2023 Bowling Tournament
Awards- The bowler with the highest single game of the day will win free entry ($45 value) for the 2022 CT Masters' Games! Prizes will be awarded to both male and female participants in the following age groups: 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, and 80+.
- 2023 Tournament Date: Sunday, April 23rd
- Tournament Schedule:
- Check - in: 8:30am
- Singles: 9:30am
- Doubles & Mixed Doubles: 12:00pm & 1:30pm
- Tournament Location: Lessard Lanes
- 136 New Britain Ave Plainville, CT 06062
- Registration Deadline (No Late Fee): Friday, April 14th
- Late Registration Deadline (Late Fee): Monday, April 17th
- This event is PRE- REGISTRATION only, no day of registration
- Entry Fee: $20.00 per athlete
- $15.00 for second event
- $10.00 for third event
- Tournament Director - Marcel Lessard
- Tournament Schedule
- 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM: Check-In
- 9:00 AM - 9:15 AM: Singles Warm-Up
- 9:15 AM: Singles Start Time
- Doubles - will begin after the completion of Singles Tournament
- Mixed Doubles - will begin immediately following the completion of the Men's and Women's Doubles Tournament
- Tournament Rules
- This tournament will be conducted in accordance with USBC rules, except as modified herein
- Tournament Format
- All formats will be scratch - Singles (3 Games), Doubles (2 Games), Mixed Doubles (2 Games)
- Awards will be presented for 1st through 3rd place for each event within each age division
***NEW CT Masters' Games Age Groups (non-qualifying for the National Senior Games)
- 30-39, 40-49
Age Groups (qualifying age divisions for the National Senior Games)
- 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, 85-89, 90-94
- Age divisions for all doubles competitions will be determined by the age of the youngest participant as of December 31, 2023. For example, a doubles team consisting of one player age 65 or older and one player age 63 will compete in the 60+ age division.
Events Offered: Singles (3 Games), Doubles (2 Games), Mixed Doubles (2 Games)
- Age divisions for all doubles and mixed competition will be determined by the younger age of the two players as of December 31, 2023.
- Athletes may compete with only one partner per event (doubles & mixed doubles).
- The Connecticut Masters' Games Administration has determined that doubles teams made up of one in-state (Connecticut) and one out-of-state athlete will be considered an in-state (Connecticut) team.
In an effort to help save you money and continue to increase our participation, we are again offering the “Bring a Buddy” Program. The “Bring a Buddy” Program allows current athletes to bring a "buddy" at half of the entrance fee. A “buddy” is a person who has not competed in the CT Masters’ Games in the last three years (2020-2022). We’re not only meeting our aforementioned goal, but it also made the "Games" more affordable for all athletes. The Buddy Program does not apply to Cycling, Pickleball, Softball and Tennis due to associated costs. See below for details.
“Bring a Buddy”: Any athlete who registers for a sport will save money e.g:
- Athlete #1 Bowling Fee $20.00
- “Buddy” Badminton Fee $10.00 (1/2 the price)
- Total $30.00
- Each participant pays $15.00
- Please Note - the Buddy Program does not apply to Cyling or Golf due to associated costs.
In order to qualify as a “Buddy” athlete, the “Buddy” cannot have participated in the Connecticut Masters' Games in 2020, 2021. and 2022
Buddy Program Online Registration:
- When registering online, athlete #1 needs to register for their event first and pay the full amount.
- Athlete #1 will give their ID number that is provided during registration to athlete #2.
- Once athlete #2 has athlete #1's ID number, they will enter the number in registration when it asks for the Buddy ID number.
- Athlete #2's registration fee will be half off the posted amount.
- The “Buddy” program applies only to like sport registrations (Individual or Team) e.g. a Badminton individual sport athlete may not bring a softball team as his/her ”Buddy”
Looking for a doubles or mixed doubles partner? Click here to find a partner today!
- The Partner Finder page allows you to create an online profile to assist you in finding a partner and allows you to view players looking for partners.
- We ask all participants to use the Partner Finder page when looking for a partner.
- Questions – please contact us at (860) 788-7041 or email@example.com.
Who: The Connecticut Masters’ Games is a 501(c)(3) Not-For-Profit organization dedicated to providing a forum that initiates and encourages camaraderie between different ages, socioeconomic and cultural groups through athletic competition and the Olympic spirit. The event assists in the development of physical fitness and promotes positive healthy activities for the participants, their families and the communities where they live.
What: The Connecticut Masters’ Games (formerly known as the Connecticut Senior Games) are the largest amateur multi sport Olympic-style sporting event in Connecticut for master athletes. We are now celebrating our 44th year of uniting Connecticut’s residents in the common bond of amateur sport and Olympic spirit. This event is a member in good standing of the National Senior Games Association.
Where: The “Games” will be hosted by the City of Middletown in 2023. Competitions will also take place around the state of Connecticut at top college, high school and municipal venues.
Participants: More than 1,500 participants, 300 volunteers and over 2,500 spectators will take part in the 2023 Connecticut Masters’ Games. Participants range from 30 to 90+. Since the inception of the CT Masters' Games in 1979, more than 45,000 amateur master athletes have participated in the “Games”.
MISSION OF THE "GAMES”
- To promote better overall health and fitness among citizens.
- To recognize & reward Connecticut Master and Senior residents who have chosen to participate in the healthy, wholesome activities that reflect positively on them, their families and respective communities.
- To provide a unique forum which embodies the Olympic spirit of competition.
- To inspire the development of physical and competitive abilities by Connecticut amateur master athletes.