Angel Of The Winds Casino Resort to Present PBA Strikerz Open

Arlington, WA – Angel Of The Winds Casino Resort is excited to announce that Strikerz Bowling will be hosting the PBA Strikerz Open Friday, April 30th to Sunday, May 2nd in partnership with the Professional Bowlers Association.

Guests will be able to watch 60+ regional pro bowlers from the West Coast compete for a share of over $5,000 in cash. Those competing include Marshall Kent, Darren Tang, Jakob Butturff, Tom Daughtery, Francios Lavoie, Anthony Simonsen, and more. Professionals will be on site to practice on Friday, April 30th between 4PM and 7PM. Tournament play begins on Saturday, May 1st at 8AM. 16 finalists will compete for prizes on Sunday, May 2nd from 8AM to 2PM. This event is open to the public and free to watch.

Amateur bowlers can also participate in the PRO-AM on Friday, April 30th starting at 7PM to bowl alongside the professionals. There will be an adult division with a $65 entry fee and a youth division for those under 18 with a $45 entry fee. Each participant will receive a swag bag that includes a water bottle, deck of cards, a bowling towel, a pin for their pro to sign, and more. The first-place winner of the adult division will receive a trophy, a jersey, and an overnight stay in a deluxe hotel room. The first-place winner of the youth division will receive a trophy and a jersey. Guests can register for the PRO-AM by visiting or Strikerz Bowling.

“We are very excited to host the PBA Strikerz Open at Angel Of The Winds Casino Resort,” said General Manager, Travis O’Neil. “The partnership with the PBA is much appreciated, and we look forward to the Washington bowling community getting together in a way they haven’t been able to for some time.”

As the first Professional Bowlers Association tournament held at Strikerz Bowling, the PBA Strikerz Open marks a competitive milestone for Angel Of The Winds Casino Resort. All are welcome to join in on this exciting occasion.

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