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Welcome to the Northwest Senior Tour....


The NWST was formed in 1990 to provide scratch tournaments for senior bowlers, 50 and older. Since its inception a number of changes have been made to improve the organization and encourage more bowlers to participate. Among these are:

  • The addition of women bowlers 40 and over
  • A Super Senior class for bowlers 60 to 64
  • A Super Senior + class for bowlers 65 and older
The leadership of this member-owned organization continues to solicit suggestions for additional improvements.

The NWST has a remarkable history of bowling accomplishments. Here's a summary of highlights from 1990 - 2017

  • 664 bowlers have competed in the NWST
  • 90% of all participants have received a cash payout
  • 212 bowlers have bowled 238 - 300 games
  • 40 bowlers have bowled 62 - 800 series with a high of 859
  • $6,137 won by a single bowler in a single year
  • $38,962 won by a single bowler over several years
  • $1,733,335.50 has been paid out in prizes since the inception of the NWST
Check out the Statistics page to see who's done what! Also check out the Schedule page to find information on future tournaments and the results of ones that have already been bowled.
Click HERE for results of the Olympia Senior Open - SINGLES - Westside Lanes - Olympia, WA - Sunday, November 4, 2018

Next Tournament: 40-50-60 Trio Swiss - TRIO SWISS - Kellogg Bowl - Milwaukie, OR - Sunday, November 25, 2018

Download 2018 - 2019 schedule here.

SuperPlay 2018
On Sunday November 4 Steve Kiss, Clackamas, OR, had a great day on the lanes winning the Olympia Senior Open at Westside Lanes in Olympia, WA. Kiss lead qualifying with a 245 average for the 6 games including a 300 game. His work wasn't over as 7th place was only 60 pins behind.

After the first game of match play Kiss retained the lead shooting 278 and faced Randy Macomber who had 280 in game 1. Steve defeated Randy and then had to face Drew Robertson in game 3. Victorious over Robertson he was up against Macomber in Game 4 for the title. Kiss prevailed 248-233 for the win.

Macomber held on to 2nd place. Robertson was 13 pins back in 3rd, 39 pins ahead of 4th place Eric Parker. Blaine Weninger shot 289 the final game to slide up to 5th.

The entire NW Senior Tour wants to thank Mike O'Malley and his staff at Westside Lanes. They were great hosts.

The 2018-19 season sponsor for the NWST is Hammer Bowling represented by Adam Ishman.

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