Glenfair Lanes

Glenfair Lanes - 9/15/19

Our event this weekend was at Glenfair Lanes and we unfortunately had one of the lowest turn outs  we hvae seen in a very long time. We had 46 total entries with 25 qualifying entries and 21 economy parly entries. We paid out just around $2,000.00 in main and side event prize fund for the event. We also saw Momma's Mystery hit for $500 by Jim Montgomery! Congrats to Jim! The players bowled on a the 47ft Eiffel Tower oil pattern that had pretty medium scores for the day. For the most part, players were in the middle of the lane or keeping thier angles fairly tight because of the longer oil pattern. 

The quarter finals was on fresh as usual and the scoring was a little lower. After the 3 games were finished Carlos Vejar was the A division champion, Ron McDonald the B division champion and Willy Vuong the C diviosn champion. Willy would be looking for his first title in his 2nd title match while Ron and Carlos both have several titles looking to take down another one. 

Glenfair Lanes - 7/28/19

Our event this weekend was at Glenfair Lanes. We had a below average turn out with 67 total entries (45 qualifying and 22 economy parlay). The players bowled on a pretty low scoring 42ft Tokyo oil pattern that yeilded cut scores of around +20-+30, so the players had to bowl average to safely make the cut. There were styles that played more direct, but it seemed that more players had success more in the middle of the lane than the outside part of the lane. That is pretty common with the topography at Glenfair. The gutters tend to not play as well with more friction coming from the track area. 

Glenfair Lanes - 7/28/19

Our event this weekend was at Glenfair Lanes. We had a below average turn out with 67 total entries (45 qualifying and 22 economy parlay). The players bowled on a pretty low scoring 42ft Tokyo oil pattern that yeilded cut scores of around +20-+30, so the players had to bowl average to safely make the cut. There were styles that played more direct, but it seemed that more players had success more in the middle of the lane than the outside part of the lane. That is pretty common with the topography at Glenfair. The gutters tend to not play as well with more friction coming from the track area. 

Glenfair - 6/30/19

Our event this weekend was at Glenfair lanes and we had nice little turnout with all the other events going on in the Valley.  We had 68 total entries (44 qualifying and 24 economy parlay), 26 total cashers, a 1 in 3.1 cash ratio and paid out over $3,250.00 in main and side event prize funds.  Players bowled on the PBA 47ft Scorpion pattern. Most of the players played in the middle of the lane or around the 2nd arrow at the furthest right. It took a couple of squads for the pattern to finally break down and forced players further left, but once it finally broke down the scores increased significantly.

Glenfair Lanes - 11/11/18

Our event this weekend was a special one! We not only had a great turnout, but we got to honor one of the greatest SFT members of all time. Our event was at Glenfair lanes and the players bowled on a very difficult 32ft wolf oil pattern that ended up having the lowest cut scores we have ever seen! The average cut was -30! This means if you bowled about 10-15 pins under average per game, you still had a chance to qualify! Short patterns have always been very difficult at this bowling center. For whatever reason, regardless of the oil pattern, the gutters have always been a bit out of play and don't have a lot of reaction off of them. Because of this, shorter oil patterns like Wolf are extremely difficult. The key this weekend was definitely spares! The event drew a total of 86 qualifying entries (64 qualifying entries & 22 economy parlay). It was a great turnout for the holiday!