Pig Pin Tournaments

Pig Pin (Football-Bowling)

What do you get when you cross throwing the football (aka pigskin) with striking the bowling pins down the lane? ... Pig-Pin! Test your arm and throwing prowess with one of our Casual Pig Pin Tournaments. There are no professionals here, our tournaments are built for fun.

Invite your friends to come play, have some snacks and drinks, and watch the Thursday Night Football Game.

Pig Pin Tournament Registration

$25 per Player
Thursdays 6:30pm-8:30pm
Registration Includes Unlimited Sling Putt and a Drink per player (an additional $15 value)
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Pig-Pin Tournament Details

Why Pig-Pin Tournaments at Game On NW?
We all love watching the NFL and wondering, "I wonder if I could make that pass?" Here is your opportunity to sling the football around for a few hours with some friendly competition. You are guaranteed to have fun and may even win a prize for your performance.

Pig Pin Venue Amenities

Food & Drink - We want your tournament participation to be a special event.  Enjoy your favorite snacks and beverages.

Entertainment - Enjoy sports on the Big Screens as we show the latest sports going on the TVs including Seahawks, Mariners, Kraken, and Sounders.  Music - We will also have music playing in the background.

Seating - We have some extra seating for spectators to watch the fun and enjoy the atmosphere.

Winners and Prizes

The First place Competitor will receive a $60 gift card good for High Trek Adventures, Game On NW, and High Trek Chelan.

The Second Place Competitor will receive a $20 gift card good for High Trek Adventures, Game On NW, and High Trek Chelan.

Pig-Pin Tournament Rules

Setup 10 pins on each end of the lane on the designated markings. Each player will take turns tossing the football at the opponents pins. The first player to knock all the opponents pins down, wins the round. Each match will be the best of 5 (first player to win 3 rounds).

In the event that both players knock down all the pins on the same turn, then setup a single pin at the front position of the lanes and play a single pin sudden death. First person to knock the pin down unless both players knock down the pin on the same turn then repeat with another sudden death toss.

Basic Play Protocols: After each throw, if pins were knocked down they should be cleared off the field of play by removing the pins and placing them behind the Standing pins. In the event that a stray ball from another lane enters the field of play and knocks the pins you may replace the pins to the previous state. Only balls making forward motion count. This means that if a player over throws and hits the wall and it bounces back and hits pins, those pins do not count and need to be restored to the lane where they were prior to the turn.

Tournament Types - tournament formats are based on the number of players and time allotted for the event.

Double Elimination – Players are matched-up in a bracket format and any player that loses two games is eliminated. The winning players continue to play until a winner is crowned. There are many creative ways to organize double elimination games. Here’s the most typical Example: If you have twelve competitors, the competitors play each other in the first round – Player 1 vs. Player 2, Player 3 vs. Player 4, and so on. The winners go to the winner’s column and the loser to the loser’s column. At the end of the first round you will have six winners and six losers. In the second round, reward the winning players by matching-up the winning players against the losing players – Winning Player 1 vs. Losing Player 1, Winning Player 2 vs. Losing Player 2, and so on. Continue to play and eliminate players with two losses. In the event that you have an odd number of competitors playing, reward the player with highest winning point margin with a bye.

Round Robin –  A round robin tournament is when all players play each other once and the player with the most wins ultimately wins the tournament. So, if you have 6 competitors each competitor will play 5 Matches. Round Robin will be used when there are 4-6 or fewer competitors.