SingaporeBowling (SBF), formerly known as Singapore Tenpin Bowling Congress, was constituted in 1963.
The Singapore Tenpin Bowling Congress was constituted in 1963 at a time when the sport of Tenpin Bowling was strictly for the recreational past-time of a privileged few.
In 2005, the Singapore Tenpin Bowling Congress formerly changed its name to the Singapore Bowling Federation (SingaporeBowling) (SBF), the Constitution was amended and a new logo formed.
Singapore Bowling Federation (SBF) or informally known as SingaporeBowling is the National Sports Association for the Sport of Tenpin Bowling. The Federation is affiliated to World Bowling and Asian Bowling Federation. We are also affiliated to Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) and supported by Sport Singapore (SportSG).
Singapore Bowling Federation is a Registered Society with the Registry of Societies (ROS), registered Charity and Institution of a Public Character (IPC).
All registered charities enjoy automatic income tax exemption.
Institutions of a Public Character (IPCs) are exempt or registered charities which are able to issue tax deductible receipts for qualifying donations to donors.
Mr Tan Eng Joo – 1964 – 1966 Mr William Bill Goodwyn – 1966 – 1968 Mr Rex C Hill – 1968 – 1969 Mr Peter Choo Chwee Teck – 1969 – 1971 Mr Koh Boon Chiang – 1971 – 1972 Mr Robert Si Oh Seng – 1972 – 1973 Mr Peter Choo Chwee Teck – 1973 – 1975 Mr Chua Siak Phuang – 1975 – 1977 Dr Tan Luan Hooi – 1977 – 1979 Mr Chua Siak Phuang – 1979 – 1980 Mr Chng Seng Mok – 1980 – 1981 Mr Robert Tan Poh Seng – 1981 – 1985 Mr Philip Wong – 1985 – 1989 Mr Robert Tan Poh Seng – 1989 – 1991 Dr Ong Teck Thian – 1991 – 1995 Mr Jack Tan Swee Ann – 1995 – 1997 Dr Ong Teck Thian – 1997 – 2002 Mrs Jessie Phua – 2002 – 2021
SingaporeBowling had a new Logo from May 2005. This logo is designed with the bowling pin as the main object of the visual, which represents the sport. Using a brush-like stroke, it symbolizes the ease and freedom of bowling as a sport. Red & White are the main colours for the logo where these colours symbolize the colours of our National State Flag.