PRO BOWLERS

Hall of Fame bowler Aleta Sill is the only bowler in history to win the career Triple Crown twice. The women's Triple Crown consisted of the U.S. Open, WIBC (now USBC) Queens, and the Sam's Town Invitational. In 1999, Sill also became the first woman to crack the $1 million mark in career earnings on the women's pro bowling tour.

A million dollars in prize money is impressive, but when it's spread across 21 years on tour, you learn to temper your splurges.

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Marion Ladewig, recognized as the greatest woman bowler of all time, was a dominating performer in women's bowling from the mid-1940s until her retirement in 1963. The Bowling Writers' Association of America voted her Bowler of the Year nine times from 1950-63 and in a 1973 poll she was named the 'Greatest of all Time.'

Marion Ladweig, Courtesy of the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame.

Marion Ladweig, Courtesy of the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame.