Category Archives: Around The World

Z JOHNSON WINS U.S. WOMEN’S OPEN TITLE

  United States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Liz Johnson of Deerfield, Illinois, just bought a house and is in the process of permanently relocating from New York to Illinois, and she’ll now need to make some room in her new place for a couple more trophies. The 43-year-old right-hander (above) defeated Poland’s Daria Pajak, 188-176, to win […]

The Top 5 Greatest PBA Bowlers of All Time

By Michael Cousins It is never easy ranking any sport’s greatest players. In fact, it is darn near impossible. There are many reasons for this, but the biggest issue with comparing different athletes from different eras is comparing the eras, themselves. But, for the sake of this article, we are going to give it a […]

BRIAN LECLAIR DEFEATS RON MOHR TO WIN JOHNNY PETRAGLIA BVL OPEN

-bowlingdigital 10 MAY, 2017 PBA50 Brian LeClair of Delmar, N.Y., won the PBA50 Johnny Petraglia BVL Open presented by Brunswick Tuesday to become the season’s first PBA50 Tour two-time winner. LeClair defeated two-time PBA50 Player of the Year and eight-time winner Ron Mohr of Las Vegas, 245-195, in the championship match at Farmingdale Lanes to […]

Parker Bohn III Bowls went 80 Clean to Top Qualifying in PBA50 Johnny Petraglia BVL Open

by JSchneider  |  Monday, May 08, 4:40 PM PBA Hall of Famer Parker Bohn III of Jackson, N.J., bowled eight games without an open frame and averaged 240 to lead qualifying after the second round in the PBA50 Johnny Petraglia BVL Open presented by Brunswick at Farmingdale Lanes. Bohn, a 35-time PBA Tour titlist and […]

Kyle Troup, Jesper Svensson Make History in Winning Roth/Holman PBA Doubles Championship

by bvint  |  Sunday, April 16, 12:51 PM PORTLAND, Maine – Kyle Troup of Taylorsville, N.C., and Sweden’s Jesper Svensson became the first team of two-handed players to win the MaineQuarterly.com Mark Roth/Marshall Holman PBA Doubles Championship Sunday at Bayside Bowl, throwing a closing string of 10 consecutive strikes to defeat Marshall Kent of Yakima, […]

Time for a Change at Bowling’s Top Level?

By Michael Cousins How many of you watched the Masters Tournament this weekend? For those of you that did, how many of you seen celebrities playing in hopes of garnering publicity and ratings? How many of you saw the commissioner of the PGA Tour lobbying with fans, talking about other sports, and live tweeting the […]