The United States Bowling Congress and Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America have selected Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis as the host center for the 2022 U.S. Open and Gold Coast Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas as the venue for the USBC Masters.

The U.S. Open is scheduled for Jan. 30-Feb. 6, while the Masters will take place March 28-April 3.

Each event is a major on the Professional Bowlers Association Tour, will feature a top prize of $100,000 and conclude live on Fox Sports’ FS1/FOX as part of the 2022 PBA Tour television schedule. All rounds of competition leading up to the TV finals will be streamed live on BowlTV, which is available to BPAA-member centers at no cost.

“We’ve been fortunate to visit some amazing bowling centers in recent years, and they’ve become a special part of the continuing history of our sport’s most prestigious events,” said BPAA Executive Director Frank DeSocio. “Woodland Bowl, the Indianapolis bowling community and all of the great facilities we visit in the Las Vegas area are top-notch, and we know the experience at both events will be memorable for the bowlers and fans.”

USBC and BPAA announced in August that the four major championships they present each year — the U.S. Women’s Open, U.S. Open, USBC Queens and USBC Masters — will be awarding $100,000 to each champion through 2023. 

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