Brunswick Mesa

Brunswick Mesa - 4/1/18

Our event this weekend was at Brunswick Mesa. It was on the Easter holiday which made the turn out a little smaller, but we were happy to be able to provide an event for those that were looking to bowl on the special day. The event drew 72 total entries (55 qualifying entries & 17 economy parlay), had 21 cashers, a 1 in 3.4 cash ratio and paid out over $3,000.00 in main and side event prize fund.

The players bowled on the newest version of the PBA Wolf oil pattern that is 33ft in length instead of 32 ft and it yielded a variety of scores through out the day. It was very clear that the very fresh was extremely difficult and had the lowest scores. However, as they were bowled on more and more the scores got higher and higher as it seemed that increased play made the short pattern more predictable and easier to manage. Even with that said, the cut scores were very low taking an average cut score of +10 to advance to the quarter finals, which isn’t even bowling average.

Brunswick Mesa - 1/7/2018

Our event this weekend was the first of the 2018 season.  We had a big turnout for the season opener and saw 111 entries (80 qualifying and 31 economy parlay).  We had 28 cashers, a 1 in 4 cash ratio and paid out over $5,000.00 in main and side event prize fund.  The players bowled on the 38ft Alcatraz oil pattern that saw higher scores. It was a medium pattern where bowlers were able to play a variety of angles on the pattern.  Our cut scores were all above the +50 mark, which meant you had to bowl a little above your average to qualify.

We had some new bowlers join us for their first event at Brunswick Mesa.  We want to welcome Keith Ryan, Douglas Smith, Jonathan Jillson, Joshua Hancock, Cara Hamm, Andy Morin and Jerry Dasti who all bowled in their first event this weekend.  We hope you all had a good time and look forward to seeing you at our next event.

Brunswick Mesa - 8/20/17

The event today was another great one with 107 entries (72 qualifying & 35 economy parlay), 29 cashers and a 1 in 3.2 cash ratio. The event paid out over $4,000.00 in main and side event prize fund! The players bowled on a very tough 32ft Wolf oil pattern that had the most success out near the gutter early but as the oil carried down allowed players to have more success inside. The pattern can be confusing for some. Where most patterns get “dryer” and hook more as games are bowled, this pattern tends to do the opposite.

We also had a new bowler join us for this event! Joe Miller joined us for his first ever event this weekend! He traveled from Avondale for his first event and we hope he had a good time! We look forward to seeing you at the next one! We also want to congratulate John Jones on being this weekend’s only Parlay Power Player! Also congrats to Samm Cosby, Nick Devlin, Josh Black and Joe Banno on breaking some long quarter finals slumps!

Brunswick Mesa - 6/11/17

We had another huge turnout at Brunswick Zone Mesa with 120 total entries (89 qualifying 31 economy parlay), 34 cashers, 1 in 3.5 cash ratio, and paid out over $6,000.00 in main and side event prize fund! The players bowled on a 40ft Sphinx oil pattern that started off with medium scoring and after a couple squads really opened up and allowed for higher scoring from players that could hook it a bit and play the middle of the lane. The average cut scores for the day were around +80 which requires bowling about 15 pins over your average per game.

Brunswick Mesa - 1/15/17

Well we are off the ground with our 6th SFT AHT season being kicked off at Brunswick Mesa. The event was a huge success with 120 entries (74 qualifying entries & 46 economy parlay), 30 cashers, a 1 in 4.7 cash ratio and a payout of well over $5,000.00 in main and side event prizefund! We want to thank all of our long time members and new bowlers for making the start of our season such a good one. The players bowled on the 38ft WTBA Atlanta oil pattern which had some very high scores.Players played a variety of angles and places on the lane from straighter around 2nd arrow, to deeper inside angles hooking the lane quite a bit. The average cut scores were around +80 which means the players had to bowl about 20-30 pins over average per game to make the cut. Which is  on the higher side of our normal cut scores.