2006 – Superior Performance — Amateur
Ron S. Pollard Sr.
In 1977, at the age of 15, Ron Pollard was the youngest bowler to qualify for the ABC Masters. He never looked back. He has rolled 22 300 games, seven 800 series (high of 842), 41 league or tournament championships (team, singles, doubles and all events), maintained an average of 201 for 25 ABC tournaments, three time champion in the Hoinke Classic, including team, doubles and all events in 1985, three time champion of the Petersen Classic plus the singles in 1998, nine seasons on Greater Cincinnati Bowling Association All City Team, member of the Greater Cincinnati Bowling Hall of Fame, three Championships in the ABC/Brunswick World. Team Challenge (1995, 97, 98). He won seven championships (one doubles, two all events and four singles) in 1998, and topped that with nine titles in 2000 (six team, two singles and one doubles).
In 2006, Ron and his brother were among the first inductees in the new USBC Hall of Fame.
Tonight, Ron Pollard receives the recognition of the Ohio Bowling Council as he is inducted into Ohio Bowling Hall of Fame.