The United States Bowling Congress (USBC) has been creating assets since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March to help support leagues, bowling centers, associations and members in order to return to bowling in a safe and responsible way. With the 2020-2021 league season underway, we wanted to highlight these resources to help everyone get back to bowling and feel safe on the lanes.
Non-Returning League Bowler Communication Resources
USBC has partnered with BPAA to provide resources to associations, centers and league officials for them to communicate with bowlers who did not return yet this season. The "Bowling is Ready When You Are" information is below for you to utilize.
• Click here for the Webinar hosted by USBC and BPAA to discuss data and communication to non-returning bowlers
• Click here to download email graphics, social graphics and postcard/letterhead templates
Starting leagues in a COVID-19 world
This PPT is filled with thoughts and ideas for associations and league officials to consider in partnering with their centers to assist flooring leagues.
Checklist for league kickoff during COVID-19
A one-sheet checklist for your association with ideas of how your association can assist your leagues and centers to start leagues.
FAQ to assist leagues, tournaments and state and local associations
This FAQ from the USBC Rules department provides guidance to the most pressing issues for leagues, tournaments and association annual meeting information.
2020-2021 USBC Rulebook
Rules changes for the 2020-2021 season
A quick summary of the rule changes for the new season, likely the most pressing for league officers.
Best practices for tournament competition:
USBC Open and Women's Championships
USBC Association Tournaments
2021 USBC Masters
2021 U.S. Open
USBC news related to the COVID-19 pandemic
Feb. 11: IBC Youth cancels 2020-2021 USA Bowling Regional Tournament events
Dec. 17: Start of 2021 USBC Open Championships in Las Vegas shifts to May 1