2022 PBA50 Mooresville Open Stepladder Finals

The stepladder finals of the 2022 PBA50 Mooresville Open feature Parker Bohn III, Brad Angelo, Amleto Monacelli, Jason Couch and Stoney Baker.

Originally streamed live on Bowl TV May 10, 2022 from Victory Lanes in Mooresville, North Carolina.

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32 Comments on “2022 PBA50 Mooresville Open Stepladder Finals”

    1. I personally would like to see a tougher shot put down!!! Not just a strike fest. My opinion!

  1. No disrespect to Randy Pedersen and crew covering PBA telecasts but I really enjoy the coverage you guys provide on the PBA 50 tour little bit better. Maybe because has little more intimate setting the way it is done.

    1. yeah, and it’s more technical in observations – perhaps because it’s not airing on a major network…

    2. No do disrespect it makes the sport look like a comedy show and it’s really very very bad sometimes the guy that is with Randy needs to be removed 1,000,000 %

    3. Well think about it this is on a website that is for bowlers. If you took that same type of way of talking and explaining how things work. Nobody who is not a bowler would have any idea what they’re talking about. So I think that’s why you don’t hear that much of a technical side of bowling.

    4. @Shadow Moasic Great point, Shadow. The play-by-play needs to be far less technical on live TV, where there are plenty of viewers that have very little knowledge of the sport.

    5. @MsEeyore14 I agree with you that Randy’s sidekick is a clown. When Randy was on the tour he thought of himself as comedian of sorts and ABC pushed that narrative. Irritating.

  2. That was very good bowling, good entertainment, good commentary. Very enjoyable.

  3. Let’s face it. Parker Bohn is no longer winning on the regular tour but he is still a machine in terms of form and execution. Most of the guys on the senior tour are going to have a hard time beating a bowler of his caliber. He’s 59?! Looks barely 45 or so. Amaretto is another guy who has refused to age. From the back he looks like a 26 year old. Nothing has changed about his game since I first saw him bowl 30-something years ago.

  4. They need a second camera set up. The bodies of the players keep blocking the view with the camera they have.

    1. yep, and they need better resolution, too awesome to be that blurry, as well as some mics down by the approaches to catch their comments.

    2. @Rayland Hughes not complaining, constructive criticisms. The players, and commentators are too good for that resolution.

  5. An entire week of bowling and the top prize is $7,500 bucks. I’m sure Parker is in the top tax bracket so 50% goes to Uncle Sam. Sad really. Anyhow, congrats to a great champion. Like I’ve said in previous posts, Parker is the second left handed GOAT after the First left handed GOAT, Earl Anthony!

    1. Don’t know about taxes, but “The GOAT” is Earl Anthony(RIP) Mike Aulby/ Parker Bohn 3rd/ are some of my faves. Patrick Allen was a Beast. Sad that Injuries have ended his Bowling career. He was a beast in the J.B.T. / The Amateur Scratch Tournaments/ and despite his first Year Pro had the Haters saying told you so! Patrick Shut them up and is a Hall of Famer.

  6. This is more interesting than the regular tour. You know why? Because the Greatest players are still kicking butts!!!

  7. This announcer is triggering my misophonia like crazy. Those mouth noises are setting me on fire.

  8. Luv this stuff just shows you the passion these guys have and still bowling great thanks please keep ‘em coming.

  9. Love Brad’s reaction after throwing an “egg” ball. Sometimes, you have to laugh at yourself.

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