1992- Superior Performance — Professional
Steve Fehr has compiled an enviable bowling record. In the 1981 F.I.Q. Competition Steve won first place team (gold medal) with a 299 zone record game, first place singles (gold medal) and second place all-events (silver medal).
In the Cincinnati Association he had six city titles and was the 1977 King of TV bowling champion.
Steve was a three time Ohio State Match Game Team champion; 1975, 1976 and 1978.
He was Ohio State men’s actual team champion in 1978 and actual and handicap team champion with a 3400 record total in 1988. In the Ohio T.B.A. he won five titles from 1975-78.
In the ABC Tournament, Steve won titles in the Classic Doubles — with 1300 in 1978, ABC All-Events 2076 in 1980, Team 3268 in 1982, second in doubles in 1988 and won the Bowlers Journal Doubles with a 300-767.
He won four state and national mixed doubles titles from 1985 to 1990.
Steve recorded 17 consecutive 200 games in ABC competition which ties the ABC record and he recorded three consecutive 1300’s in doubles; 1978, 1979 and 1980 which is an ABC record.
Steve has received well deserved recognition; a member of the Cincinnati All City Team five years 1975 – 1980, member of the All Ohio team in 1977, the Ohio T.B.A. Bowler of the Year in 1978, The Cincinnati Inquirer Bowler of the Year 1978, 1979, 1980, Sports Illustrated Superior Performance Amateur in 1980, Bowlers Journal Amateur Bowler of the Year 1980, and Bowlers Journal All American Team 1981-1982. Steve was inducted into the Cincinnati Bowling Hall of Fame in 1988.