Paula Carter’s professional career included a singles event title with a 705 three-game series at the 1990 USBC Women’s Championships. She earned two Women’s U.S. Open titles in 1971 and 1975, and had top 10 finishes in the USBC Queens in 1971 and 1976. In 1971, Carter was named Bowler of the Year by the Bowling Writers Association of America and was also named to the Bowlers Journal All-American team. The left-hander’s career statistics include five sanctioned 300 games, and 216 season average. Carter remained active following her competitive career in bowling as a bowling center proprietor in southern Florida.
Now Paula is focusing her career in the direction of coaching, sharing her love of the sport and technical prowess in cultivating a new group of junior bowlers. Not only working with youth beginners, she is currently working with established bowlers fine tuning their game. Paula isĀ  renown for utilizingĀ  a persons skillset and developing their form for maximum potential.

Please feel free to schedule a lesson, lets talk about your game.
What do you have to lose, perhaps a 10 pin.

Paula Sperber Carter

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