2023 World Bowls Champion of Champions

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9:00 AM - 4:00 PM


The prestigious World Bowls Champion of Champions singles event will take place from September 11 - 16, 2023, at Club Robina on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. The 2023 event was originally scheduled to be held in New Zealand but was moved to be staged immediately after the 2023 World Championships which is also on the Gold Coast and is scheduled from 29 August to 10 September. The World Bowls Single Champion of Champions is an annual event and one of World Bowls' most prestigious. National Champion of Champion winners are invited to this event to claim the title of World Champion and the 2023 event will feature thirty-three nations from around the world comprises thirty-one men and twenty-seven women qualified from each country. The format of the event is 3 sets of 5 ends, with a one end tie break. World Bowls CEO Neil Dalrymple was excited about the staging of these Bowls events on the Gold Coast. “World Bowls is preparing for an amazing three-weeks of International Bowls set against the beautiful backdrop of Australia's Gold Coast, as the world's best bowlers will compete from all nations in these two major events.” World Bowls expresses our thanks to event partners, Tourism Events Queensland, Major Events Gold Coast, Club Helensvale, Club Robina, Gold Coast Tweed District Bowls Association, Aceit, and Niagara.

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Robina Bowls Club, 263 Ron Penhaligon Way, Robina QLD 4226, Australia

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2023 World Bowls Champion of Champions

Robina Bowls Club, 263 Ron Penhaligon Way, Robina QLD 4226, Australia

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