PBA Experience leagues use the same oil patterns on which the PBA Tour bowlers compete. The less-forgiving lane conditions are not only a great challenge but also will help you improve your game.  

For a pdf on how to play the PBA's popular "Animal" patterns, please click here.

For videos on how to play the patterns, click here.

Want to learn how to read an oil pattern sheet? Click here.

Starting a PBA Experience league? Click here for a customizable flier to let bowlers know you are starting a Sport Bowling league.

If you have any questions regarding the PBA Experience or starting a PBA Experience league, please contact USBC's Sport Bowling department at sportbowling@bowl.com


PBA Patterns

Animal Patterns
 
PBA Badger   Badger (52 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick 


 
PBA Bear   Bear (40 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick  


  
PBA Chameleon   Chameleon (43 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick 


  
CheetahOilimage   Cheetah (35 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick 

  
PBA Scorpion   Scorpion (47 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick 



  
PBA Shark   Shark (43 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick 


 
PBA Viper   Viper (39 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick 


  
PBA Wolf   Wolf (32 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick 


  
Hall of Fame Patterns

EA_100x100   Earl Anthony (40 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick  



DC_100x100   Don Carter (50 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick  



DJ_100x100   Don Johnson (45 feet)
  • Kegel
  • Brunswick  




MR_100x100   Mark Roth (46 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick  



CS_100x100   Carmen Salvino (40 feet)
  • Kegel
  • AMF
  • Brunswick   



Majors/Others

PBA World Championship
Kegel
AMF
Brunswick

2012 Tournament of Champions
Kegel
AMF
Brunswick

2012 U.S. Open 

Kegel
AMF 
Brunswick