Sold the Agri-Nutrition Consulting Inc business. The Pro-Shop is now my full-time business.
- 2013 1-29-2013
Got a 300 with my Motiv Primal Scream in the city tournament singles event. Only ended with 759. For as few league and tournament games I bowl yearly, any 300 is welcome!4-15-2013
Rob Bailey’s Pro Shop won the scratch team title at the 2013 Wisconsin State Seniors in La Crosse posting a score of 2800. The team consisted of Rob, Dave Shaw, Dave Erickson, and Bill Leidich.11-26-2013
300 in 2nd game of Senior Masters with my Motiv Primal Rage (17).
Just a note on USBC 2011 Tournament at Reno:The Rob Bailey’s Pro-Shop team did not perform up to expectations in team event shooting only 3040. I had a 570 with no carry. In minors we all did better with Joel Carlson leading the way, and in the All Events lead with 2164. Our team is currently 2nd in All Events with 9600 plus. I was able to perform well in singles with a 749 using a shiney Taboo playing 18-20 board. I finished well my last game of doubles with this ball also, and my partner and I had 1350 (Thanks Ed Reiss for the 730!!!). The shot played very similar to what we have been putting down at our lanes.Rob
– Finished 3rd in the first ever MBA Master tournament on 1-11-09 with a 299 and 2-300 games on the day. Not bad for an old guy! Finally I get past #13 and going right to 14!
– Finished the year off right with a 300 the last game of league at Dream Lanes on December 29. Got number 15 to pass my friend, Terry Norton!
Won both scratch and handicap division Doubles in the Madison Bowling Association City Tournament with partner Bill Leidich, 1531 scratch, an all time MBA doubles record! Also, Bill and I were the top scratch team in the senior division with 1452. I was the high scratch bowler in senior AE and, we also had the high scratch team with Mark Habich, and Bud Frye (4 man).
Selected as an Outstanding Alumni for the schools of Ag, Biology, Life Sciences, and Industry at UW-Platteville
Agri-Nutrition Consulting, Inc. has its best year ever and celebrates its 20th year anniversary.
Expanded and remodeled the Pro-Shop and Lanes
Completes 25 consecutive years bowling ABC Tournament.
Rob Bailey’s Pro-Shop sponsors 6 teams at the USBC National Tournament.
Salvaged out the Pioneer Lanes at the Student Center at UW-Platteville where his bowling career started.
Installed two of the used AMF 8270 pinspotters at Rob Bailey’s Pro-Shop and Lanes.
Rob Bailey’s Pro-Shop #1 finishes 19th at Billings, MT ABC tournament
Inducted to the Madison Bowling Hall of Fame with a Madison Bowling Association composite average of 219.7 for the 15 years he had bowled in the Madison Association, the highest average at that time for an inductee.
300 Game at ABC Tournament in Huntsville, AL
Selected as an Outstanding Alumni for the School of Agriculture at UW-Platteville.
Two bowling lanes were completed at the Pro-Shop to better serve bowling customers.
Rob Bailey’s Pro-Shop #1, ABC Team finishes 8th at Toledo, OH
Team members: Terry Norton, Bruce Herreman, Scott Lindsey, Joel Carlson, Rob Bailey
Rob Bailey’s Pro Shop #1, ABC Team finished 2nd at Toledo, OH
Team members: Terry Norton, Todd Clantanoff, Kevin Peirce, Chris Gibbons, and Rob Bailey
Rob and Susie are married and Gregory Conner becomes Rob’s step-son
Rob Bailey’s Pro-Shop moved to its current home just north of Sun Prairie
Rob Bailey’s Pro-Shop #1 finishes 19th at Wichita, KS ABC Tournament
Rob Bailey’s Pro-Shop #1, ABC team finishes 3rd at Jacksonville, FL
Team members: Terry Norton, Mike Sander, Rich Abboud, Joel Carlson, and Rob Bailey
Won 3 scratch Tournaments in a row at Waunakee, Stoughton, and Northgate where he averaged over 260 for 8 games on the day. This was before the organization was called “MAST”.
In July he started Agri-Nutrition Consulting and left the PBA after 10 years to concentrate on his new dairy consulting business.(www.agrinutrition.com).
Rob had his best year as a Regional PBA member
Started Rob Bailey’s Pro-Shop in 1986.
National Sales Manager for Maddy Nutrition, Inc.
Sold Bowlers Unlimited Pro-Shop in 1984 and moved to DeForest .
Started bowling in the fall at Prairie Lanes with John Rortvedt, Pete Yelk, and Dan Chesemore. Other team members over the years included James Bailey, Joel Carlson, and Todd Steckelberg.
Promoted to Divisional Manager with Agri-King.
Had an 820 series and 300 game at T & C Lanes, February 5. At that time the 820 was the highest recorded series ever in Racine County.
Bowled first ABC tournament in Memphis, TN, with Larry Smith as doubles partner.
Joined the PBA, and set a PBA record in his first game as a pro, bowling a 300 at Don Carter’s Lanes in Rockford, Illinois on May 20, 1978, using a Brunswick Manta.
Formed Bowlers Unlimited Pro-Shop Towne and Country Lanes in Burlington in the fall of 1978.
High league average in 1978 was a 236 at Lake Geneva Lanes.
Promoted to Regional Manager for Agri-King
Moved back to Burlington, Wisconsin in the summer of 1976, (where Rob graduated from High School in 1970).
Started bowling in many of the tournaments in the Milwaukee area including the Wisconsin Non-Pro Bowlers Tour, Bowling with the Champ’s, Wisconsin State Match Play tournaments, and State Tournaments.
Area manager for Agri-King, Inc.
Attended South Dakota State University in Graduate School in Dairy Science.
First game bowled in league at Prairie Lanes in Brookings S.D. was a 299.
An SDSU bowling team was formed in 1975 where Rob bowled with future ABC/USBC teammates Terry Norton and Bruce Herreman.
Teammates Scott Lindsey and Joel Carlson also bowled on the SDSU team after Rob left.
Drilled his first bowling ball in Mitchell, SD in early 1976.
Stared bowling career at University of Wisconsin-Platteville, and soon made the college bowling team and lettered in bowling in 1973 before it became a club sport
Graduated in 1974 with a BS degree in Animal Science.