USBC gives one adult lifetime honor award per achievement (300 game, 800 series, 900 series). Additional scores will be officially recognized by USBC and should be reported to NLAC USBC for inclusion in your permanent bowling achievement history. Once your scores are reported and approved, you may purchase an award commemorating your accomplishment at either keepsakebowling.com or USBCBowlingAwards.com. Please see USBC Playing Rules Book, Rules 51a and 51b for additional information.
• High Score (Adult)
• High Score (Youth)
• Team Score
• Baker 300
• 900 Series
SEND AWARD FORM WITHIN 20 DAYS OF SCORE TO: NLAC USBC
Starting August 1, 2014, the high score awards given to USBC adult members for a 11-in-a-row, 300 game, 800 series or 900 series will become once-in-a-lifetime awards. This change comes as part of USBC’s strategy to focus resources on national governing body services.
As part of the change to the high score awards program, any USBC member who received an award in one of the high score achievement categories as an adult prior to August 1, 2014, will not receive an award for that achievement again. Associations still will be required to submit 300 game, 800 series or 900 series achievements so the bowler’s record can be updated with each accomplishment. Members who already have received once-in-a-lifetime recognition for a high score will have the ability to purchase additional awards for subsequent high score achievements.
MULTIPLE HONOR AWARDS: It is important for bowlers to continually submit high score award forms so their personal records can be updated with each achievement. Honor score records are used by local and state associations and for the Hometown Heroics archive at the International Bowling Museum.
Hometown Heroics – View your honor score online