Southern Nevada Annual Membership Meeting

The annual meeting for the Southern Nevada USBC Association will be held at the Gold Coast on Sunday July 30, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. All members of the association are invited to attend. The minutes of the 2016 annual meeting may be accessed by clicking here. Currently, there are no planned votes affecting the current bylaws.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the association's board of directors, please submit an application to the association's office by July 1, 2017. We do have vacancies for adult and youth representatives of the board.

If you would be interested in attending the 2018 USBC Convention in Reno (April 23-26, 2018) as a Southern Nevada USBC Association delegate, please fill out the application and submit it to the office by July 1, 2018. Please note that delegates do not need to be board members. If you would be interested in attending the Nevada State USBC Annual Meeting as a Southern Nevada delegate you may use the same form that is used for the USBC delegate. The 2018 Nevada State meeting will be held in northern Nevada.

Lane Certification

Every year the Southern Nevada USBC Association Board of Directors conduct extensive examinations of the bowling centers in our jurisdiction. This year we will start on May 7th at the Texas Star Lanes. If you want to see first hand or want to get involved in the process just drop by any of the centers on the dates and times noted on the schedule. Please click here for the 2017 schedule. Please be aware that the schedule is subject to change for a variety of reasons so before you make the trip to a center, check here to be sure you have the latest schedule.

SNUSBCA Senior Singles Tournament

September 15-17 & 22-24
4 Game tournament with four average divisions
Special Hotel Rates (see entry form)
You MUST be a santioned member of USBC to enter any Southern Nevada USBC tournament.

Entry Form & Rules | Enter Online!

NOTE: We continue to receive questions concerning Rule #4 which states that you may bowl more than once but may not cash in consecutive positions. An example of this would be a bowler who finished in 4th and 5th place. He or she would receive the prize from 4th and 6th. The original 6th place bowler would move up to 5th. If a bowler finished in the last two places, the last place would be given to the bowler who finished just below the last spot and the one who originally finished in the last two cashing positions would not receive anything for the lower score.

Success….at Last!

Imagine bowling at the USBC National tournament for 22 years with the same partner. Doesn't sound like too much of a big deal. Now, imagine that partner lives on the other side of the country. And, to make it even more unusual, there is no family relationship between the two.

Was it a successful partnership? You wouldn't think so if winning was the goal. But, number 22 turned out to be the magic number. Click here to read the story about what happened this year.

Unclaimed Bracket Winnings

The Southern Nevada USBC Association has a substantial amount of unclaimed bracket winnings on hold at our office. Please check the list and if your name is on it, please drop by the office or call us at (702) 778-2220 and let us know what you would like us to do. If you are picking up money for someone other than yourself, you must have written permission from the individual. Funds held longer than 1 year will be added to one of our tournament prize funds.

Secretary of the Year

Do you have a secretary who is just plain outstanding? If so, have you considered nominating him/her for a Secretary of the Year award. Click here for the nomination form and other information you need to get them the recognition they deserve.


So, what does 888 mean? It's the 3 game score (298, 290, 300) rolled by Ron Mohr on Tuesday afternoon, December 20, 2016. What makes it even more amazing is the fact that he rolled this score over 3 different pairs of lanes while bowling in the South Point Senior Match Play league.

Congratulations, Ron!

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