The league was great because of the league sponsors. Vantage Bowling Centers and Miller Lite beer. Together, they added $9400 into the prize fund to create over $50,000 in total prizes. With sweeper and weekly events, total paid out for some seasons were above $80,000.
The original site had over 30 pages of standings, stats, sponsors, optional events, newsletters and articles for the Desert Bowler. Within this site, are just part of the original site that won an award after being on the web for just 8 weeks! It was an honor to receive an award.
MR. 900 FINALLY PUTS TWO 18 BAGGERS TOGETHER!!
I missed his 900. Why you ask? Well I'll tell you. Just click on the link for the story 10 years after his second 18 bagger shot in the Traveling Masters. He did it throwing a back up ball on the left! He set a lot of Traveling Masters records and now can claim being Tucson's Mr. 900.
This article that was to appear in American Bowler shows why some of Tucson's best wanted to bowl.
This will show articles for Desert Bowler and the many stats. This is some of what you'd find on the website.
Learn why it was the greatest league around. League officers must work together to continue being successful.
Congratulations to all who have recorded their names on this page. These bowlers made the competition great!
This is the extensive list, all members of the Vantage Lite Traveling Masters league want to be on.
Some might say 300's are overrated but it's still the score to shoot. Included are high average and series.
The all-time average list is back. If you bowled in the Masters, you'll on the list or download the file at the end.
The promotion and extra work by Mr. Stats of Stats Plus made the scratch league second to none..
It was a way to promote the league on the website and have fun writing it. Can you say, Top 10 reasons to bowl!!
There was no better league for competition and ways to get paid. If you loved to bowl, you lived for the T. Masters.
These bowlers could be lurking in the bowling center. This guide shows you how to not go home broke.