Wayne Webb, a member of the Professional Bowlers Association for over 30-years. He is a PBA legend and was inducted into the PBA Hall of Fame in 1993 and the USBC Hall of Fame in 2011. Early in his career, he became one of the PBA’s first 10 “millionaires” and is ranked the 18th greatest bowler of all time. He was also known as the Green Machine as he styled his green bowling shirt, shoes and bowling ball on national TV. Wayne ruled the 1970’s, 1980’s and the 1990’s. He has captured 20 career PBA titles including the Tournament of Champions.
Now on the PBA Senior Tour, Wayne won the 2008 Senior U.S. Open and was named Senior Rookie of the Year. In addition, the Bowling Writers Association of America named him Bowler of the Year. In 2009, Wayne repeated another victory as Senior U.S. Open Champion. To start off the 2010 season, Wayne was the runner-up at the Senior Dayton Classic followed by an inaugural event as he became the champion of the Senior Columbus Open in April. On June 18, 2010, Wayne conquered his third PBA Senior Tour major, capturing the USBC Senior Masters. This victory gave him his fourth career title and third major win in only three years of being on the Senior Tour. He also earned the PBA Senior Player of the Year honors and on July 1, 2011, Wayne was inducted into the USBC Hall of Fame in Arlington, TX.
Why go to Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl? Wayne and his family moved from Sacramento, California to Columbus, Ohio in April, 2010. Wayne and veteran bowling center proprietor, Mike Irwin, purchased Rainbow Lanes which, as you know, is now Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl. Many great things are happening at the family bowling center to better serve you! We continue to work hard as we have gone through over a million dollars in renovations. So, stop by and meet Wayne and the new management team.