The USBC posts bowling averages on Bowl.com, USBCBowlingAcademy.com, BowlingDigital.com and through the United States Public Records Search Service at InstantCheckmate.com. On the USBC website, users can sign up for a free newsletter that offers information on bowling averages.
In addition to the more popular bowling average statistics, Balmoral Software offers a distribution table for scores in ten-pin bowling. The table lists the many ways to obtain a score. BowlingDigital.com contains bowling averages for collegiate, high school, youth and USBC women's, mixed, senior and men's championships.
As of August 31, 2015, the highest USBC bowling average is held by Jeff Carter of Springfield, Illinois.