About the National championships
The National Championships began in 1957 and is the premier bowls event of Bowls USA crowning both men's and women's champions in singles and doubles.
A Bowls USA sponsored event hosted by on of the seven divisions and one or more of its member clubs.
Competitors in the Championships must be United States citizens who won their divisional qualifier called the playdowns. A competitor must be a member of a n affiliated Bowls USA club. This requirement ensures that all divisions of the United States are represented.
Rules for the National Championships are governed by the Laws of the Sport of Bowls and by Bowls USA Domestic regulations..
The National Championships are played in complete Round Robin format with two rounds of play each day. Singles games are played to 21 points. Pairs games are 18 ends. Tied games in pairs shall stand.
Scoring awards 3 points for a win; 0 points for a loss; 1 point for a tie.
If two teams are tied for first place at the end of round robin play, they will play off for the championship.
2017 National Championships, Newport Harbor LBC, Oct. 2-7. More information: Click Here!
2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS CLICK HERE
National Champions of the past click here.