PBA Televised 300 Game #16: Norm Duke

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PBA 60th Anniversary Collection: All-Time Televised 300 Games. Norm Duke vs. Walter Ray Williams Jr. in the 2003 PBA Earl Anthony Classic in Tacoma, WA.

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32 Comments on “PBA Televised 300 Game #16: Norm Duke”

  1. Man I still got excited and i saw this one live on tv when it happened. Nice to see someone bowling strokers lines on tv. Gives me something
    To look at for my own game.

    1. yeah, I was going to comment that it’s unimagineable that the modern guys could possibly play that line.

  2. Oh man Duke is a loverly guy and the way Walter runs for the hug is so great! Two brilliant bowlers and two great guys!

  3. I spent many years bowling regionals in the West and Southwest regions. Meet Norm many times. He is a very genuine, sincere individual. Never get tired of watching this.

  4. Norm is the most humble bowler ever. So friendly, passionate, and an absolute legend. Duuuuuke will always be my favorite bowler.

    1. Carson Claws I see you on a lot of random bowling videos I watch Carson! I guess just since you don’t ever really talk about it on your channel, I had no idea you were such a fan of bowling dude. Do you bowl league? Or did you bowl for your high school perhaps? What’s your average? Any 300’s or 800’s?

    2. I met him when the tour came to my home lanes back in the day. I was a scorekeeper. (We didn’t really keep score just kept track of re-racks and stuff) Anyway super nice guy talked with me a bit. Duke will always be one of my favorites.

  5. Thank you for sharing this incredible match! But tell me- how did you photo shop Norm’s voice and install Mickey mouse?.

  6. I wish I was near good enough to throw the line Duke was throwing. I’d be chucking half of them in the channel.

  7. Gotta love Norm, and you gotta love Walter Ray’s reaction. Pros all the way, but also great respect from years of success & struggle.

  8. It’s absolutely nuts how he tripped that 4-7-10 on the 5th frame…I’ve never been that lucky…

  9. That was a lot of fun to watch. It was funny to watch Walter Ray Williams and Norm Duke hug because Norm Duke is 5’4″ tall and Walter Ray Williams is 6’2″ tall. I liked Walter’s sense of humor about how Norm was another bowler who bowled a 300 game against him. You can tell that they’re friends. πŸ‘πŸŽ³

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