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.

Bowl a perfect game? A personal best? Let us know by submitting your score! You could be featured below, in our High Scores section!

  1. May 24, 2011

    289

    1. Name: Trevor Blanchard
    2. City: Palm Coast, FL, United States
    3. Location: Coquina Lanes
    4. League: Tuesday night mixed
    5. Ball: Slingshot
    A photo of Trevor Blanchard
  2. May 17, 2011

    300

    1. Name: GOODMAN NG
    2. City: SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States
    3. Location: SERRA BOWLING CENTER
    4. League: NIKKEI SUMMER TRIOS
    5. Ball: LOADED REVOLVER

    BALL DRILLED BY BRUNSWICK PROSHOP STAFFER AT ALL AMERICAN BOWLING & TROPHY SUPPLY SF,CA

    A photo of GOODMAN NG
  3. May 12, 2011

    300

    1. Name: Randall Singletary
    2. City: Leavenworth, KS, United States
    3. Location: Crown Lanes
    4. League: Summer Scratch Doubles
    5. Ball: 16# Diamondback

    We bowl 2 games against a team then switch pairs and shoot 2 more against different opponents. I shot 278-299-236 for an 813 (my second 800) and then followed that with my first 300 for an 1113 for 4 games.

    A photo of Randall Singletary
  4. May 05, 2011

    300

    1. Name: Jason
    2. City: Harrisburg, PA, United States
    3. Location: ABC West Lanes
    4. League: Thursday Morning Doubles
    5. Ball: C-system alpha-max

    My first 300!!!!!!

    A photo of Jason
  5. May 05, 2011

    829

    1. Name: Jason Green
    2. City: Lakewood, WA, United States
    3. Location: Bowlero Lanes
    4. League: Summer Sizzler
    5. Ball: Wicked Siege

    Games of 243, 299, 287.

    A photo of Jason Green
  6. May 04, 2011

    300

    1. Name: Gary Libby
    2. City: Makati, Manila, Philippines
    3. Location: Superbowl Bowling Center
    4. League: Wednesday Bowlers Club
    5. Ball: Brunswick Radical Inferno 15 pounds

    My first perfect game. I only use brunswick in my arsenal. All my brunswick balls were drilled by Eddie Coo at the RedPin Pro Shop.

    A photo of Gary Libby