2015 Roth/Holman PBA Doubles Championship Finals

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The 2015 Roth/Holman PBA Doubles Championship, originally aired March 1, 2015, features Norm Duke & Wes Malott, Tom Daugherty & Dino Castillo, Bill O'Neill & Jason Belmonte, Shawn Maldonado & D.J. Archer and Osku Palermaa & Dom Barrett.

From Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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28 Comments on “2015 Roth/Holman PBA Doubles Championship Finals”

  1. idk, im not a big fan of doubles, i think a lot is lost when the players only get to throw half the shots on one lane. still appreciate the upload tho šŸ™‚

  2. Like the link between chess and bowling, I play chess and it does help with concentration and thinking ahead for bowling

  3. ESPN always cut the telecast short. Osku threw his spare shot at a full rack on his full shot too. It wouldn’t hurt them to keep it showing for 30 more seconds…Anyway, besides that, absolutely great show. Thanks for the upload!

  4. Carmen Salvino is looking pretty good at 81. Would have been nice if they spoke with him, too.

  5. Palermaa launches his spare balls like a rocket. Who knows how fast that ball went – maybe 25 mph?

    39:48 1:04:40 1:08:20 LOL

  6. The way Osku’s throwing the ball with a single hand is incredible. I like that in fact, I’m gonna try to bowl like him. More speed, pins flying around šŸ˜€

  7. Every time is see Holman sitting in the stands I always think, is that Captain Picard!

  8. The title match demonstrates just what makes bowling the best sport of them all: there is no one way to get the job done. You can have a loose, high arm swing like Dom, you can go two-handed like Osku, you can put a crap load of rotation on the ball like Wes, or you can go real straight like Norm. Its not like you can run two different ways in football, its just one foot in front of the other.

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