2017 PBA50 DeHayes Insurance Group Championship Stepladder Finals

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The stepladder finals of the 2015 DeHayes Insurance Group Championship feature Pete Weber, Amleto Monacelli, Norm Duke, Parker Bohn III and Walter Ray Williams Jr.

Originally webcast live on Xtra Frame August 8, 2017 from Pro Bowl West in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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27 Comments on “2017 PBA50 DeHayes Insurance Group Championship Stepladder Finals”

  1. I met Walter Ray Williams Jr & Parker Bohn III since Farmingdale Lanes PBABowling & they’re such great players in practice & competition on XTRA FRAME. Notice on the nicest approach by Parker Bohn III’s left swing with the second arrow. That’s what I called a class action swing with style. I really don’t get what Randy is saying but I say that his elegance on the approach is well great to see.

  2. Wow not a surprise any of these 5 made it to the show… All have qualified and won on tour many times before!


    What a tough break for Norm Duke leaving that 7-10 split! Very unfortunate. Congrats to Pete Weber on his 100th title!


  4. Amazing, I guess in my bowling center more people are watching me. And that’s only the staff haha. Isn’t that strange. So many greats of our sport and only such a small crowd.

    1. I like both tours….love watching these guys because they are my age, but seeing the kids twisting it up is gun to watch too.

  5. This player line up reminds me of the good old days, for me that’s the 90’s… IMO the telecasts were way better back then.

  6. Pete Weber threw a clutch strike to win his 100th overall title in the dehayes insurance group championship

  7. Amazes me that there are such small crowds. I would have loved to be there and watch these five legends. PDW is the man! Go Pete!

    1. Do it. The pba50 is pretty good. It doesn’t get the hype the regular pba does but that doesn’t mean these guys are bad. If we ever get crowds back look the events up.

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