ligitimize our sport.
Darrell "D Man"
May all your corner pins fall