PBA50 Timber Lanes Open
From: Friday, October 16, 2020
To: Sunday, October 18, 2020
1800 Baltimore Pike
Oxford, PA 19363
Oil Pattern Schedule
- All Rounds - PBA Johnny Petraglia 46
Friday, October 16
Practice Session: 3-5 p.m.
Orientation Meeting: 5 p.m. (Mandatory for all first-time participants)
Saturday, October 17
Roll call is 30 minutes prior to all squads.
A Squad: 8 a.m. – (eight games)
B Squad: 2:30 p.m. – (eight games)
Top 8 players advance (based on 32 entries or more).
Sunday, October 18
Round Robin Finals (8 games) at 9 a.m.
The use of face masks is required of all people upon entering the bowling center. The masks must remain in place at all times, except during delivery.
Participant must be a USBC Member in good standing and must have reached their 50th birthday by October 15, 2020. Non-members must meet PBA average requirements.
PBA Members: $245
Non-Members: $310 (money order, cashier’s check or credit card only)
Entries open online September 16
Online entries close at midnight Monday, October 12.
After the deadline, entries must be made directly with the PBA East Region Manager.
Maximum field size is 64.
1st Place is projected to pay $1,800
Last place in the finals is projected to pay $600
Final cash spot is guaranteed to pay a minimum of $400.
Beginning August 1, 2020, the use of a balance hole is prohibited. The rule states all holes in a bowling ball must be used on every delivery; any hole not used is considered a balance hole, making the ball illegal. Bowlers who do not use their thumb no longer can have a thumb hole, as it now is considered a balance hole. They also need to mark their ball to show where they place their palm on delivery.
IRS is requiring that we get new W-9 forms for all bowlers who earn winnings in PBA events. If this is your first tournament of 2020 where you have cashed, you will be required to complete a W-9 form prior to receiving any prize money. This requirement pertains to all participants, whether you are a member or not.
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