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26 - Dec 2017/Jan 2018 12 Brunswick Lanes with Quibica Scoring 12 Bumper lanes / Birthday Parties Deli & Grill Serving Assorted Beers & Wines Completely Remodeled Sunday thru Thursday • 9am till 12am Friday and Saturday • 9am till 2am Tel: (415) 561-2695 Fax: (415) 561-2698 Terry Leong—Proprietor Darrell Herbert - General Manager Corner of Moraga & Montgomery Streets In the Presidio National Park of San Francisco (Still can’t find us, call us, we’ll fax you a map) ULTRA BOWL Club Atmosphere with lights, music videos and enhance sound. Thursday 6:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. Friday 6:00 P.M. to 12:00 A.M. Saturday 6:00 P.M. to 12:00 A.M 750 Folsom St., San Francisco 94107 Classic Bowling Center 2017s David Canepa & Keith Okada T oy Drive at Classic Bowling Centerwa s a huge success! We brought in over 400 toys for the kids in our community! Video Footage from a segment on ABS-CBN airing this week I want to send a big Thank You to all who helped make our Bowl-A-Thon & Toy Drive such a huge success! We brought in over 400 toys for kids in our community Presidio Bowling Center Dion Lim December 9, 2017 at 5:57pm · So much for Best Buddies California! We had a blast Presidio Bowling Center " Bowling with Buddies" today! Thank you all for having me...glad we could get you on TV! ―YOUNGEST PBA TOUR TITLE WINNER‖ RECORD IS SAFE…FOR NOW Norm Duke ‟s record as the youngest player ever to win a PBA Tour title is safe… for now…after 17-year-old Trey Ford III of Bartlesville, Okla., lost his best-of-five- game, Round of 16 match to South Africa‟s Francois Louw in Thursday‟s PBA Cheetah Championship presented by PBA Bowling Challenge Mobile Game. If Ford, bowling in his second PBA World Series of Bowling, had continued to ad- vance and actually won the Cheetah Championship title on Saturday, he would have eclipsed Duke‟s record more than full year. Duke was 18 years, 345 days old when he won the Cleveland Open back in 1983. Ford will be 17 years, 85 days old on Saturday. Ford, a two-handed player, had his best previous finish as a PBA member in the Grand Casino Hotel & Resort Oklahoma Open in July when he finished 11th. In his WSOB debut in 2015 at age 15, Ford averaged 196.36 and finished in 195th place. After skipping WSOB XIII in 2016, Ford returned to Reno at age 17 and averaged 225.05 for his 40 games on the four animal patterns, qualifying for the PBA World Championship cashers‟ round in a tie for 42nd as well as qualifying No. 9 for the Cheetah Round of 16 . Ultimately, Ford finished his PBA World Championship test in 43rd place with a composite 60-game average of 222.6 along with a top 16 finish in the Cheetah Championship. He will leave Reno with more than a year to chase Duke‟s re- cord…but he also may be watching in the rearview mirror, because he isn‟t the only talented young teenager bowling in PBA competition these days. Also making his PBA Tour debut in Reno this year was Pyry Puharinen , a 15- year-old two-hander from Finland. Puharinen finished the 40-game World Champi- onship qualifying portion of WSOB IX in 107th place, averaging 215.05.