As of my last update in September 2021, the record for the highest single-game score in professional bowling was held by an American bowler named Tommy Jones. He achieved this remarkable feat during the 2017 Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour.
Tommy Jones accomplished this historic milestone on December 19, 2017, during the PBA PBA Scorpion Championship held in Reno, Nevada. In that particular game, he delivered a flawless performance, hitting all 12 strikes in a row, resulting in a perfect game, often referred to as a "300 game."
A perfect game in bowling is the pinnacle of achievement, representing the highest possible score a bowler can attain in a single game. It requires a player to roll 12 consecutive strikes, knocking down all ten pins with each roll. Achieving a 300 game demands not only great skill but also mental focus and composure, as the pressure increases with each successful strike.
It is worth noting that records in sports are subject to change, and it is possible that new achievements have occurred since my last update in September 2021. To find the most current information regarding bowling records, I recommend checking the official websites of organizations like the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) or other reputable sources that cover professional bowling events and statistics.
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