2020 PBA50 Florida Blue Medicare World Series of Bowling in The Villages Preview

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Information compiled and written by Mike Jones

UPDATE as of 07/13/20: The PBA50 World Series of Bowling will be postponed out of an abundance of caution due to growing COVID-19 public health concerns around the country. Full statement on http://PBA.com  . Information found on @PBATour Twitter.

Check out the past and present bowling legends at the PBA50 Florida Blue Medicare World Series of Bowling in The Villages. This is will be a full week of senor pro bowlers competing on August 8-15, 2020, at Spanish Springs Lanes. Come watch these seniors battle it out. Rain or shine the games still go on.

It is about a 1.5 – 2 hour drive from Downtown Orlando to The Villages. Check your GPS for the best route there. There is plenty of free parking near the bowling center (Spanish Springs Town Square). They are located at 997 Alverez Ave, Lady Lake, FL 32159.

Here is some information about tournament host Spanish Springs Lanes. They have thirty-two state of the art synthetic lanes with Qubica automatic scoring along with fifty-inch high definition monitors. Enjoy a full service bar along with McCall’s Tavern restaurant and much more. Relax and have fun in an air-conditioned control environment.

The field will consist of 178 professional bowlers. Here are some of the bowlers which will be at this tournament. They are Chris Barnes, Parker Bohn III, Jason Couch, Norm Duke, Steve Hoskins, Bob Learn Jr., Amleto Monacelli, Jon Petragila, Kent Wagner, Pete Weber, Walter Ray Williams Jr., and much more.

Most Pro Bowlers and fans are wondering what the tournament oil pattern will be. Expect the professionals to be bowling on challenging oil conditions. This information has not been posted on the PBA website. For more information on the bowling oil patterns please visit www.pba.com/OilPatterns .

Thinking about signing up for the Bowl with the Pros on Saturday August 8, 2020, from 4:30-6:30pm? On the bowling center’s website is posted an old Flyer. Look for more information on the Pro-Am updated soon. Here’s how the Pro-Am works. Amateurs get to bowl three games of ninepin no-tap with six different random PBA pros! Sorry, amateurs do not get to pick the pros they are try to beat in a friendly bowling games. The cost of the Pro-Am ranges from $59.95 – $184.95 plus tax and entry fee. Please note that the cost of bowling is subjected to change without notice. For more details please ask the Central Desk at the lanes.

Spectators are welcome to watch the PBA50 bowlers throughout this tournament. General admission is expected to be $8-$12 per person to watch 6-8 game squads per day and subject to change without notice.

It is unknown at this time, if the finals will be broadcast on television. Usually FS1 and Fox Sports may televise the finals on select tournaments. Check your local listing for possible station and broadcast times.

If you’re interested in watching this tournament or want more information then please visit thevillagesbowling.com/Tourneys/upcoming-Tournaments and or www.pba.com/Tournaments/Details/3274

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