Information

2023 USBC Women's Championships
April 23-July 1 (last team date)
South Point Bowling Plaza
Las Vegas

In 2023, the USBC Women's Championships will head to Las Vegas and the South Point Bowling Plaza.

Each year, more than 16,000 bowlers compete at the Women's Championships, one of the world's largest participatory sporting events for women.

From a convention and tourism perspective, the influx of all these bowlers plus family and friends provides a large economic boost to the host city during the course of the event.

The tournament is the highlight of the bowling season for USBC female members. It's a vacation, as well as an opportunity to compete in one of the sport's most prestigious tournaments.

The event features four divisions for team competition and six divisions for doubles, singles and all-events.

The squad schedule for team competition in 2023: 2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.

The squad schedule for doubles and singles in 2023: 7:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 6 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

The entry fee for the 2023 WC will be $55 per event, plus an option $15 for all-events - $180 per bowler. There will be a $20 processing fee per team as well.

Register for the 2023 Women's Championships | REGISTER NOW | MANAGE NOW (Click here to make payments, add bowlers or information, adjust rosters, set doubles pairings, etc.)

*Click here for step-by-step instructions for the registration system. Please note, we recommend using the desktop version to register your team(s).

For questions or concerns, please email the tournament office at usbcwomenschampionships@bowl.com.
2023 INFORMATION
2022 USBC Women's Championships
April 24-July 2, 2022 (last team date)
Stardust Bowl
Addison, Illinois

2022 INFORMATION

CONTACT

Tournament Information
usbcwomenschampionships@bowl.com

Women's Championships Tournament Office
Phone: 888-910-2695

At USBC Headquarters
Phone: 800-514-2695; Fax 817-385-8237

Media Requests
Aaron Smith
Email: aaron.smith@bowl.com


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