Friday Five – 2021 PBA Tour Money Leaders (So Far)

Friday Five, June 4, 2021 – the top five Guaranteed Rate PBA Tour money earners so far in the 2021 season.

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Kyle Troup, with two titles, has already set the single-season earnings record with $469,200. François Lavoie is second with a title in the Tournament of Champions and a win in the Super Slam exhibition. Tom Daugherty's two titles help him to third. Dick Allen and Anthony Simonsen are fourth and fifth, respectively, although neither has won a title yet this season.

18 Comments on “Friday Five – 2021 PBA Tour Money Leaders (So Far)”

  1. Kyle Troup is makin’ that loot. Almost a half million dollars in earnings so far this year. Still got the PBA Tour Finals (With Fans) and a several more events.

  2. It sucks that so many bowlers are using two hands now. It has infected bowling, which used to be a gentleman’s game.

    1. @jamie elliott one handers beat 2 handers all the time.. It takes skill both ways, Come on now Chris.

  3. Kyle Troup, Chris Via are in the 1st Group and Anthony Simonsen, and Francois Lavoie are in the 2nd group for the Pba Tour Finals that will air on Cbs Sports Network on June 26 for the Qualifying and June 27 for both the Group Stepladder Finals and the Championship Match

  4. Kyle Troup is making serious money. 💵💵

    Also, didn’t think that Sam Cooley’s $70,000 payday from runner-up finish in the 2021 PBA Playoffs and the 2021 PBA Chameleon Championship win wouldn’t be enough to make the top 5!

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