The Qatar Bowling Federation, the owner and organizer of the annual tour stop, Qatar Bowling Open, has announced that they are unable to host the tournament in 2017. The Qatar Bowling Open has been a very valuable member of our tour family, not less than nine times since 2008, so we are naturally regretting this unfortunate message. We want to thank the Qatar Bowling Federation for their long lasting support of our tour, and hope they will be able to reinsert their tournament in the tour at a later moment. Find an updated list of tournaments included in the EBT 2017 at the following page.
8 Pins – It upsets people of all genders
Should ladies get eight pins start in tournaments? by Dom Gall In European Bowling Tour events and some others, it has become normal for even the greatest lady bowlers ever to get an 8 pin […]
Richard Teece wins European rankings
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England’s Richard Teece became the 2016 EBT Men’s Point Ranking winner after a 16th place in the final event of the 2016 season in Qatar. Teece trailing by four points, overtook 2015 ranking winner Jesper […]
BRUNSWICK BOWLING AND DREAM-BOWL PALACE EXTEND EURO CHALLENGE PARTNERSHIP THROUGH 2021
MUSKEGON, Mich., January 3, 2018 – Brunswick Bowling Products, the worldwide market leader in bowling products announced today that it has renewed a contract naming Dream-Bowl Palace the host of the Brunswick Euro Challenge until […]