|Las Vegas Classic Event Formats|
Championship Match: One or two single game matches including Match 3 winner and #1 Seed. If the Qualifying Leader is also the Cashers’ Round leader, that bowler must be defeated twice in the Stepladder Finals. The Championship Match winner is the Challenge Champion.
Six games across twelve lanes on a 43’ pattern. The top 20 qualifiers plus 4 Seniors (with less than 96 entries), the top 26 plus 6 Seniors (with 96 to 119 entries), or the top 32 plus 8 Seniors (with more than 119 entries) advance to the Match Play Round. With a full field of 150 bowlers, a total of 51 players plus the top two Seniors not advancing to the Match Play Finals, cash.
Qualifying pinfall carries over. No re-oil. 5-game Modified Match Play with 30 bonus pins added to each single game victory (15 bonus pins for ties). In each match prior to the Position Round, the higher seed may decide which bowler starts the match on the left lane. Fifth Round is position round and the bowler assigned the left lane will start the match. Top five advance to Stepladder Finals.
5-Player Stepladder Finals
Single game elimination with 5th place bowling 4th place; winner bowling 3rd place, etc. The higher seed may choose which bowler will begin the match on the left lane. The Championship Match winner is the Challenge Champion.
LAS VEGAS CLASSIC 900 GLOBAL CHAMPIONSHIP
| The top thirty-two bowlers as determined by their composite qualifying positions from the three previous Challenge events earn a spot in the LVC 900 Global Championship Elimination Bracket Finals. Qualifiers 1 through 8 earn two byes; qualifiers 9 through 16 earn one bye. Seeding position ties, including for positions 9 and 16, will be resolved using the bowler's total 18-game pinfall from the three Challenge event qualifying rounds. The 43’ pattern will be on the left lane and the 35’ pattern will be on the right lane of each pair. In each round, the higher seed may decide which bowler begins the match on the left lane.|
900 GLOBAL SWEEPER
LOGO INFUSION SWEEPER
| Three games across six lanes. One game will be bowled on each of the three patterns to be used in the Challenge events. Final standings determined by total three-game pinfall. Prize payout is 1 in 3 plus 2 Seniors. Limited to 75 entries. Entry fee is $80.00.|
STEVE COOK'S BOWLING SUPPLY SWEEPER
| Four games across eight lanes. Lanes WILL NOT be re-oiled following 35' Challenge Qualifying Round. Final standings determined by total four-game pinfall. Prize payout is 1 in 3 plus 2 Seniors. Limited to 60 entries. Entry fee is $75.00.|
"UNDER $301" HOUSE SHOT SWEEPER
| Four games across eight lanes on the South Point League "House Pattern". The sweeper is available only to Las Vegas Classic entrants who cashed for a combined total of less than $301.00 in the three Challenge events (not including Brackets, Side Pots, and/or Super Century Doubles). Final standings determined by total four-game pinfall. Prize payout is 1 in 3 plus 2 Seniors. Limited to 60 entries. Entry fee is $70.00.|
| Using the scores bowled during Challenge Qualifying or the Monday Sweeper, a bowler may team up with other bowlers (forming doubles teams) in a total pins competition in each event . The caveat: the combined ages of the bowlers comprising each team must equal 100 or more. Teams may only enter once. The cost is $20.00 per team and the prize payout is one prize for every five teams.|
LAS VEGAS CLASSIC SENIOR STAR
| South Point Hotel has generously provided for a prize of $500.00, in addition to any prize money already earned, to the Senior bowler (age 50 and over) with the lowest composite finishing positions in each of the four major events: 35' Challenge, 39' Challenge, 43' Challenge, and the Las Vegas Classic 900 Global Championship. That bowler will be recognized as the "Las Vegas Classic Senior Star".|