A Letter from PBA CEO Colie Edison

As we work with PBA host facilities and reopening dates are confirmed, tournament information will be made available on as quickly as possible. Social distancing guidelines in each state will affect tournament formats, the number of entries allowed, and how each tournament will operate moving forward. Because of these changes, PBA members will need to reenter tournaments as they become available.

Please see the below note from PBA CEO Colie Edison

To Our Dedicated Fans,

The past few weeks have been an unusual time in the history of the PBA Tour, presenting unprecedented challenges as we respond to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

When we made the decision in March to postpone the rest of the regular season, we did so out of an abundance of caution for the safety and well-being of our players, our staff, and our fans. We continue to make this our #1 priority as we determine the best way to move forward with the tour’s remaining competitions in a manner that is safe and enjoyable for everyone.

Like many other professional sports leagues, the PBA has had to be nimble and make adjustments both for the good of our sport and that of our country—and your support through it all reminds us that our fans are what make the PBA truly great.

Please know that we are working with our players, partners, and tournament hosts to accommodate changes to our current season and will return better than ever when conditions allow us to do so.

In the meantime, I’d encourage you to continue your own personal enjoyment of the sport. Whether that’s following the PBA on social and joining the conversation or bowling at home with our PBA Pro Bowling console game and PBA Bowling Challenge mobile game.

We thank you for keeping the sport in your heart, and we look forward to more thrilling PBA competition in the months ahead. Stay safe out there.


Colie Edison
Chief Executive Officer,
Professional Bowlers Association