The United States Bowling Congress provides information about its membership impact, the diversity in bowling and the general history of bowling. The USBC is the national governing body of bowling that the United States Olympic Committee recognizes.
The USBC is a membership organization that provides standardized rules and regulations. The aim of the organization is to make bowling fair and to showcase the benefits of the sport.
The USBC runs many bowling-based programs and initiatives. USBC Youth provides tournaments to encourage the sport and leadership opportunities for children. USBC Youth also offers scholarships. The Scholarship Management and Accounting Reports for Tenpins program helps organizations set up, manage and disperse those scholarships. The USBC also runs high school and college-level programs.
USBC Coaching provides training programs and instructional tools to turn out quality bowling coaches. ESBC runs tournaments aimed not only at youth, but also adults and seniors. USBC Sport provides a platform for competitive bowling.
USBC governs Team USA and Junior Team USA. Players in these two teams participate in elite international competitions. The organization also participates in testing and research to enhance bowling and its credibility.
The USBC features several committees, a board of directors and executives. The organization's website provides information related to the committees, executives and board of directors, including an annual report.