Bowling Titles

  1. Philippine Open Junior Masters Champion, December 1972
  2. Coronado Champion of the Year, Tournament, Manila 1973
  3. Philippine Bowling Congress Masters Champion, July 1974
  4. Japan Junior Masters Champion, Kyoto, Japan,April 1975
  5. Mindanao Open Masters Champion, Davao, Philippines, May 1975
  6. National Eliminations Winner (30 games) for the 8th FIQ World Championships, July 1975
  7. Surabaya, Indonesia, International Open Masters champion, June 1976
  8. Philippine Bowling Congress Masters champion, June 1976
  9. FIQ Asian Zone Overall Individual Masters Gold, Jakarta, Indonesia, August 1976
  10. 1976 Bowling World Cup Champion, Tehran, Iran, November 1976
  11. Hong Kong Open International Masters Champion, Hong Kong April 1977
  12. Bowling Inn Open Masters Champion, Manila, May 1977
  13. Surabaya, Indonesia, International Open Masters champion, June 1977
  14. Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Cup Masters champion, Taipei, November 1977
  15. Kallang, Singapore, International Open Masters Champion, December 1977
  16. World champions' Showdown in Manila Winner against 1977 World Cup Champion Arne Stroem, May 1978, (Won a Toyota Crown De Luxe Car)
  17. World champions' Showdown in Norway against 1977 World Cup champion Arne Stroem, May 1978
  18. Philippine International Masters Champion, April 1979
  19. Bowling World Cup National Finals Champion for Thailand, August 1979
  20. National Eliminations (96 games) for the 9th FIQ World Championships, August 1979
  21. QCBA Open Masters Champion, Quezon City, Philippines, September 1979
  22. Kallang, Singapore, International Open Masters Champion, December 1979
  23. Celebrity Valentine Open Masters Champion, Quezon City, Philippines, February 1980
  24. Philippine International Open Masters Champion, April 1980
  25. MBA-Astrobowl Open Masters Champion, Manila, June 1980
  26. National Champion for 1980 Bowling World Cup National Finals, August 1980
  27. Las Pinas Open Masters Champion, Rizal, Philippines, October 1980
  28. 1980 Bowling World Cup Champion, Jakarta, Indonesia, November 1980
  29. Malaysian International Open Bowling Championships, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1981
  30. Philippine Open Bowling Congress Masters Champion, June 1981
  31. Fil-Am Bowling Open Bowling Championships Masters Champion, Clark Air Base Pampanga, Philippines, June 1981
  32. SJBA Open Masters champion, Greenlanes, October 1981
  33. PBA-Lagerlite Open Masters Champion, Green Valley Country Club, October 1981
  34. National Eliminations Winner (120 Games) for Philippine Team for the SEA Games, October 1981(won three gold medals - All Events, Doubles, and Trios in the SEA Games, December 1981
  35. CBAD Open Masters Champion, Celebrity Sports Plaza, February 1982
  36. Philippine International Open Masters Champion, Green Valley Country Club, March 1982
  37. TBAM Open Masters Champion, Coronado Lanes, May 1982
  38. MBA Open Masters Champion, Celebrity Sports Plaza, August 1982
  39. QCBA Open Masters Champion, Celebrity Sports Plaza, August 1982
  40. Bowling World Cup National Finals Champion for Netherlands, September 1982
  41. National Eliminations for Philippine Team for the 7th FIQ Asian Zone Championships, November 1982, Las Pinas Metro Manila. (Won gold medals in All Events and Doubles)
  42. CBAD Valentine Open Masters champion, Celebrity Sports Plaza, February 1983
  43. All-Star International Open Masters champion, Kulala Lumpur, Malaysia, March 1983
  44. National eliminations winner for the Philippine Team to the World FIQ championships in Caracas, Venezuela November 1983
  45. 4th CBAD Valentine Open Masters Champion, Celebrity Sports Plaza, February 1984
  46. All-Star International Open Masters Champion, Merlin Bowl, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, April 1984
  47. 1984 South Pacific International Classic,National Champion, Coronado Lanes, Makati, July 20, 1984
  48. World's Invitational Bowling Tournament Champion, Sam's Town Lanes, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, August 4, 1984. This tournament was held in conjunction with the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics to showcase the sport of bowling. Participated by the top 24 bowlers in the world according to their rankings in the 1983 World Championships held in Caracas, Venezuela.
  49. 20th South Pacific Classic Champion, Bankstown Bowl, Sydney, Australia, August 26, 1984
    1. World Bowling Writers Association World Bowler of the Year for 1984
  50. Capitol Bowling Association Open Masters Champion, Celebrity Sports Plaza, September 11, 1984
  51. Celebrity Cup Open Masters Champion, Celebrity Sports Plaza, Otcober 8, 1984
  52. Pasig Bowling Association (PBA) Open Masters champion, Green Valley Country Club, October 28, 1984
  53. National eliminations winner for the Philippine Team to the Asian FIQ championships to be held Jackie's Bowl, Singapore, November 1984 .                          
    1. Won Gold medal in All-Events.
  54. 15th Ballmaster International Tournament champion, Tali Bowl, Helsinki, Finland (Europ'e most prestigious individual tournament.)
    1. World Bowling Writers World Bowler of the Year, given in Helsinki, Finland, January 7, 1985
  55. Philippine Bowling Congress National Match Play champion, Green Valley Country Club, February 3, 1985
  56. Grand Slam Champion, First Federal Territory Inter-City Bowling Championships, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, February 15, 1995 (won 5 gold medals in 5 events, Masters, All-Events, Singles, Doubles and Trios)
  57. Philippine International Open Masters champion, Green Valley Country Club, April 1985
    1. Masters Finalist, ABC Masters Tournament, Tulsa, Oklahoma,(reached round of 16) USA
  58. Philippine Bowling Congress International Match Play champion, Green Valley Country Club, June 1985
  59. Quezon City Bowling Association Masters Champion, Celebrity Sports Plaza, August 1985
  60. Australia Silver Jubilee tournament, Hurstville Bowl, Sydney, Australia, August 8, 1985
  61. Capitol Bowling Association Open Masters champion, Green Valley Country Club, September 1985
  62. National champion for 1985 Bowling World Cup National Finals, September 1985
    1. Won two Gold medals in the Southeast Asia (SEA) Games in Doubles and All-Events, Bangkok, Thailand, December 1985)
  63. Capitol Bowling Association Open Masters Champion, August 1986 (rolled a Philippine record and surpassed the Asian FIQ Record for 15 games scratch score of 3370 and 3490 with bonus during the masters finals of the Capitol Bowling Association Open held at Celebrity Sports Plaza in August, 1986)
  64. Bowling World Cup National Finals Champion, September 1986
  65. Tenpin Bowling Association of Subic (TBASCO) Open Masters Champion,Subic bay, Olongapo, September 1986
  66. 1986 Celebrity Cup Open Masters Champion, November 1986
  67. National eliminations Winner for the Philippine Team for the World FIQ Championships, in Helsinki, Finland, June 1987
  68. Philippine-Guam Championships, Masters Champion, Coronado Lanes Makati, July 1987
  69. South Pacific International Classic National Champion, Coronado Lanes, Makati, July 29, 1987
  70. Hong Kong International Open Masters Champion, Hong Kong, July 29, 1987
  71. Quezon City Bowling Association (QCBA) Masters Champion, Celebrity Sports Plaza, August 5, 1987
  72. National Champion for 1987 Bowling World Cup National Finals, August 1987
    1. Won three Gold Medals (Singles,Doubles and All Events) in the 1987 South East Asian games held Jakarta, Indonesia, September 1987
  73. Paranaque Tenpin Bowling Association Grand Masters Champion, Green Valley Country Club, November 1987
  74. Philippine Bowling Congress Masters Champion, December 1987
  75. Philippine Bowling Congress Circuit Champion of the Year 1987
  76. Celebrity Tenpin Bowling Association (CTBA) Valentine Masters champion, February 1988
  77. Philippine International Open Masters champion, Green Valley Country Club, April 1988
  78. Manila Tenpin Bowling Association Masters champion, May 1988
  79. National Champion for 1988 Bowling World Cup National Finals, September 1988
  80. Pasig Bowling association Masters champion, Green Valley Country Club, October 1988
  81. Philippine Bowling Congress Circuit Champion of the Year 1988
    1. Philippine Olympic Committee Athlete of the Decade Award for Bowling, April 1989
  82. Manila Tenpin bowling Association (MTBA)Open Masters Champion, May 1989
  83. National Champion for 1989 Bowling World Cup National Finals, September 1989
  84. United Arab Emirates International Open Masters Champion, Dubai, October 1989 ((Rolled the first ever perfect 300 game in the United Arab Emirates which was sanctioned by the World governing body for bowling - FIQ)
  85. Philippine Bowling Congress Open Masters Champion, Green Valley Country Club, June 1990
  86. Magallanes Bowling Association Open Masters Champion, (rolled a perfect 300 game) Astrobowl, July 1990
  87. Tenpin Bowling Association of Paranaque (TBAP) Open Masters Champion, Green Valley Country Club, March 1991
  88. Philippine Bowling Congress Open Invitational International Masters Champion, Greenlanes, June 1981
  89. TCBA Open Masters champion, SM Bowling Center, August 1991
  90. TCBA Grand masters champion, SM Bowling Center, August 1991
  91. Bowling World Cup National Finals Champion, September 1991
    1. Singles Gold Medal Champion, SEA Games, Manila, December 1991
  92. Seoul International Invitational Tournament Champion (Championships held among world's best 16 bowlers) beat USA Champion and Bowler of the Year Patrick Healy and Australian champion Ian Bradford in the championship finals, December 1991
  93. Tenpin Bowling Association of Paranaque (TBAP) Open Masters champion, Green Valley Country Club, March 1992
  94. Magallanes Bowling Association Open Masters Champion, Astrobowl, July,1992 (rolled a 12 gane series of 2808 for an average of 234
  95. Bowling World Cup National Finals Champion, September 1992
  96. Kuala Lumpur International Open Masters Champion, Mirama Bowl, Malaysia, October 1992
  97. Bowling World Cup Champion, Le Mans, France, November 8, 1992
    1. World Bowling Writers World Bowler of the Year for 1992
  98. Tenpin Bowling Association of Makati (TBAM) Open Masters champion, Green Valley Country Club, April 1993
  99. Philippine Bowling Congress Open Masters Champion, Green Valley Country Club, June 1993 (also rolled his fifth career perfect 300 games in the masters finals)
  100. Bowling World Cup National Finals Champion, September 1993
    1. Bowling World Cup Bent Petersen Country Over All Champion in South Africa, December 1993, (given to the country whose athletes have the best combined performance in the tournament together with Arianne Cerdena )
  101. Singapore Super Classic Champion, March 8, 1994
    1. Rolled the first ever perfect sanctioned 300 game at the SM Megamall Bowling Center during the 1994 METBA Open, April 1994
  102. FIQ Asian Zone Masters champion, Agana, Guam, July 1994
  103. Magallanes Bowling Association Open Masters champion, Astrobowl, August 1994
  104. Bowling World Cup National Finals Champion, September 1994
  105. Vice President Joseph Estrada Cup Open Masters Champion, Green Valley Country Club, September,1994.
  106. SBS Korean International Invitational Open Masters champion,(Championships held among the World's Top 16 bowlers. June, 1995. Paeng beat reigning World Cup Champion Tore Torgensen of Norway and Hiroshima Asian Games Masters champion, Hiroshi Yamamoto of Japan
  107. Hong Kong International Open Masters champion, Hong Kong June 1995 (Only Bowler to win this tournament 3 Times).
  108. Bowling World Cup National Finals Champion, October 1995
  109. Genting World Highlands - Malaysia International Open Masters Champion, June 1996
  110. Bowling World Cup National Finals Champion, 1996
  111. Bowling World Cup champion (Northern Ireland) Paeng's 4th World Cup,November 1996
  112. The Landmark Santa Claus Open Champion, Victor's Superbowl, Singapore, Nov. 9, 1997
  113. Asian Bowling Tour (Inaugural Leg Champion), Malysian Masters Cup. March,1998
  114. Genting World Highlands International Open Masters Champion , Malaysia, June 1998.
    1. FIQ Asian Zone Gold Medal in All Events, Taiwan, Chnese Taipeh, July,1998.
  115. World Tenpin Masters Champion in London, England March 7, 1999
    1. Philippine Sportswriters Association Athlete of the Century, December 1999
  116. Thailand Masters Cup Champion, Asian Bowling Tour, August, 2001,
    1. Philippine Sportwriters Association Athlete of the Millennium, December 2000
  117. Korea Open Masters champion, Pre Asian Games Storm Cup,Busan, Korea, October 2002
    1. Asian Games Gold Medal in Doubles event with RJ Bautista, Busan, South Korea, Oct. 4, 2002
  118. 10th AMBA-PEPSI Open Masters Title in Gameworx in Festival Mall Alabang, Philippines
  119. South Pacific Classic Champion, Melbourne, Australia, October 2007
  120. National Champion, Bowling World Cup for Melaka, Malaysia, October 2009
    1. Bowling World Cup Sportsman Award, Melaka, Malaysia, November 2009
  121. Magallanes Bowling Association (MBA) Masters Champion, March 2010
  122. 5th Henrich Masters Cup, Champion, Playdium Center,Philippines, February 6, 2011
  123. Philippine Bowling Congress International Open Masters Champion, June 25, 2011
  124. 1st ABC-Boysen Open Masters Champion, March 4, 2012
  125. 8th Henrich Cup Bowling Senior Masters Champion, February 13, 2014
  126. 2014 TBAM Seniors Masters Champion, Philippines, April 25, 2014
  127. 1st Nobleland Open Bowling Cup Senior Masters Champion, November 21, 2014
  128. 1st Nobleland Open Bowling Cup Mixed Open Masters Champion, November 23, 2014
  129. 6th SCTBA Prima Open Masters Champion, March 30,2015
  130. 13th PTBA Crown Pipes Mixed Senior Masters Champion, July 9,2015
  131.  2016 PSB Open Bowling Championships Senior Masters Champion, September 4, 2016