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2023 Bowls SA Masters Singles Update

2023 Bowls SA Masters Singles Update

The Masters starts on Friday and all eyes will be on the greens at WPCC as South Africa’s top bowlers converge on Cape Town.


This is a unique opportunity to see South Africa’s top Singles players in action, and spectators have been well catered for.

While there will be quite a bit of seating provided, spectators are encouraged to bring along their own chairs and umbrellas to ensure that they are as comfortable as possible.

Food and Drink
There will be food on sale, including boerewors rolls and other options from 11:00 am every day. The WPCC bowls club bar will be open, and there will also be a draught station available.


The Championships consist of 6 different competitions, with Men and Women playing separately in Open, Veteran and Junior competitions.

The Men’s and Women’s Open competitions have 16 competitors each, with 12 Men and 12 Women in each of the Veteran and Junior competitions.

Full details of the entrants and competition formats can be found in the Tournament Flipbook.

Bowling Sessions

Friday and Saturday will each have 4 sessions of Round Robin games, with another 2 being played on Sunday morning. The finals for each competition will take place on Sunday afternoon.

This is a total of 240 games being played over the 3 day competition – an absolute feast of bowls for spectators.

Officiating & Organising

With 240 games being played within 3 days, a lot of people are needed to keep things running smoothly. In addition to the tournament committee and volunteers, technical officials are obviously also essential.

A call was put out for Technical Officials to make themselves available – and they have done so! The Championship will have 76 Markers joining 22 Umpires to officiate! They have volunteered their time from all over SA and come from 8 different districts.