Friday Five – Jason Belmonte’s Five Runner-up Finishes in Majors

Friday Five, September 30, 2022 – The five times Jason Belmonte, the PBA Tour record holder with 14 major championships, finished second in a major.

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As of this post, Belmonte has bowled in 61 PBA major championship tournaments throughout his career. He's finished in the top five in 32 of those events and bowled for the title in 19. He has a 14-5 record in the championship match. Here are the five times he finished second: the 2012-2013 PBA World Championship to Parker Bohn III, the 2013 PBA Tournament of Champions to Pete Weber (who tied Earl Anthony for a then-record 10th major title), the 2013 U.S. Open to Wes Malott, the 2018 PBA Players Championship to Tom Smallwood and 2019 PBA Players Championship to Anthony Simonsen.

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14 Comments on “Friday Five – Jason Belmonte’s Five Runner-up Finishes in Majors”

  1. PDW history in 2013 TOC not only tying Earl Anthony in majors but most importantly the only player to double triple crown!!!!!

  2. The 2nd place Finishes in Majors on the Pba Tour have been Tough Including the Players Championship in both 2018 and 2019. Also, Jason Belmonte is still the all time leader in Majors with 14.

  3. Notice how he only lost one of those due to a bad shot. Everything else was just bad luck.

    This is one thing I hate about bowling, you can do literally everything right, and still lose because of bad luck

  4. that thrid one, Jason Belmonte was really nice about it, He did deserve it. This is why Belmo is such a good sport.

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