807! Kyle Troup posts big numbers to kick off Rd. 4 at 2022 USBC Team USA Trials

Kyle Troup, the 2021 PBA Player of the Year, started Thursday's block on the 45-foot lane pattern at the 2022 USBC Team USA Trials with games of 233, 276 and 298 for an 807 set to start his six-game round.

Troup finished third on the day with a 1,443 total and now is in second place overall with 68 points through four rounds at the Gold Coast Bowling Center in Las Vegas.

For scores and more, visit BOWL.com/TeamUSATrials.

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16 Comments on “807! Kyle Troup posts big numbers to kick off Rd. 4 at 2022 USBC Team USA Trials”

  1. I wonder what new style will take over the pba, 2 handing is becoming more common, not hating on them. I tried 2 handing, not as easy as it looks, people adapting and making new styles, it’s crazy 🙂

    1. I think the next big move will be female 2-handed bowling. There are a couple of girls coming up in Sweden, as I know, and probably all around the world.

    2. I watched some of the trials, and literally 2/3 of the younger guys were throwing 2-handed. It’s a trend that will only become more common. Little guys throwing 2-handed can generate the rev rate and power that used to be possible for big strong guys. And, of course, if an actual big strong guy goes 2-handed, the power is off the charts.

    1. This guy! I’ve seen Kyle struggle in my own house shot and it’s 11:1… You must not understand how hard 2:1 actually is

  2. The patterns are not that easy, so 2 handed or not, fantastic score. That said, noticed Kyle is already way inside and that is a reflection of the equipment nowadays. Unfortunately, this is in my opinion what is hurting bowling. The rights go deep, can start to open the shot up, as they continue to go deeper, whereas the left side can become a mess with the heads burning out, and the oil heavier to the left and squeezing their shot. Lefties from what I can see struggled as the session went on. Just no way to make things playable for everyone, which hurts the game.

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