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  • Home Town
    Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Birth Date
    6/20/1971
  • Throws
    Right
  • 300 Games
    69
  • 800 Series
    42
  • Career Titles
    1

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Tim Mack

Biography

Tim has earned one-career PBA Regional Title to go along with sixty-six career International Titles having bowled on five different continents while competing in more than twenty-eight countries.  Mack has thirty-nine career televised titles.

In 2003, Mack was named USOC Sportsman of the Year for Bowling breaking two World Records at the World Championships.

Accomplishments

  • 5-Time Amateur Bowler of the Year
  • 3-Time World Amateur Bowler of the Year
  • 1st    2006 Bahrain Open Manama Bahrain Champion (Televised)
  • 1st    2006 Mo-Rich Doubles Challenge Champion
  • 1st    2004 Bahrain Open Champion Manama, Bahrain (Televised)
  • 1st    2004 AMF Boss International Match Play Champion England
  • 1st    2004 Singapore Open Champion Singapore (Televised)
  • 1st    2004 British Open Champion Nottingham, England
  • 1st    2003 15th Cathay Super Classic, Singapore (Televised)
  • 1st    2003 Caltex Bahrain Open Champion Manama, Bahrain (Televised)
  • 1st    2003 South Pacific Classic Champion Melbourne, Australia (Televised)
  • 1st    2003 Indonesian International Open Champion Jakarta, Indonesia (Televised)
  • 1st    2003 FIQ World Championship Gold Medal (Trios) Malaysia (300 Prize Super Classic $100,000)
  • 1st    2003 Swedish Champions League Gold Medal
  • 2nd   2003 High Roller Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 2nd   2003 Mini Eliminator Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 2nd   2003 World Championships Match Play England (Singles, Team, All Events and Masters)
  • 2003 Bowling Writers Amateur of the Year
  • 2003 USOC Sportsman of the Year Bowling
  • 1st    2002 Aik Super Sixxx Champion Sweden (Televised)
  • 1st    2002 Qatar Open Champion Doha, Qatar (Televised)
  • 1st    2002 Thailand Open Champion Bangkok, Thailand (Singles and Trios)
  • 1st    2002 Husqvarna Super Sixxx Jonkoping, Sweden (Televised)
  • 1st    2002 Weber Cup Champion England - US Captain (Televised)
  • 1st    2002 Pre-Asian Games Challenge Cup Champion
  • 1st    2002 Norwegian Open Champion Straussburg, Norway
  • 2002 WBW International Bowler of the Year
  • 2002 Bowlingdigital.com's Player of the Year
  • 1st    2001 Super Sixxxx King of the Hill Champion Sweden (Televised)
  • 1st    2001 Super Sixxx Champion Eskilstuna, Sweden (Televised)
  • 1st    2001 Super Sixxx Pergamon Open, Sweden (Televised)
  • 1st    2001 Weber Cup Champion England - USA Captain (Televised)
  • 1st    2001 Rosemont Cup Champion Perth, Australia
  • 1st    2001 Cream of the Crop Champion Florida
  • 1st    2001 Storm International Cup Champion Seoul, Korea (Televised)
  • 2001 WBW International Bowler of the Year
  • 2001 Bowlingdigital.com's Player of the Year
  • 1st    2000 Carnival Open Champion Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Televised)
  • 1st    2000 World Masters Match Play Champion England (Televised)
  • 1st    2000 Scott Banks Memorial Skins Game Champion England (Televised)
  • 1st    2000 Singapore Open Champion Singapore (Televised)
  • 1st    2000 Weber Cup USA vs Europe Champion - US Captain Poland (Televised)
  • 1st    2000 International Eliminator Sweeper Champion Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 1st    2000 Super Bowl High Roller Sweeper Champion Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 2000 Bowling Writers Bowler of the Year
  • 1st    1999 Manhattan Super Classic Champion Australia (Televised)
  • 1st    1999 Singapore Open Champion Singapore (Televised)
  • 1st    1999 BBQ Korean Cup Champion Korea (Televised)
  • 1st    1999 U.A.E. International Champion United Arab Emirates (Singles and Doubles)
  • 1st    1999 International Eliminator Sweeper Champion Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 1999 Bowling Digest World Amateur Bowler of the Year
  • 1st    1998 Cathay Super Classic Champion Singapore (Televised)
  • 1st    1998 Koolfoam Classic Champion Australia (Televised)
  • 1st    1998 Fila Cup Champion Korea (Televised)
  • 1st    1998 Storm Masters Cup Champion Taiwan (Televised)
  • 1st    1998 Tartan Tenpin Classic Champion Scotland (Televised)
  • 1st    1998 International Eliminator Sweeper Champion Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 1st    1998Glasterup Open Champion Denmark (Televised)
  • 1998 WBW International Bowler of the Year
  • 42 career 800 series