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David Haynes, A Las Vegas pro shop owner and member of the Storm Staff since 2001.

David bowled his first 800 series at the age of 15, and his first 300 the following year.

Also at the young age of 15 he finished 3rd in the High Roller and 25th in the Showboat Invitational.

The highlight of David’s career is being on Team USA for ten years and winning the Gold Medal in South Korea in 2006. The last win by the United States prior was 1965. Bowling has allowed David the opportunity to bowl in fourteen different countries and provided many great memories and lifelong friendships.

He continues to compete in the PBA West Region and most major tournaments. In 2013, David and his wife Tisha celebrated the birth of their daughter Judy, who travels to each tournament to watch and support her daddy.

Haynes is a Southern Nevada USBC Hall of Fame Inductee and Nevada State Hall of Fame Inductee. Storm has been a major component of David’s continued success and he looks forward to another successful year with the best products available on the market.

David began drilling bowling balls at Showboat Lanes in Las Vegas when he was just a kid. David has 11 PBA regional titles, over 140 300 games, and over 40 800’s. When not on the lanes you can find him drilling balls in his pro shop, Haynes Bowling Supply.

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  • Gold medal (team) at 2007 Men’s American Zone Championships

  • Gold medal (team) at 2006 Men’s World Championships

  • Gold (team) and bronze (doubles) medals at 2005 American Zone Championships

  • Gold medal at 2004 World Tenpin Team Cup

  • Silver (team) medal at 2003 World Championships

  • Silver medal at FIQ 2003

  • 9th at 2003 World Tenpin Team Cup

  • Gold (team) and two silver (Masters, all-events) at 2000 World Youth Championships

  • Gold medal at 2000 World Tenpin Team Cup

  • 1st Place Tournament of Americas – Team

  • 2nd Place Tournament of Americas – Singles

  • 4th Place USA Bowling National Championships – 2004

  • 5th Place USA Bowling National Championships – 2003

  • 2nd Place USA Bowling National Championships – 2002

  • 3rd Place USA Bowling National Championships – 1999

  • PBA Regional Rookie of the year – 2010

  • 11 PBA Regional Titles

  • 10 Year member of Team USA: 1999-2000, 2002-2009

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