Welcome to the Port Huron USBC Bowling Association's Website. This is where you can find information for men, women, and youth bowling. This association has been around since 1932 with records dating back to 1948. We are sanctioned with the United States Bowling Congress.
Please check out our site and if there are any additions or changes you would like to see, please let us know.
What does the PHBA do?
Checks and certifies all bowling lanes
Processes all league sanction applications to the United States Bowling Congress
Promotes and conducts association tournaments
Distributes league supplies to all league secretaries
Maintains individual records of all members
Interprets rules and guidance to assist members and leagues in settling problems
Conducts hearings relative to infraction of USBC and city association rules
Assists with the Port Huron Area Youth Bowling Association program
Publishes annual yearbook showing averages of USBC sanctioned bowlers for winter season leagues
Processes all USBC chevron awards and distributes to the league secretary
Processes all honor score award applications to the USBC and presents the awards to the bowlers
during the season for the latest results, scores, and news in the local bowling world. Click the icon on the left to read the article online.
Website designed by Scott A. Wassom, maintained by Dave Klaas
* Upcoming Tournaments *
* LOCAL BOWLING NEWS *
Port Huron Bowling Association Board of Director Application. If you are interested in becoming a board member of the Port Huron USBC Bowling Association, please click the link below to print off an application. Please give this to a current board member or forward it to Scott Badley, the association manager.
* Welcome back to the start of a brand new season! We look forward to updating you with all of the week's top scores! We also welcome any suggestions to improve our site. Please send them directly to Dave Klaas: email@example.com
* Congratulations to Ed Karwinski on his recent induction to the Port Huron Sports Hall of Fame! This is a great accomplishment, Ed, and we are proud to have you as a part of our association.