As expected, the 2010 Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) World Series
reached its capacity of 256 players on Sept. 28, with former PBA Exempt Tour
player Tony Reyes of San Bruno, Calif., claiming the final spot.
The next step is filling the spectator area at South Point Bowling Center in Las
Vegas with PBA fans to help kick off the 2010-11 Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour
And during the first week of qualifying, you might find yourself seated next to
Susie Anthony. The wife of the late PBA superstar Earl Anthony has confirmed she intends to attend the entire first week of World Series action to visit with old friends and watch the competition.
Tickets for all sessions of the World Series, set for Oct. 24-Nov. 6 at South Point are now on sale on pba.com. For the practice sessions on Sunday, Oct. 24, and each of the “animal pattern” qualifying sessions Monday through Friday, Oct. 25-29, ticket prices are $10 for either the morning or afternoon/evening sessions, or $15 per day for “all day” passes.
For the Sunday, Oct. 31, practice session for the Cheetah, Viper, Chameleon,
Scorpion and Shark match play finalists, and for the five individual match play
rounds, including Monday’s Cheetah and Viper finals; Tuesday’s Chameleon and
Scorpion finals, and Wednesday’s Shark finals, are $15.
Tickets for the Cheetah, Viper and Chameleon TV finals at 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and
3:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 5, will be $20 per session or $50 for the full day.
Tickets for the Scorpion, Shark and U.S.A. vs. The World finals on Saturday at
11 a.m., 3 and 5:30 p.m. also are $20 per session or $50 for the full day.
Players who are still hopeful of getting into the World Series field should get
their names on the waiting list as soon as possible. Any late withdrawals will
be filled on a first-come basis from the waiting list.