Ann McGee, of Las Vegas, Nevada, won the Amateur Bowlers Tour  (ABT)– Las Vegas South Point event held at the South Point Bowling Plaza on January 30, 2021. McGee recently returned to the lanes after taking some time off for health reasons. Since she has returned, she placed second at the ABT before winning the title today. This is her 4th ABT title and she was using her Storm Parallax.

“My goal is always to make the cut at the ABT,” McGee said. “I love having opportunities to bowl. It was great to be able to win.”

The ABT was founded in September 1977 and is the only tournament club that guarantee’s a minimum first place prize in the Classic Division as well as a minimum guaranteed prize fund in each and every Classic tournament.

“I’m glad that we have the ability to host an event at South Point! Very few places are able to host events so I’m truly thankful to South Point, Mike Monyak and their great staff.” Myron Mitchell, ABT National Director, said.

There are ABT branches throughout most regions of the United States but franchises are still available in major areas in the United States.

“I love the opportunity of rewarding people for having a great day on the lanes,” Mitchell said. “Everybody has the ability to have a good day on the lanes and I like being able to reward people for that good day. It’s great to be able to give a variety of people of all skill levels the ability to win and evenly distribute our prize fund amongst our membership. That’s something thing that the ABT is known for. Someone who averages 230 and someone who averages less than 170 has the opportunity to win!”

In just over twenty-three (23) years the ABT has paid out in excess of one hundred thirty-four million dollars ($134,000,000.00).  More than any other club in the history of bowling.

The ABT is excited to host the 2021 Super Bowling Event, February 4-6 at Sunset Station with a top prize of $5,000 (with 250 entries). For more information about this event click here.

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