High Scores

We love bowling and want to celebrate the scores of our fans and friends. Below are recent high scores from around the world.

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  1. July 09, 2013


    1. Name: Jason Nulliner
    2. City: Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
    3. Location: Woodland Bowl
    4. League: Meridian Lodge
    5. Ball: Paranormal Aura

    269, 257, and 299

    A photo of Jason Nulliner
  2. July 01, 2013


    1. Name: Ray J. Edwards
    2. City: Middle Island, NY, United States
    3. Location: Port Jeff Bowl
    4. League: Hot Shot Doubles
    5. Ball: Meanstreak Beatdown

    First game out with the new Beatdown - still had the grease pencil lines on the freshly drilled ball. Phenomenal.

    A photo of Ray J. Edwards
  3. June 30, 2013


    1. Name: Gary Ezell
    2. City: Kenner, La, United States
    3. Location: Colonial Lanes
    4. League: Doubles Tournament
    5. Ball: Aura Paranormal

    Shot my 3rd 300 of 2013, all with a Paranormal. This was also my 30th lifetime after going 7 years without one. I throw exclusively Brunswick equipment. Thanks Brunswick for making the best equipment in the game.

    A photo of Gary Ezell
  4. June 27, 2013


    1. Name: Jonah Starmer
    2. City: Waukee, ia, United States
    3. League: Jr gold
    4. Ball: Nexxus

    My first ever 300 was during junior gold. The pattern we were bowling on was mexico city.

    A photo of Jonah Starmer
  5. June 26, 2013


    1. Name: Paul Dahuya
    2. City: Tucson, AZ, United States
    3. Location: Lucky Strike Bowl
    4. League: Dynamic Duos
    5. Ball: Alpha-Max
    A photo of Paul Dahuya
  6. June 13, 2013


    1. Name: Gary Ezell
    2. City: Kenner, LA, United States
    3. Location: AMF All Star
    4. League: Red Ball Seniors
    5. Ball: Aura Paranormal

    This was my 2nd 300 of 2013, both with different Aura Paranormals. I also have an 827 and 804 in 2013, both of those bowled with Versa Max's.

    A photo of Gary Ezell