PBA’s Best Bowling Trick Shots

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The top four nominees for the pba.com fan poll of best PBA bowling trick shots. Vote for your favorite at pba.com by March 20, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET and watch for the results during the PBA ESPN telecasts beginning March 29.

Featuring Norm Duke, Chris Barnes, Osku Palermaa and Andy Varipapa.

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79 Comments on “PBA’s Best Bowling Trick Shots”

    1. @squirerad No they dont, watch the whole Andy Varipapa video it shows most of the tricks dude perfect did in the Andy Varipapa video.
      So i im trying to say Dude Perfect stole Andy Varipapa’s trickshots.

    1. @What is this lol, thanks, I missed that and corrected it! I am usually the one that catches people with that!

    2. @3DPrintedAir I will never be able to do that if I can’t even get it to go where I want it to go without curving it. I tried, but failed miserably

    1. Makes no difference if they are synthetic. Brunswick dropped a ball a million times on a synthetic lane and no damage. Wood would be another story. Still I prefer wood lanes.

    2. VinylToVideo do you have a link to the story where Brunswick dropped a million balls on a synthetic lane? I keep trying to tell people that lofting the ball does not really damage synthetic lanes

    1. I’ve seen beginners try to bowl and the ball gets stuck on their thumb, and the ball almost hits the ceiling of the bowling center. When it lands on the lanes? Yeah, big dent.

    2. @Oscaka 007 nope he was wrong too because it’s common sense the tittle was trick shots not an actual game…

    1. My way of doing bowling is patience and last time I bowled I got a better score 155 and I can’t go bowling anymore because of this stupid covid-19

    2. @Stone Weitkemper No, the guy is referring to Osku sliding forward on his knee and bending backwards until his back was almost flat on the ground. He’s not referring to the shot, which was a high lob and a big hook, and of course almost any pro could make a ball hook like that.

    1. I’ve seen beginner’s throw the balls higher than that saw fingers get stuck in the balls also went higher than that it’s hard to damage a bowling 🎳 alley with a bowling ball.

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