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11/21 Oak Bowl (Dbl Pts)
11/21/2021 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm$60.00
Saturday 11/21, 2021
Start Time 9:00 AM
Check-in begins at 8:00 AM
Check-in at least 1/2 hour prior to start time
This WYBT is a DOUBLE points event. Earn points towards end-of-year awards and qualifying for the Elite 8 Premier Invitational & Teams!
This bowling tournament has a fun and unique Flight format that will allow youth bowlers of ALL skill levels to compete – no average verification is necessary!
FORMAT: All bowlers will complete an initial (3) games to determine their flight positioning. Bowlers will then be divided into (4) flights according to scratch pin fall. All bowlers will then bowl (5) more games of mega-matchplay qualifying within their flights and then we will cut to a standard 4-person stepladder.
AWARDS: The Champions in each Flight will receive a plaque and a championship banner (one per year, star added for each championship), the rest of the prize fund will be awarded as SMART money at a ratio of at least 1:4 entries.
A generous $500 donation in SMART money has been added to this event from the Skagit Valley USBC Youth Committee!
Entry Fee Breakdown:
Tournament Expense $5.00
Prize Fund $27.00
Total Entry: $60.00
We have a block of rooms reserved through 10/27 for this event at The Coachman Inn.
$79 Standard Room – 2 Full beds
$105 Queen w/Kitchenette – 2 Queen beds
Mention WYBT when booking your room.
There will be an optional Junior Gold qualifier event at this tournament. Scores used will be the first (3) games of qualifying from the main event.
A current Junior Gold membership (purchased separately) is required to participate in a qualifier. Memberships can be purchased on‐site.
The cost for a Junior Gold Membership is:
$10 for U12
$30 for U15, U18, & U20.
The entry fee for the optional Junior Gold qualifier is:
$25 for U12
$37.50 for U15
$50 for U18
$50 for U20
* JG Membership and JG Entry Fees will be collected the day of the tournament.
We will do our best to run each of the age divisions but bowlers may be given the option to “bowl up” in the next division if there aren’t enough bowlers to fill their division.