This is Anthony Simonsen at the PBA World Series of Bowling XI (2020). This is a collection of some of his shots, reactions, and more on 2 of the oil patterns of the PBA WSOB 2020.
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Anthony Simonsen still holds the credit as the youngest bowler ever to win a PBA Major Title, the 2016 USBC Masters, at the age of 19.
Simonsen has 7 titles at the PBA among other major international awards. He has earned, to date, over $670,000 at the PBA Tour alone. Anthony also bowls for Rotogrip Bowling.
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8 Comments on “Anthony Simonsen Bowling Release in Slow Motion (PBA WSOB XI Edition)”
What do you think about Simonsen’s short footwork here? It is amazing how he can generate that much speed in such a short space.
I think his short footwork blends in well with him his fast footwork
To my knowledge the short foot work is done to decrease his speed to get his ball around the corner. Still throws it hard just not as hard.
At it again with more great videos!!!
Idk how he hasn’t hit his finger on the ground lol
Only thing I wonder about Simo is how long he can continue with his approach. He gets so low. But man he is fun to watch in person. I bowled in a local tournament that he was in back in 2015. Was scary how good he was at that time.
Kept his left hand on the ball till the end. That is very difficult for me.