Pro Bowling

Senior Tour: One Mohr for Ron

June 23rd, 2011 by bobjohnson | Comments Off

Ron Mohr has established himself as the player to beat on the PBA Senior Tour — and that’s saying something, considering the circuit also features the winningest player in PBA history, Walter Ray Williams Jr.


Technology takes the week off

March 2nd, 2011 by bobjohnson | Comments Off

Choosing the right equipment is imperative at any level in today’s game, and the pros know it.


Mika, O’Neill Barnes Top PBA Stats

February 23rd, 2011 by bobjohnson | Comments Off

Not only are post-season honors up for grabs as the 2010-11 season enters its home stretch, but so are “byes” in the upcoming Dick Weber Playoffs.


O’Neill seeks a U.S. Open repeat

February 16th, 2011 by bobjohnson | Comments Off

It’s one of bowling’s most storied tournaments, and it could be the last best chance for a Player of the Year challenge to “Mega-Major Mika.” Check out the complete schedule, including three telecasts.


Can Kulick make history again?

January 5th, 2011 by bjiwebmaster | Comments Off

Can Kulick make history again?

The 2010 Tournament of Champions winner begins her title defense on January 17 at Red Rock Lanes in Las Vegas.


Sweet win for Virginia Norton’s son

December 16th, 2010 by bobjohnson | Comments Off

In his pro bowling television debut, Scott Norton bowls like a seasoned pro in winning the PBA’s Chameleon Championship at the World Series of Bowling.


PBA back on ABC… and so is Bo

December 1st, 2010 by bobjohnson | Comments Off

When the Tournament of Champions airs next month from Las Vegas, Nelson Burton Jr. will be a part of the broadcast team.


11-city Senior schedule set for 2011

November 23rd, 2010 by bjiwebmaster | Comments Off

New stops, old favorites and a visit to Wayne Webb’s new center highlight the expanded schedule.


Foreign players holding their own

October 27th, 2010 by bobjohnson | Comments Off

There’s a strong international contingent in Las Vegas for the PBA World Series of Bowling, and after the first two days of action, they’re making an impact.


International star may be out

October 21st, 2010 by bobjohnson | Comments Off

Stuart Williams is refused entry to the United States, meaning he may not be able to compete in the PBA’s World Series of Bowling in Las Vegas.



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