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. April 28, 2012

    694

    1. Name: Brad Wood
    2. City: Melbourne, Florida, United States
    3. Ball: Slingshot and Karma Pearl

    I shot my high series of 694 with a 226-245-223. I think it is good for a 13 year old with a 171 average.

    A photo of Brad Wood
  2. April 26, 2012

    828

    1. Name: Scott Haugen
    2. City: Federal Way, WA, United States
    3. Location: Secoma Lanes
    4. Ball: Wicked Siege

    Scott shot 300-228-300 in route to his 828.

    A photo of Scott Haugen
  3. April 24, 2012

    800

    1. Name: Justin Zwaschka
    2. City: St. Joseph, MO, United States
    3. Location: Olympia Lanes
    4. League: Joma Tour
    5. Ball: Nexus Solid

    Justin bowled games of 299, 245, and 256 for an even 800 series using the Nexus Solid.

    A photo of Justin Zwaschka
  4. April 24, 2012

    299

    1. Name: Justin Zwaschka
    2. City: St. Joseph, MO, United States
    3. Location: Olympia Lanes
    4. League: Joma Tour
    5. Ball: Nexus Solid

    Justin nearly reached perfection with a 299 game and his Nexus Solid.

    A photo of Justin Zwaschka
  5. April 23, 2012

    805

    1. Name: Dick Dube
    2. City: Evansville, IN, United States
    3. Location: AMF Arc Lanes
    4. League: ONB/AMF Monday Night Marquee
    5. Ball: C-System Ulti-Max

    Brunswick staffer Dick Dube shot 300-247-258 = 805. This was Dick's 53rd perfect game and his 38th 800+ series. Thanks to Brunswick for all you do.

    A photo of Dick Dube
  6. April 23, 2012

    300

    1. Name: Dick Dube
    2. City: Evansville, Indiana, United States
    3. Location: Arc Lanes--Evansville, IN
    4. Ball: C-System Ulti-Max

    Dick Dube recorded his 53rd perfect game en route to an 805 series (his 38th 800+ series). He is a member of the Brunswick Regional Staff.

    A photo of Dick Dube