Tim Mack (bowler)

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Tim Mack, of New Jersey, USA, is one of the world's leading ten-pin bowlers. He is right handed.

Before he became a professional bowler, Mack was considered to one of the best amateur bowlers of the world. As an amateur he won titles on five continents, and in September, 2002 he won a gold medal during the World Championships in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

In 2003, during the Miller High Life Open at Hawthorn Lanes, he joined the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA). On May 31, 2009, he earned his first full-time PBA Tour exemption by finishing 8th at the PBA Tour Trials in Allen Park, MI.

Mack was the captain of 'Team USA' in the world-famous bowling tournament, the Weber Cup for several years.

Tim is married to PBA Women's Series exempt bowler Brenda Mack (Norman). They currently reside in Indianapolis, IN with their daughter. Tim is a member of the Storm Bowling professional staff.

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