2022 Open/Youth Championships completed
Masters Champions crowned!

With the Masters Finals now in the books, the 2022 Open and Youth Championships have now been concluded. On behalf of the Central Sonoma County Board of Directors, we would like to thank all of you for participating in the events this year, and look forward to seeing everyone again in 2023.

Be sure to mark the dates in the calendar - Feb 25/26 thru Mar 4-5. The Youth Championships may be moved to other dates.

Prize lists for these tournaments will be made available shortly.

To view the current standings for these events go here for the Open, and here for the Junior. The Masters Finals page can be found here.

Strike Pot / Ball Raffle Winners

2021 Association Women's Championship

The 2021 Women's Championship concluded Sunday in the middle of a 'bomb cyclone'. The participants weathered the event well, with a lot of teams lumped at the top, making for an exciting finish. Check the tournament page to view the results.

Bowling Returns to Sonoma County

Let's hope they stay open this time.

Both centers have a full slate of summer leagues scheduled. 

2021-2022 winter season looks like it will be back to normal, with all leagues returning from the 2019-2020 season.

New Bowling Ball Rules

Beginning August 1, 2019, only a dry towel may be used on your bowling ball during competition. NO CLEANING SOLUTION MAY BE USED - even if it says USBC approved.

COVID-19 UPDATE - due to the risk of the novel coronavirus transferring to your bowling ball, all bowlers are allowed to clean their bowling balls during competition WITH ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL ONLY. You can still not use a cleaning solution during competition.

What has NOT changed - beginning August 1, 2020, all balance holes must be plugged, and any gripping holes must be used for all deliveries. Don't wait to get these fixed, as your local pro shop will be up to their eyeballs trying to get these done by the deadline.

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