George Pappas’ Victory Lanes in Mooresville will host 160 of the world’s top professional bowlers Sunday through Wednesday for the PBA50 Miller High Life Classic.
The field will include 16 members of the Professional Bowlers Association Hall of Fame, including Charlotte native Pappas, who now lives in Mooresville, and two-time defending PBA50 Player of the Year Walter Ray Williams Jr.
Also competing will be eight-time PBA Tour champion Guppy Troup of Taylorsville and Joe Scarborough of Charlotte. Scarborough made bowling history last year by rolling the first and only 900 series in PBA history at the PBA50 Sun Bowl in Florida.
The PBA50 Miller High Life Classic is the third stop of the 2014 PBA50 Tour season.
For admission and pro-am entry information, call George Pappas’ Victory Lanes at 704-663-5300.
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