2019 PBA50 Suncoast Senior U.S. Open Stepladder Finals

The stepladder finals of the 2019 PBA50 Suncoast Senior U.S. Open feature Mika Koivuniemi, Tore Torgerson, Norm Duke, Steven Smith and Rolando Sebelén.

Originally webcast live on FloBowling June 14, 2019 from Suncoast Bowling Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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24 Comments on “2019 PBA50 Suncoast Senior U.S. Open Stepladder Finals”

  1. Love Michael Haugenn Jr. Great bowler and he seems like he may be the nices human being ever haha

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  2. Wow! I’ve been shooting professional videos and worked in live TV for the past 35 years. I’m also an avid bowler and was at the first PBA50 tournament in Clearwater, FL this year. I watched the FloBowling crew knock over cameras, get their feet tangles in cables and delay the finals by an hour because of inept staff. I don’t know if these people are actually being paid to work but it looks like they are volunteers without much an acumen for what Live TV should look like. I sincerely hope they can get it together or they’ll be looking for real work soon. America doesn’t settle for what appears to be high school level production work. Another disappointment from the PBA….

  3. love it when the shout casters understand ball motion and really appreciate that type of commentary. its so great for the sport imo. the terminology and the way they speak about ball motion in regards to what the players are doing/need to do. this will help spread the right knowledge because, as we bowlers know, there is so much false information being spread for a lot of casual/league bowlers.

    1. there are too many bowlers who have no accountability whatsoever. bowlers flipping off the pins and flailing their arms out when they leave like single 4 pin, 4 – 9 split, or stone 9 pin as a righty. earth to bowlers, if you leave these it is either because of they way YOU threw it, where YOU are standing/looking, or even the ball YOU are using. instead of getting mad at the pins, think of what you did differently and try to adjust…

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