29 Comments on “PBA Bowling Oklahoma Open 01 13 2019 (HD)”

    1. Everyone just happened to turn away when his age and years on tour were shown. Come on, Luke. Wake up and smell the coffee.

    2. I met him a few times at a megabucks tournament that I used to bowl at in Orlando. He only does pro bowling part time, and mostly bowls regional tournaments since they pay out a lot more relative to the money spent in entry fees etc.

    3. It’s more that he’s been a PBA member for 18 years rather than being full-time on tour. He’s been off and on touring over that span but has hit most national stops the last 5 years or so.

    4. @shepramsey6 I do think I recall Rob or someone saying that Tom’s appearance at the ’11 TOC was his TV debut, meaning it took him about a decade to make his first show. That could be why I didn’t know he had been on tour for so long

    5. @Luke S They use years as a PBA member overall and “on tour” interchangeably. He did bowl full-time at national tour events a few seasons pre-2010, but not consistently.

  1. patrick was out there for fun. he bowled great but he just couldnt get some good carry. hope to see this guy a bit more

  2. finally!!! So happy, that Jacob win. By the way, he need to make some practice with his left-side spares. These silly misses will cost him a tournament or even a player of the year.

  3. I am french, and I had trouble understanding what Girard said in french, because of the canadian accent lol

    1. I’m a fan of the strike tracker, too, for the same reason you mention. I’m just excited that a big time sports network picked up the PBA. It’s a great sign that the popularity of bowling is on the rise.

  4. Regarding Jakob’s missed spare conversion in the intro, LMAO!!!! It’s so comforting to know that I’m bowling just like a pro (missing spares is the easy part of bowling).

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