The Shuffleboard Federation: Company Information

If you are interested in buying a Shuffleboard Table, please call 866-561-8667 to speak directly to company Founder/President, John McDermott.

The Shuffleboard Federation was incorporated in 1987. We manufacture and distribute an extensive, growing line of world class shuffleboard tables, accessory products and promotional materials. The company has grown steadily by focusing on providing outstanding products and service at competitive prices. We currently serve customers in all 50 states, as well as internationally. For more information about our products and services, please click Contact Us or Information Request.

The Shuffleboard Federation is owned and operated by John McDermott, whose involvement in shuffleboard dates back to 1976. His background includes many years of league and tournament administration and he has, for the past 31 years, played professionally and been rated as one of the top ten players in the sport. He has developed dozens of products for the shuffleboard industry and his product knowledge in terms of both shuffleboard tables and accessory products is unsurpassed. He is also the tournament director of the most prestigious shuffleboard tournament in the world, the North American Shuffleboard Championships, a position he has held since he founding the tournament in 1990. This vast wealth of experience has proved invaluable in helping thousands of people to purchase the right Shuffleboard Table for their lifestyle and budget.

In 2004, John's many accomplishments were officially recognized as he was inducted into the Table Shuffleboard Hall of Fame as both a player and promoter of the game.


The Following Are Excerpts From John's Hall Of Fame Induction Booklet, Including A Partial List Of His Tournament Achievements.


In a time when there are so many truly great players, it is fitting that John McDermott joins the ranks of the best to ever play the game. He has and will continue to uphold the highest standards of the game, both as a player and promoter. I applaud his selection to the Table Shuffleboard Association's Hall of Fame.

Congratulations on your well deserved honor.

Al Salazar
Vice-President, TSA


John has taken shuffleboard into the big time... and for that and all his other contributions to the game, his induction is overdue. The thing I like about John is that he's real approachable when it comes to suggestions, or questions or whatever, and even on the dumbest questions he'll take time and give you a good answer or response, (even though you might need to be smacked in the head instead for asking such a dumb question) so to you John, congrats, and hope you keep up the excellent job of promoting and supporting our game for many years to come.

Dan Holland


John is a great player and a great promoter. He has donated 3 sets of shuffleboard weights to the Evergreen Shuffleboard Association, in Washington, for many years. His support has been greatly appreciated. John runs a great tournament in Reno and each year it gets better and better. We first met John when he made a road trip to Washington. That was many years ago. He and Darroll played money games against Jim Foran and Gary George at Larry and Ray’s Tavern. They spent the night playing and having a good time. The next day John, Darroll and Steve Bjorn came to our house for Easter Dinner. It was a pleasant and relaxing day spent getting to know our new “friend”. John deserves to be in the National Hall of Fame for all of his contributions to the game of shuffleboard.

Congratulations John. Enjoy your moment and keep up the good work.

Jim and Michelle Foran


You couldn't find a better ambassador for the game. If I haven't ever said it before, thank you, John, for all your hard work and innovations on what I believe to be the best run tournament of them all. You are a real class act!

Congratulations,
Cindy Clark


I first met John in the early 80's in Detroit. He was very young, but I could already tell he was going to go far in shuffleboard. I was highly impressed by his skill and his enthusiasm. He came up with the great ideas of a "shuffleboard federation" and was the first to talk of turning shuffleboard into a professional sport.

Today, John is one of the best players in the game. He promotes shuffleboard around the country and is involved in shuffleboard at all levels. He definitely deserves this honor. Congratulations, John.

Best regards,
Bill Melton


Congratulations John for your induction into the National Hall of Fame, a well deserved honor.

John was the first person to guide us upon our discovery of shuffleboard. He led us to Board Talk and gave us much-needed advice to further our game. The North American Shuffleboard Championship he operates in Reno is first class, and so is he. He truly defines "Friendship Through Competition".

Love, Michael and Susie Halstead Kentucky


Equipped with highly refined taste buds, John McDermott has always steered me in the direction of only the finest restaurants. His ability to select the best dishes and choose the tastiest wines is surpassed by none. While so many shuffleboard players will opt for a greasy hamburger or polish sausage, John's tastes will lead you to a succulent filet mignon, juicy duck a la orange, and other culinary masterpieces. I have been lucky enough to share such dining experiences with the “King of Cook”, and look forward to future 5 star restaurant outings with John. Yes, he deserves his place in the National Shuffleboard Hall of Fame.

Oh, almost forgot... John's a pretty damn good player and these little Reno tournaments suggest he's done his share of promoting the game of shuffleboard. John has been extremely supportive of our local tournaments, in the way of wax, supplies, wisdom, and advice.

I am proud and honored to call John my friend.

Congratulations John!
Eddie Brayman


I would like to say congratulations to John. Who has taught me that the integrity of the game comes first. I have known John for 20 years and his passion for this sport has never been more than it is in this point of his career. May the coming years always be your best.

Rob Kern


We congratulate John McDermott for his TSA induction award. John, as a vendor, has always supported The Board Talk through his advertising in each issue and, as a promoter, has routinely advertised his tournaments. John's player skill speaks for itself with his long list of first place wins.

Congrats to John!

Tom & Lynda French,
The Board Talk Editors/Publishers


John has been an inspiration to all. He is tireless, a good sportsman, and a friend to all. He has done a very wonderful job in promoting the game of tabletop shuffleboard for the whole world to see and compete in.

May he never give up.

Georganna Brand and Don Stallsworth


It is quite clear what John McDermott has done for the game of shuffleboard. The North American Shuffleboard Championships have changed the way people view tournaments, set new standards, and encouraged others to follow its’ lead. For a game such as shuffleboard, the importance of those who are willing to take those steps for the betterment of the game are paramount. John Mc Dermott has done that and so much more for the game that we all love.

It is hard to imagine where the game would be today without the efforts of John. Fortunately, for us, we do not have to know that.

Thank you for everything, John. You are not only a great promoter and player, but one hell of a person as well. I can think of no one that deserves the honor more.

Congratulations,
Steven Perry


I first met John in the summer of 1988 or 1989. I was helping Don Valk with his U.S. Open tournament in Austin, TX. I had been playing shuffleboard less than a year. After having been introduced to him, I remember driving him to a local auto parts store to pick up some cleaner-polish for the boards. He mentioned that he wanted one of the companies that made auto polish to make a polish and cleaner for table shuffleboards. And as I recall, this was about the time frame that the 'Shuffleboard Federation' was being formed/established. In fact, I believe the U.S. Open subsequently became one of the tournaments in which the Shuffleboard Federation became heavily involved. I do have a T-shirt somewhere in my souvenir collection showing at least a dozen shuffleboard tournament locations, from San Diego to Philadelphia.

Subsequently, John and I would visit briefly with John at various tournaments. I was always impressed with his seemingly tireless effort in promoting and organizing table shuffleboard tournaments. When he wasn't promoting or running a tournament somewhere, he was exhibiting his shuffleboard wares at trade shows or writing articles. During the early 1990's I remember reading several shuffleboard articles authored by John for a couple of monthly/bi-monthly pool/darts type magazines. One of the columns appearing in each issue that John wrote called "The Hammer" was extremely interesting to me, being a novice shuffleboard player, because from time to time the article offered various game strategies. As I recall, the brief history of shuffleboard appeared in one of the magazines.

Unfortunately, I haven't been able to attend the Reno tournaments over the years as much as I would have liked because of timing conflicts with the type of work I was doing. Last year was my first. From what I have read and heard the Reno tournaments have been a great success. I believe John has been and still is one of the major contributors to the popularity of shuffleboard today, thanks to his efforts in Reno and his contributions to various other shuffleboard tournaments. Thank you, John!

Oh yes, if you want to get to his 'down home' side, just mention that galaxy phenomenon you witnessed in the sky the other night and start talking about your powerful telescope!

See you in Reno!!
Ken Strong


John's consistent efforts and ideas to organize shuffleboard, improve the quality of the game, and grow the sport can be seen at all levels of the game. You have earned this recognition and our congratulations.

Ron & Sharon Huddleston


For John McDermott. This is a great thing for all the hard work he does.

Mary Brown


I would like thank John for all the wax and sets of weights he has donated to the Houston Holiday Open. Congratulations on being inducted in the Hall of Fame. I hope he continues to be prosperous in the shuffleboard world.

Harvey Kidd


I have known John for a number of years. There are few who have done as much to make shuffleboard the recognized game it is today. He originated the North America Championship Tournament in Reno, one of the big three, and perhaps the fun due to the access to the tables. He and Phil Seibel started The Shuffleboard Federation that supplies everything you need to play a little game of board. They have become the benchmark by which all other providers are measured.

John has provided me and many, many other tournament directors free dust, weights for raffles, bracket charts and many other tournament aids. He has provided these freebies because he loves the game and knows just how difficult it is to run a tournament for 200 or more people. This honor bestowed upon him is well deserved and over due.

Best regards,
Bobby Williams


The only decision to make about John McDermott's induction into the Hall of Fame, should be the whether to induct him as a Player or as a Promoter. He is one of the best at both! This is a well-deserved honor. Congratulations John!!!!

Take care,
Jeri Williams


John McDermott has been instrumental in the betterment of shuffleboard. He began the tour several years ago at the Holiday Inns across the country and then started the North American Championships in Reno, which is one of the 4 premier tournaments today. He has worked tirelessly to obtain sponsors so we are not just playing for our own money. He's developed many shuffleboard products. His weights and wax are the Cadillac of the industry.

Without John's efforts, shuffleboard would not be where the game is today. He definitely deserves his place in the TSA Hall of Fame.

Oh, he is no bad player either!

Congratulations,
David Williams Sr.


I don't know John very well, but as far as I'm concerned John has promoted the game of shuffleboard, as much or more than anyone I know. Along with being a great player, John has also donated product to any number of tournaments including the Women Wandering The World.

Sheryl Cockerill


It has been a pleasure to know John through the years. He has done so much to further the game of Shuffleboard with all his hard work with the Reno tournament. He is a nice man, always friendly no matter how long it’s been since he last saw you.

Congratulations, John
The Shirley's, Bob and Lois of Arizona, formerly Washington State


I was introduced to John 18 years ago at the 1986 US Open in Austin, Texas and was told by others that he was going to be one of the top players in the game. I was also told he intended to make a living at the game of shuffleboard. For the next two days, I watched as he ran over some of the best players in the country. He almost won the pro singles.

Two weeks later, he shows up at the Ace of Clubs in Marysville, CA for the Annual Labor Day Tournament. Again, a big showing. Playing well, he finished first in doubles and third in singles. He made a big impression on all of us at that time early in his career. Also he demonstrated he was innovative – he played singles wearing a walkman radio.

Soon, with Phil Skover, the Shuffleboard Federation was founded. John realized the need for well-run tournaments and the need to equalize the game so all players could participate. In 1989 he helped, along with Ron Bowers, form the present rating system so that players could be divided into groups based on individual abilities.

By dividing players into separate groups based on skill level, large tournaments again became successful – everyone felt they had a chance to win and participation increased dramatically. All tournaments, large and small, instituted the skill level approach and we’ve seen an infusion of new players. The successful NASC tournament founded by John and the Federation is a great example.

John also realized the need for improved shuffleboard supplies and equipment. New weights, wax and other quality supplies emerged through the Federation, which have become the standard of the industry. His energy and innovation has paid off big time to promote the game of shuffleboard and to the benefit of all of its participants. We all thank you John.

As a top pro player, John has won or placed in over 160 tournaments over the past twenty-five years and is presently ranked among the five highest rated shuffleboard players.

Player. Promoter. You have done it all – and somehow I believe the best it yet to come.

Congratulations, John, on your induction into the Table Shuffleboard Association Hall of Fame.

Bob Hunt


P.S. I have great admiration for John. Talking with Bob about his induction gave me an opportunity to reflect on how much he’s actually contributed, in all respects, to the game. I truly appreciate the “welcome” mat he set out for amateur players which also encourages pro’s to help show us the way. Congratulations, John on a well-deserved honor.

Vickie Hunt


This isn't really a testimonial, but Terry & I want to congratulate John for this achievement & send him our best wishes. And also our thanks - if he hadn't started the Reno tournaments, we might not have ever met!

Thanks,
Pam Dowell


John McDermott is a huge part of the reason for the continued interest, and growth in the world of shuffleboard. There certainly wouldn't be a class tournament like the NASC if not for him, but several other tournaments wouldn't enjoy the success they do without John's donations, and participation when he can be there. Making a living in the "public" shuffleboard business is not an easy thing to do, as anyone who's attempted will testify. John's continued support and hard work should be more than appreciated by everyone who enjoys the game. That support and work is largely due only to a "love of the game" attitude. Because of Mr. McDermott, and others like him, table shuffleboard has been introduced to countless players that show up and financially support the game.

On a personal note, thank you John, for being a friend. We've enjoyed a casual friendship for many years, from the late 70’s, when we first met at the Corporate Image. As I got to know you a little better, I liked you a little less. But, that was before I got to know you even better, auctioneering for you at the NASC, and sharing a miniscule amount of the responsibilities that you take on year round in order to put on a truly First Class tournament. We became friends, I hope, and if anyone can think of a single person that deserves the honor of induction into the shuffleboard hall of fame more than you, I only have two words for them.... WRONG AGAIN!!!

Jack Davis


I'm very glad to hear that John is being inducted into the Hall of Fame. He's been one of the top players in the U.S. for quite some time. He has also been a major contributor to the game of shuffleboard as a promoter and innovator.

Doug Buhl


"It's about time! John has done so much for Shuffleboard for so many years. He really deserves this great honor."

Rick Boyer


From Morey and I and the Balloon Inn: John has always been one of our best fund raising supporters at the Balloon Inn in Colorado. His donation of weights has helped us raise more money at raffles than anything else. We would like to thank you, John, for helping us in times of need and for all your efforts and continued support of Shuffleboard. The North American Shuffleboard Champions tournament is the best and we always look forward to being there every year. Keep up the good work and Congratulations!

Char Waugaman


"John is a class act whose commitment to shuffleboard is immeasurable. His attributes as a player and promoter are obvious, but more impressive to me, is his uncanny ability to make everyone he meets him feel liked and respected. Congrats John on your induction to the NSHOF, and THANKS for being such a damned good guy!"

Steve Fisher,
Winston, Oregon


Linda and I both have had the honor of his fellowship on numerous occasions during the past few years, including 2 fantastic trips to his Reno extravaganzas. Again his disposition was extremely congenial and with professionalism. Prior to 3 years ago, we are aware of many of his contributions by hearsay and inevitably there is a lot of physical evidence of his accomplishments. On several occasions I've had conversations with him on the topic of promoting table shuffleboard and he responded to my questions with honesty and hole heartedly. We both have learned a great deal from his dedication to the game.

On one occasion Linda called him and asked if he would donate his products to the Annual Wandering Woman's Tournament. He gladly contributed his dust and wax. Out of generosity, John has donated his products to many other tournaments.

In conclusion and in a nutshell, this award, let us say, is long overdue. He has promoted table shuffleboard perhaps more than anyone we have ever met. His tournament is by far the most professionally run in the country. He has set examples for others to follow. John has proven not only his ever going desire but his ability to teach and promote Table Shuffleboard. Our sport is in need of a few others with similar abilities to continue to promote this game, to its deserving national and worldwide recognition. John McDermott is what I call a Paradigm Shifter.

Sincerely, Mahlon and Linda Nobles


I met John in 1999 while playing in my first out-of-town tournament. I’ve gotten to know him over the past five years by working for him at the NASC Tournament. His love for the game makes him a great promoter. I couldn’t begin to name the countless tournaments in Omaha where John has graciously supplied wax, a set of shuffleboard weights and silicone. And that’s just since I’ve known him. I respect John for his love of the game and his ability to run the best tournament of the year. If there is one thing I’ve learned about John, it is “Do right by him and he’ll do right by you.” Thank you, John, for allowing me to work the NASC Tournament. It is my honor and privilege to call you my friend.

Linda Ritter


John has come along way and has contributed much to the game since Jim Long and I first played him at the Wintergarden in Detroit.

Larry Creakbaum


John and I have known each other and have been close friends for several years now. John has served our game in many ways. First of all he is a great player. We have played with and against each other many times with each of us winding up on both ends of it.

John has also been instrumental in the evolution of our game by holding tournaments that offer events for all level of players. Lastly John serves our game by offering excellent shuffleboard supplies. Congratulations John, you are truly deserving of this honor.

Your friend,
Darrol Nelson



Year Place

Location

City

Event

Partner/Team

1979 2nd

Wintergarden Café

Detroit, MI

Open Doubles

Scott Rupert

  1st

Wintergarden Café

Detroit, MI

Open Doubles

Lou Herfi

  1st

Wagon Wheel Tavern

Lake Orion, MI

Open Doubles

Lou Herfi

1980 1st

Wintergarden Cafe

Detroit, MI

6 Person Team

 

  1st

Art's Bar

Lansing, MI

3 Person Team

 

  1st

Interlakes

Oakland County, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

McCleer's

Lansing, MI

Open Doubles

Greg Broka

1981 1st

Our Tavern

Grand Rapids, MI

Open Doubles

Lou Herfi

  1st

Wagon Wheel Tavern

Lake Orion, MI

Open Doubles

Mike Chamarro

  1st

Interlakes

Oakland County, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Lakeside Lounge

Union Lake, MI

Open Doubles

Lou Herfi

1982 1st

American Legion Post # 424

Bourbon, IN

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

McCleer's

Lansing, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Lakeside Lounge

Union Lake

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

Interlakes

Oakland County, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

A.J.'s Saloon

Highland, MI

Open Doubles

Mike Chamarro

1983 1st

Wagon Wheel Tavern

Lake Orion, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

  1st

American Legion Post # 424

Bourbon, IN

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

Lakeside Lounge

White Lake, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

  1st

Charlies Roost

Pontiac, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

  1st

Wagon Wheel Tavern

Lake Orion, MI

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

McCleer's Saloon

Lansing, MI

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

Interlakes

Oakland County, MI

Open Singles

 

1984 1st

Sportsman's Bar

Monroe, MI

Open Doubles

Greg Broka

  1st

Wagon Wheel Tavern

Lake Orion, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

  1st

Lakeside Lounge

White Lake, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

  1st

Androff's Bar

Detroit, MI

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

Stober's

Lansing, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

  1st

Interlakes

Oakland County, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Syd's Bar

Noblesville, IN

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

Wagon Wheel Tavern

Lake Orion, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

  1st

Lakeside Lounge

Union Lake, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

1985 1st

Dublin House

Detroit, MI

Open Doubles

Cheryl Collins

  1st

Walt's Bar

Detroit, MI

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

Chit Chat Lounge

Detroit, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Dublin House

Detroit, MI

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

Syd's Bar

Noblesville, IN

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

Lakeside Lounge

Union Lake, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

  1st

Kimmell Inn

Kimmell, IN

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

Wagon Wheel Tavern

Lake Orion, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Dublin House

Detroit, MI

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  2nd

Board Talk Reunion

Howell, MI

Open Doubles

Bobby Voorhis

  1st

Board Talk Reunion

Howell, MI

4 Person Team

Cheryl Collins, Gordie Collins, Bobby Voorhis

  1st

Interlakes

Oakland County, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

American Legion Post # 424

Bourbon, IN

Open Doubles

Bud Broka

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Lake Orion, MI

Open Singles

 

1986 1st

Ace of Clubs

Marysville, CA

Open Doubles

Darrol Nelson

  3rd

Ace of Clubs

Marysville, CA

Open Singles

 

  1st

Black Cat Tavern

Portland, OR

Round Robin Doubles

Galen Gaunce

  3rd

U.S. Open

Austin, TX

Open Singles

 

  2nd

Honey Comb Lounge

Dallas, TX

Open Singles

 

  1st

Honey Comb Lounge

Dallas, TX

Open Doubles

Howard Mouton

  3rd

P.T.'s Shuffleboard Alley

Houston, TX

Open Doubles

Bill Melton

  3rd

Colorado Open

Denver, CO

Open Singles

 

  1st

JD's Tavern

Ranier, OR

Open Doubles

Darrol Nelson

  1st

Stagger Inn

Bellflower, CA

Open Doubles

Leroy Ledford

1987 1st

Corporate Image

Fort Worth, TX

Six Person Team

Fred Thumann, Leroy Ledford, Donny Cox, Billy Chiles, Darrol Nelson

  3rd

Corporate Image

Fort Worth, TX

Open Doubles

Karl Spickelmier

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Warren, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Wagon Wheel

Lake Orion, MI

Open Doubles

Mike Chamarro

  1st

Michigan Open

Dearborn, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan Open

Dearborn, MI

Open Doubles

Darrol Nelson

  1st

Coors Colorado Open

Denver, CO

Open Singles

 

  1st

Coors Colorado Open

Denver, CO

Open Doubles

Darrol Nelson

  2nd

Coors Colorado Open

Denver, CO

Draw Partners

John Myles

  1st

American Legion

Bourbon, IN

Open Doubles

Lee McDonald

  1st

Wagon Wheel

Lake Orion, MI

Open Doubles

Lee McDonald

  1st

Stagger Inn

Bellflower, CA

Open Doubles

Leroy Ledford

  1st

Stagger Inn

Bellflower, CA

Open Singles

 

  3rd

Board Talk Reunion

Howell, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

1988 1st

Black Cat Tavern

Portland, OR

Open Singles

 

  2nd

Corporate Image

Fort Worth, TX

Open Singles

 

  1st

Corporate Image

Fort Worth, TX

Six Person Team

Bill Melton, David Williams, Billy Mays, Earl Kelly, Sam Summers

  2nd

Palm Tavern

Springfield, OR

Open Singles

 

  3rd

Michigan Open

Bloomfield Hills, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Lakeside Lounge

White Lake, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Oklahoma City Fall Classic

Oklahoma City, OK

Open Singles

 

  2nd

Oklahoma City Fall Classic

Oklahoma City, OK

Open Doubles

Bill Melton

  1st

Papa's Pub & Grub

Warren, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Colorado Open

Denver, CO

Open Doubles

Sam Summers

  2nd

Colorado Open

Denver, CO

Open Singles

 

  1st

Stagger Inn

Bellflower, CA

Open Singles

 

1989 2nd

P.C.S.A. Extravaganza

Las Vegas, NV

Open Singles

 

  1st

Lakeside Lounge

White Lake, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Board Talk Reunion

Lansing, MI

Open Singles

 

  2nd

Board Talk Reunion

Lansing, MI

Open Doubles

Mickey Mickens

  3rd

U.S. Open

Austin, TX

Open Singles

 

  2nd

U.S. Open

Austin, TX

Open Doubles

Sam Summers

  2nd

East Coast Extravaganza

Mechanicsburg, PA

Open Singles

 

  2nd

Colorado Open

Denver, CO

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Southfield, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Southfield, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

  2nd

Washington's Birthday

Fort Worth, TX

Open Doubles

Howard Mouton

1990 2nd

Washington's Birthday

Fort Worth, TX

Open Doubles

Sam Summers

  2nd

Washington's Birthday

Fort Worth, TX

Pro-Am

Mike Bruza

  3rd

Michigan Open

Southfield, MI

Mixed Doubles

Cheryl Collins

  3rd

Michigan Open

Southfield, MI

Pro-Am

Dennis Wilson

  1st

U.S. Open

Austin, TX

Open Doubles

Sam Summers

  1st

North American Championships

Las Vegas, NV

Open Doubles

Glen Davidson

  1st

East Coast Extravaganza

Philadelphia, PA

Open Doubles

Glen Davidson

  2nd

East Coast Extravaganza

Philadelphia, PA

Draw Partners

Bobby Voorhis

  2nd

American Legion Post #424

Bourbon, IN

Open Doubles

Lee McDonald

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Warren, MI

Open Singles

 

1991 1st

Board Talk Reunion

Kulpsville, PA

Open Singles

 

  1st

Board Talk Reunion

Kulpsville, PA

4 Person Team

Bjerne Sunde, Kathy Broka, Terry Broka

  1st

U.S. Open

Austin, TX

Pro-Am

Tammy Denson

  1st

American Legion Post #424

Bourbon, IN

Open Doubles

Lee McDonald

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Lansing, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Lansing, MI

Open Doubles


O.B. Brimm

1992 1st

P.C.S.A. Extravaganza

Las Vegas, NV

Open Doubles

Sam Summers

  1st

American Legion Post #424

Bourbon, IN

Open Doubles

Lee McDonald

  1st

Joe Abraham's Illinois Shootout

Peoria, IL

Open Doubles

Joe DeRosa

  1st

Board Talk Reunion

King of Prussia, PA

Open Singles

 

  1st

Board Talk Reunion

King of Prussia, PA

Round Robin Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Warren, MI

Open Singles

 

1993 2nd

P.C.S.A. Extravaganza

Las Vegas, NV

Open Singles

 

  2nd

Skip's Lounge

Houghton Lake, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Saginaw, MI

Open Singles

 

1994 1st

Wetland's Bar & Grill

Royal Oak, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

North American Shuffleboard Championships

Reno, NV

Deuces Wild

Jerry Bergquist, Roland Metivier Gordie Smith

1995 1st

P.C.S.A. Extravaganza

Las Vegas, NV

Open Doubles

Billy Mays

  2nd

P.C.S.A. Extravaganza

Las Vegas, NV

Open Singles

 

  1st

Wetland's Bar & Grill

Royal Oak, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Royal Oak, MI

Open Singles

 

1996 2nd

P.C.S.A. Extravaganza

Las Vegas, NV

Open Doubles

Sam Summers

  1st

Wetlands Bar & Grill

Royal Oak, MI

Mixed Doubles

Claudia Gosczynski

  1st

Toledo Open

Toledo, OH

Open Singles

 

  1st

Wetlands Bar & Grill

Royal Oak, MI

Open Doubles

Doug Stewart

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Saginaw, MI

Open Singles

 

1997 1st

Wetlands Bar & Grill

Royal Oak, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Wetlands Bar & Grill

Royal Oak, MI

Open Doubles

Mike Chamarro

  1st

Wetlands Bar & Grill

Royal Oak, MI

Mixed Doubles

Claudia Gosczynski

  1st

Wetlands Bar & Grill

Royal Oak, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Board Talk Reunion

Marion, IN

Open Singles

 

  2nd

Board Talk Reunion

Marion, IN

Open Doubles

Chris Passariello

  2nd

Southwest Open

Del City, OK

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Mixed Doubles

Claudia Gosczynski

  1st

Saginaw Valley Open

Saginaw, MI

Open Singles

 

1998 1st

Wetlands Bar & Grill

Royal Oak, MI

Draw Partners

 

  1st

Toledo Open

Toledo, OH

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Mixed Doubles

Betty Parrish

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Open Doubles

Mike Chamarro

1999 1st

Saginaw Valley Open

Saginaw, MI

Open Singles

 

  2nd

Southwest Open

Del City, OK

4 Person Team

Larry Creakbaum, Greg Broka, Ron Monville

  2nd

Southwest Open

Del City, OK

Open Doubles

Greg Broka

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Mixed Doubles

Betty Parrish

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Open Doubles

Mike Chamarro

2000 1st

Saginaw Valley Open

Saginaw, MI

Open Singles

 

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Open Doubles

Mike Chamarro

  2nd

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Mixed Doubles

Betty Parrish

2001 1st

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Open Singles

 

2002 1st

World Championship Doubles

Reno, NV

Open Doubles

Darrol Nelson

  1st

Michigan State Championships

Durand, MI

Open Singles

 

2003 3rd

Don't Sing it Bring it

Houston, TX

Open Doubles

Darrol Nelson

  3rd

Houston Holiday Open

Houston, TX

A-B Draw

Gary Thompson

2004 3rd

Board Talk Open

Garland, TX

Draft Team

Lee Boyajian, Mike Rial, Kay Nelson, Dwayne Nielson, Chris Smith

  2nd

16th Annual Northern California President's Day

Modesto, CA

Open Singles

 

  2nd

Michigan Open

Durand, MI

Open Singles

 

  2nd

Indiana Hall Of Fame

Yorktown, IN

Open Doubles

Glen Ingram

  1st

Michigan Hall Of Fame

Durand, MI

Open Singles

 

   

 

 

 

 



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