2016 USBC Open Championships
March 5 - July 10 (last day of team competition)
National Bowling Stadium
300 N. Center Street
Reno, NV 89501
The USBC Open Championships is widely 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.
All you have to do to participate is become a USBC member. If you want to experience competition in a stadium-like atmosphere, while combining your bowling experience with a vacation to the tournament city, this is the event for you.
There are two divisions based on skill level: The Regular Division, for those who average higher than 180, and the Classified Division, for bowlers who average 180 or below.
REGISTER OR MANAGE YOUR TEAM(S)
Register or manage your team(s) in 2016
(log in using your existing credentials, click Register a New Team and select 2016 - new captains must create an account)
Download 2016 registration form here for entry by mail, fax or phone.
Don't have a full team? No problem! Free Agent Squads are designed to help you find a team and doubles partner. Download the application here.
The entry fee is $55 per event, per bowler. All-events is optional and is $15. The total cost is $180 PER BOWLER, which allows them to compete in team, doubles, singles and all-events.
*All Friday and Saturday team squads from March 5-July 10 will be considered Premium Squads and will be an additional $75 (per team), paid with the team portion of the entry.
There is a $25 processing fee per team when registering online or by mail, fax or phone.
Team squads are held at 5 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. (certain days), and doubles/singles squads will be at 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and certain days at 8:30 p.m.
Questions about 2016 entry:
Switchboard: (800) 514-2695
FUTURE HOST CITIES
2016 - Reno, Nev.
2017 - Las Vegas
2018 - Syracuse, N.Y.
2019 - Las Vegas
2020 - Reno, Nev.
2021 - Las Vegas
2022 - TBD
2023 - Reno, Nev.
2024 - Las Vegas
2025 - Baton Rouge, La.
2026 - Reno, Nev.