2022 PBA50 South Shore Open Stepladder Finals

The stepladder finals of the 2022 PBA50 South Shore Open feature Eugene McCune, Lennie Boresch Jr., Parker Bohn III, John Burkett and Bill Rowe.

Originally streamed live on BowlTV July 28, 2022 from Olympia Lanes in Hammond, Indiana.

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19 Comments on “2022 PBA50 South Shore Open Stepladder Finals”

  1. what am I even doing here, I’m german and I don’t even bowl that often. Still, I am impressed with the performance of these guys and I really like watching it

    1. The professional bowlers in the Senior PBA bowled much, much better several years ago than they did in this tournament.

  2. Having Tom Carter every week is awesome , knows his stuff , knows his stats and has some humor also , know him personally and glad I do , constant professional

  3. Nice to see Burkett get a W , also fun event to watch, Eugene is just a sick talent to watch love his release

    1. Burkett was lucky. He didn’t bowl very well for a professional and he only beat Parker Bohn III by 3 pins. Parker Bohn III didn’t bowl well either. I was rooting for Parker Bohn III.

    1. I agree, but the professional bowlers didn’t do very well. I was rooting for Parker Bohn III in both games.

  4. I have absolutely nothing against the other players that made it to the championship round here — but I am VERY happy for John Burkett. Still remember him appearing on the cover of Bowling Digest magazine in 1993, the year he went 22-7 for the Giants, in his Giants uniform — with a bowling ball in his glove. 😁

  5. It was great watching Parker Bohn III here!! He was always one of my favorite bowlers! Another favorite bowler of mine was Norm Duke! The only name that I recognize in today’s lineup is Parker Bohn III. 🎳

  6. The scoreboards are way too light to read in the first game. I had to strain to read Parker’s scoreboard. The second game was easier to read. Several years ago, the cameras showed closeups of the players as they were bowling which I really enjoyed. I miss that.

  7. Congrats to John, what a great dude!! Got to bowl with him back in the day when he would enter some of our tournaments. You beat some studs john on your way to your first!

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