Eight of the Go Bowling! PBA Tour’s top performers based on competition points earned over a two-year span – including defending champion and Australian, Jason Belmonte – will take center stage at this weekend’s Barbasol PBA Tour Finals presented by Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa in Las Vegas.
Australia’s two-handed star, Jason Belmonte, defeated top qualifier Jakob Butturff of Tempe, Arizona, 224-213, to win the DHC PBA Japan Invitational.
Australia’s Jason Belmonte and Sam Cooley were part of The World team who defeated the USA, 2-0, in a best-of-three Baker team format which concluded a week of PBA competition at Thunderbowl Lanes in Detroit on Friday (local time).
Australia’s two-handed bowling star – Jason Belmonte has become the first bowling in the history of professional bowling to win 11 career majors by defeating Jakob Butturf, 236-227, to win the 2019 PBA World Championship this morning (Australian time) in Detroit.
Australia’s Jason Belmonte has won his 20th career PBA title at this morning’s Chameleon Championship, where four PBA titles including a major are on offer at the PBA World Series of Bowling in Detroit, Michigan, this week.
At 54 years of age Norm Duke has showed the world that age isn’t a barrier to winning after defeating Australian and World number one, Jason Belmonte at the PBA Indianapolis Open, this morning 237-219