May 11 – August 26, 2007
TYME TO BOWL LANES
(Gold Country Casino)
Doubles & Singles Center:
NU GENERATION LANES
Prize Fund: $244,000+
Prize Listing (pdf)
The 2007 California USBC Open Championships wrapped up it’s 15th and final weekend on Sunday August 26th. There were 1107 Teams, 2782 Doubles and 5564 Singles participants that bowled at Tyme to Bowl Lanes in Oroville (Team) and NU Generation Lanes in Yuba City (Doubles/Singles).
The total prize fund was in excess of $244,000. Checks were mailed out to the captains on Tuesday September 25th.
A new scratch doubles record was set this year. Robby Porter rolled an 846 series along with Jeff Wurm’s 751 series to set a new all time high record for the books. These two gentlemen from the Greater Sacramento Area USBC had a combined score of 1597 scratch to beat the 1500 record set in 2004.
Two bowlers rolled 800 series: Robby Porter of Rancho Cordova rolled an amazing 846 series and Antoine Allmon of Stockton, an impressive 805 series. Two bowlers had perfect 300 games: Nick Morgan of Sacramento and Eric Nelson of Salinas. We also had six 299 games.
The Oroville USBC Association sold our Hall of Fame Patches walking the lanes and earned $857.57 to send as a donation to International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame in St. Louis, MO.
The California State Masters had a total of 167 qualifiers. The Masters Finals was held at NU Generation Lanes in Yuba City on September 8th & 9th. Skip Pavone of San Jose is our 2007 California Masters Champion.