The 2018 Christmas Bowling Tournament Rules
Official iBowlStrikes | Bowling200.com $10,000 Christmas Bowling
Tournament Rules 2018
To bowl in this tournament you must be a current USBC Member with Card-ID# (You may be asked to show Regular ID)
2. This is
a handicap doubles bowling tournament with Optional Open Scratch Singles, Optional Open Handicap Singles, Optional women's
handicap singles, optional Scratch Doubles/Alibi, Senior HDCP Singles, and Optional Women's Scratch Singles
3. Handicap ratio:
90% of 210 - Highest USBC 2017/18 winter book average of 21 games or more. If no USBC 17/18 winter book average,
we may consider using your current 2018 highest Summer average of 21 games or more—Please bring a league standings sheet
as proof). We may also consider using a re-rated established average from another tournament or if you've bowled enough
games in our past tournaments (21). Or -- your current 2018 Highest league average. Please bring proof with
- Bowlers who do not meet the above
requirement will bowl scratch. - Sports Leagues or Sports Shot averages are not
allowed. If you have a Sports Bowling League average, inform us and we will
adjust the submitted average according to the USBC Average Adjustment Scale at Bowl.com
- At the tournament director's discretion, we may re-rate
bowlers that have increased their average 15 (or more) pins in the last year. We may also re-rate bowlers that have
bowled in other Bowling200.com tournaments in past years who have consistently averaged 10-15 or more pins over their book
average We do not re-rate bowlers based on earnings, but on consitant performance of bowling higher than book average. Bowlers
that have been re-rated by other tournaments may have to use their re-rated tournament average - at the director's discretion.
Please inform us if you have been re-rated for a tournament.
4. A Doubles Team may be any combination of male or
4b. Max Handicap per game: 45 for men | 55 for women
5. There is No Max Team Cap (or Alibi TeamMax Team Cap), which means any bowler may bowl with any other bowler. All
Scratch Bowlers can bowl together as a team.
The Maximum Handicap score per game by a single bowler allowed is 300.
(This includes Sidepots, Brackets, Singles,
and Doubles participation)
7. Prize fund for Doubles Entry will
be returned 100%. Itemized $35 Entry; $23 Prize fund, $6.50, Lineage, $5.50 Expenses. For $25 Entry: $15 to Prize fund
8. Bowlers may re-enter the tournament and cash more than once, but may only cash
1 time with the same partner.
9. Bowlers may only win 1 (one)
place in side pots for each division - Handicap and Scratch.
It is the bowler's responsibility to verify the accuracy of his or her own average. Failure to use
proper average shall disqualify scores if the submitted average is lower than the actual average.
11. The tournament directors may add or alter squad times of additional Squads
during the course of the tournament as deemed necessary.
We ask that Bowlers do not record their own scores. Opposing team bowlers or Staff at your pair of lanes can record your
scores. If you are unsure, please contact tournament staff or bowling center staff.
13. Profanity, Cheating or abuse of equipment is not allowed.
14. Tournament Directors reserve the right to re-rate or reject any entry
15. Decisions of the Tournament directors shall be final
PBA or PWBA Members / Cardholders are not permitted to bowl in this tournament. National or Regional Title Holders are
not allowed to bowl in this tournament. If you have ever participated in any PBA Bowling Event and came in 1st Place in that
Pro Bowler's Event, you are not eligible to bowl in this tournament.
17. 1 in 10 Team Entries will cash in Handicap Doubles
18. Should the 2018
iBowlStrikes / Bowling200.com Christmas Bowling Tournament event be cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control such
as weather, or any other circumstance(s) beyond the tournament's control, the Bowling200.com Tournament will endeavor
to set new dates for the event to make up for any possible lost tournament days or squads.
shall be the Bowler's responsibility to inform the Tournament Directors if his or her average has been re-rated or adjusted.
The re-rated and/or adjusted average may be used during the tournament. Failure to inform the tournament directors of re-rated
averages may result in a disqualification. Bowlers are responsible for verifying his/her average whether submitted by the
bowler, the team or others. If the submitted average is lower than required and results in lower classification or more handicap,
the bowlers scores are disqualified.The tournament managers or directors reserve the
right to reject any entry or re-rate any bowler. The decision of the tournament directors shall be final. If the bowler
does not accept the re-rate average, the entry fee shall be refunded.