Who will win the 2023 World Bowls Champion of Champions Title?
Thirty-three nations from around the world will compete for a World title in the men’s and women’s singles at the 2023 World Champion of Champions.
Club Robina on Australia’s Gold Coast will host this prestigious international event, with 32 men and 26 women competing at a Club set in beautiful, landscaped gardens in a private and tranquil setting with three manicured greens.
To qualify for the World Bowls Champion of Champions you must have won your club championship and clinch your country’s overall champion of champion title to compete in this event.
More than half of the players will be fresh off the World Championship and include World class players such as Lucy Beere (Guernsey), Midori Matsuoka (Japan), Selina Goddard (New Zealand), Lal Chand Prasad (Fiji), Anthony Loh Kee Sin (Singapore) and Edward Morris (England). Karen Murphy, Australia’s most decorated and best-known world champion, is back on the international stage after winning the 2013 Champions of Champions in Christchurch, New Zealand.
With a strong field, the World Bowls Champion of Champions at Club Robina will be viewed across the world and each day of the event will be live streamed by the Gold Coast Tweed Bowl’s Association media team.
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