Slidell bowler rolls perfect game at USBC Open Championships

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Greg Walters Jr. of Slidell bowled a perfect 300 game Monday night at the USBC Open Championships in Syracuse, New York.

Walters’ 300 was the ninth of the tournament, which began on March 24 and runs through July 7. He turned in a 701 series while bowling for Rollin Rock Pro Shop of Temecula, California, in the team event.

Greg Walters Jr. rolls 300 at the 2018 USBC Open Championships

We had so much fun with the first 300 today, we decided to add another!

Congratulations to Greg Walters Jr. of Slidell, Louisiana, who finished his team event with all 12 for the ninth 300 of the 2018 #USBCOpen! Walters started with games of 179 and 222 for a 701 series and helped Rollin Rock Pro Shop of Temecula, California, to a 2,935 total.

Watch his 10th frame here!
#DoYourThingAndBowl

Posted by USBC- Open Championships on Monday, May 28, 2018

 

The USBC Open Championships widely is recognized as the largest participatory sporting event in the world. Consisting of team, doubles, singles and optional all-events competition, the Open Championships is held in an arena or convention-center setting each year. It will return to Louisiana in 2025 when it is held in Baton Rouge.

There are three divisions based on skill level: The Regular Division, for those who average 210 and above, the Standard Division for those with averages from 181-209 and the Classified Division, for bowlers who average 180 or below.

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