Handicap Tourney

77TH ANNUAL GCBA HANDICAP TOURNAMENT 

Click HERE for the Open Tournament Entry Form
Click HERE for the Open Tournament Rules
Click HERE for the Open Tournament Cover Letter
Click HERE for the Women's Tournament Entry Form
Click HERE for the Women's Tournament Rules
Click HERE for the Women's Tournament Cover Letter


Click HERE for the PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE for the Open Tournament and Women's Tournament  

The 77th annual GCBA Handicap Tournament starts March 2, 2019. The Team Event will be held at V&H Recreation in Breese. Singles and Doubles will be held at Vandalia Bowl. You may bowl singles and doubles as often as you desire. However, you can cash only once in singles. In doubles you can cash more than once with different partners. This is in accordance to USBC Rule 315.  This tournament is open to all GCBA members.

This year’s tournament will use last season’s (2017-18) highest United States Bowling Congress (USBC) average with a minimum of 21 games. If you did not have a 21 game average last season, you must use your highest USBC average – with 21 games or more – as of January 1, 2019. All others bowl scratch. 

You can find your highest USBC average at www.bowl.com. Click on "Find a Member" on the Home Page.  Search for your name, click on "League/Average," and find your highest average with 21 games from 2017-18. 

You can find your highest GCBA average by clicking on the average tab at this Web Site. 

Entries close and must be mailed by January 27, 2019. 

Get your entry in early to get your desired date and time. All entry blanks and correspondence should be sent to the GCBA, 2116 Salmon Drive , Highland , IL 62249. You may also reserve a date and time by calling 654-9840.

The GCBA Women's Tournament will be held in conjunction with the GCBA Open Tournament using the same locations and shifts on opposite ends of the bowling centers.  The Women's Tournament is open only to GCBA Female members.

This Women's Tournament will use last season’s (2017-18) highest United States Bowling Congress (USBC) average with a minimum of 21 games. If you did not have a 21 game average last season, you must use your highest USBC average – with 15 games or more – as of January 1, 2019. All others bowl scratch.


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