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Introducing James Blackstone, the formidable force behind precision in the world of bowling. A self-made maestro, he's not just a member of the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA), he's the mind behind the revolutionary Precise Bowling Targeting System (PBTS). But here's the kicker – bowling isn't his life; it's the passion he juggles alongside the demands of family and business.

Hailing from the heart of Richmond, Indiana and raised amidst the alleys of Dayton, Ohio, James now calls Kennesaw, Georgia his home. With a rock-solid 33-year marriage to Martina and three remarkable children – Alexis, Antoine, and Andjulon – he's not just a bowling virtuoso but a family man of unparalleled dedication.

Member of the Professional Bowler Association


James's journey into the world of bowling began as a novice at the age of 20, and by 21, he had already joined his first league. Fast forward five years, and he had turned professional, a title he still carries with pride as he competes on the PBA tour today. In a career filled with astounding achievements, James boasts a slew of milestones that defy belief based on what he calls himself as a "Part time - Part time" bowler.


           Inducted into the Greater Dayton Bowling Association Hall of Fame in 2005.

  • 70 Perfect 300 Games (2 PBA 300's)

  • 15 Games of 299

  • 28 Series of 800 or Better

  • Career-High series of 868 (289-279-300, April 2009)

  • Georgia State Bowling Record 2012: Team Series - 3829, Team game - 1342

  • 2017 Proprietors Cup - Ace Mitchell Team Challenge Champions!

James is a two-time winner of "The National Bowling Association" Prestigious "Bill Rhodman Memorial Central Regional Classic", and the winner of the "2004 Bill Rhodman Memorial National Singles Classic Roll-off Championship".

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  TNBA Nationals Fort Worth, Texas
Proprietors Cup Team  Beavercreek, Ohio
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