Kyle Troup Tries for 300 During PBA Players Championship Match Play

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Kyle Troup has the first nine strikes in the second game of final-round match play at the 2019 PBA Players Championship. Here's his 10th frame as he attempts to qualify for the televised stepladder finals.

Originally webcast live on FloBowling February 15, 2019 from Wayne Webb's Columbus Bowl in Columbus, Ohio.

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30 Comments on “Kyle Troup Tries for 300 During PBA Players Championship Match Play”

    1. @Myself andI I bowl with a 16 pounder and like I said I do both, I don’t see you in a professional league, but people do care about the sport and it’s quite popular, it’s just things don’t stay the same you doof, not everyone does things the same, let them play the way they are good at, cause it’s obviously worked for them, they actually make money from it

    1. Ha ha. They used to just put “whoever shoots 300” but that took all the surprise out of it. No incentive to watch if you know they did it. Now you gotta watch to find out.

  1. I’m so proud of Screech. The rest of the cast of “Saved By the Bell” has gone nowhere, and here he is pro bowling. Totally awesome!

  2. He actually got it. I was like oh another trying for 300 video that does not end in that. Glad to see this time it did.

  3. I was there when Kyle rolled his first 300 in the Papa John’s youth league at Colonial Lanes in Hickory NC.

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