Helen Thomas and Clarence Fraizer AKA 'Snow'
HOPKINSVILLE, Kent.—Clarence Frazier continues to smash through the competition and dominate the lanes with the latest addition to his Hammer arsenal—The Sauce—bringing his total number of 300 games to over 35.
This Saginaw, Mich., native has bowled exclusively with Hammer balls since 1968, when he first took to the lanes. In fact, his scored so well with his first Sauce that he bought a second and has experienced the same level of success. After witnessing Frazier’s performance on the lanes with the Sauce, his league team member, Helen Thomas, purchased her first Sauce and rolled a 298 on her second game.
“The Sauce has definitely performed well for me,” said Frazier. “It carries well and has a good roll on it. I’ve always been impressed with the Hammer brand and have had good scores with their balls. That’s definitely what I like!”
Frazier has experienced a number of victories during his career and currently averages 225-236 in league pay. Along with his ever-climbing number of 300 games, he has rolled an 800 series a total of 16 times, and is sure to roll more. Frazier is a member of The National Bowling Association (TNBA) and won the 2008 TNBA Central Bill Rhodman Singles Classic Senior Division. He was also inducted into the Saginaw Hall of Fame in October 2008. He is a member of several bowling leagues in Saginaw and continues to actively compete in local, regional and national tournaments.
For more information on The Sauce ball series, visit the goods section of www.hammerbowling.com.