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Wendy Macpherson

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Name  Wendy Macpherson
Role  Bowler

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Nominations  Best Bowler ESPY Award

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Wendy Macpherson is an American ten-pin bowler. She was born on January 28, 1968 in Walnut Creek, California and currently lives in Henderson, Nevada.


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Macpherson captured 20 career titles on the Ladies Pro Bowlers Tour and Professional Women's Bowling Association Tour before the tours folded in the fall of 2003 and was a four-time Bowling Writers Association of America Female Bowler of the Year. She is the all-time leader in career PWBA earnings ($1,232,910 U.S.).

Macpherson won her first pro title at age 18 in the U.S. Women's Open, and also won the USBC Queens event three times. On July 2, 2006 she became the first female bowler to win a USBC Open Championships title when she fired an 812 series (248-300-264) in the singles competition; it was nine days after the death of her father.

In December 2008 Macpherson was elected to the USBC Hall of Fame for Superior Performance.

Macpherson has also competed in the PBA Women's Series, sponsored by the USBC. Making the field of 16 for the Bayer Earl Anthony Medford Classic as an alternate in January 2009, she eventually won the title over previous Women's Series champion Stefanie Nation, 199-184.

Macpherson started competing in the Japan Professional Bowling Association (JPBA) in 2004, winning the 2004 JLBC Prince Cup in her first appearance. During her JPBA years, she earned ten JPBA titles, including the 34th ABS Japan Open in 2010, where in the final match she pocketed 10,000,000 Yen (approx. $121,000) as a bonus for bowling a 300 game.

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