2021 PWBA Lincoln Open Stepladder Finals

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Watch the stepladder finals from the 2021 PWBA Lincoln Open at Sun Valley Lanes and Games in Lincoln, Nebraska. The finals took place May 1 and were broadcast live on BowlTV.com.

The stepladder finalists included top seed Kelly Kulick, Gazmine GG Mason, Shannon Pluhowsky and Liz Johnson.

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32 Comments on “2021 PWBA Lincoln Open Stepladder Finals”

  1. LIZ JOHNSON WINNER: PWBA LINCOLN OPEN AND LIZ JOHNSON’S 300 GAME 47:38 48:24 49:13

    1. LIZ JOHNSON WINNER: PWBA LINCOLN OPEN AND LIZ JOHNSON’S 300 GAME 47:38 48:24 49:13

    1. @james selig I agree. Always give that loser’s post a downvote and report for spam. USBC needs to block them from the comment pages.

    1. @Aine Lawler getting boring to watch norm Duke do the same thing his whole life ? πŸ™„ play the lanes a way no one else can ? That’s what separates a player with 35 wins and 5 wins , ability to play where no one else can or roll the ball no one else can

    2. @TRIPSWITHTOM not a fan of liz but wish her well I know norm does it down and straight im a straight player but learned that there is other arrows

    3. @TRIPSWITHTOM I like norm so just not a liz joshon fan we all don’t have to like the same players

    4. So it is bad that all Liz Johnson knows how to do is strike with power instead of with artistic rotation?

  2. Liz shoots 300 piping 10 and Kelly starts at 5th arrow. Totally unnecessary. She does not hook the ball that much and insists on doing. That is why she lost.

  3. Praying for Shannon o keef to bounce back hope she’s at the next TV show GG Mason is awesome

  4. it was a fantastic stepladder finals in the PWBA Lincoln Open that featured the 300 game from Liz Johnson

    1. The ball you are using, depending on the lane condition will determine the line you need to play. Kelly is very astute at making this decision.

  5. I thought the rule on getting $10,000 for a 300 was it had to be in the final, not semi-final, match.

    1. It varies, pretty much every PBA televised event gives at least $10K for a 300, no matter when. Sometimes more is offered for a title match. PWBA hasn’t made a big deal about their rules lately.

  6. The last and final time I went to McDonald’s was over 20 years ago. I got a serious case of food poisoning from an Egg McMuffin and had to be hospitalized. So to me Liz Johnson saying she will take CDB to McDonald’s is a threat not a treat.

  7. Both Gazmine Mason and Kelly Kulick were playing too big a hook so if they threw it just a little too hard it wouldn’t make the turn yielding a non-cashing light hit. That limited their power and carry ability while Liz Johnson just stayed right and blasted the pocket every shot.

  8. One of the great things about the PWBA over the PBA is the older players are much more competitive. The younger players aren’t way more powerful and in this competition the oldest bowler had the most powerful shot and the youngest had the weakest.

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