Missouri’s Clancy Mueller reaches 100,000 pins at the 2022 USBC Open Championships

Please join us in welcoming Clancy Mueller of St. Charles, Missouri, to the 100,000-Pin Club at the USBC Open Championships! The 85-year-old right-hander needed two pins on his first delivery in the third game of doubles June 17 at the South Point Bowling Plaza to become the 25th bowler in the 118-year history of the event to reach the milestone, and he recorded an eight count and covered the spare before being presented with the coveted crystal pin. Congratulations, Mr. Mueller!

He began his tournament career at the 1955 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and the 2022 event marked his 61st appearance at the Open Championships.

Learn more about the USBC Open Championships at BOWL.com/OpenChamp.

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3 Comments on “Missouri’s Clancy Mueller reaches 100,000 pins at the 2022 USBC Open Championships”

  1. Congratulations on reaching 100,000 pins, Clancy!
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  2. To average a 184 for all those years it’s pretty impressive. That’s over 60 years of doing this tournament.

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