1. Bill O'Neill's Bond With His Father Has Led To PBA Tour Success

    Bill O'Neill's Bond With His Father Has Led To PBA Tour Success

    Jan 6, 2021

    When it comes to Bill O'Neill’s bowling game there is a lot to appreciate.

  2. The Myth Of Two-Handed Bowling

    The Myth Of Two-Handed Bowling

    Nov 11, 2020

    One of the biggest stories – maybe the biggest – of the century so far in bowling has been the rise and adaptation of the two-handed approach.

  3. Starting Today Your Bowling Ball May Be Illegal

    Starting Today Your Bowling Ball May Be Illegal

    Jul 31, 2020

    It’s Aug. 1 and that means effective today if you have a balance hole (or weight hole) in your bowling ball, it is officially illegal in USBC competition.

  4. PBA Tour Finals Offers Up Strange Moments

    PBA Tour Finals Offers Up Strange Moments

    Jul 19, 2020

    Anytime you broadcast five hours of bowling, there’s bound to be something unusual happen. But Sunday’s PBA Tour Finals stepladders and championship offered up plenty of strange moments.

  5. Column: Let's Ditch The High Five In Bowling

    Column: Let's Ditch The High Five In Bowling

    Jun 24, 2020

    You step on the approach, throw an amazing shot and a sick messenger comes across for a strike. What’s next? A cavalcade of high fives from your teammates.

  6. There's No Precedent For What Happens To Bowling If Football Is Canceled

    There's No Precedent For What Happens To Bowling If Football Is Canceled

    Apr 20, 2020

    If the college football season is canceled, what happens to college athletics?

  7. Past Health Issues Made Stakes Higher For Lavoie

    Past Health Issues Made Stakes Higher For Lavoie

    Mar 15, 2020

    LAS VEGAS – While the health of players, families and staff was top of mind this week, for Francois Lavoie it was even more critical than most.

  8. Kris Prather: From Ramen And Popcorn To PBA Star

    Kris Prather: From Ramen And Popcorn To PBA Star

    Mar 4, 2020

    When Kris Prather began competing on the PBA Tour in 2015, he was a man with a plan.

  9. Stremmel: USBC's Urethane Test Explained And What's Next

    Stremmel: USBC's Urethane Test Explained And What's Next

    Feb 18, 2020

    In the early 1970s, due to a surge in bowling ball technology, the equipment specification department at the American Bowling Congress tested the hardness of bowling balls.

  10. Column: Urethane Tests Reveal No Intentional Cheating

    Column: Urethane Tests Reveal No Intentional Cheating

    Feb 17, 2020

    LINCOLN, Neb. – With rumors and speculation flying around for weeks, the United States Bowling Congress did a field test Sunday and Monday at the U.S. Open on urethane bowling balls. And it’s plain to see there was no intentional cheating happening.

  11. Belmo's TV Issues Are Deeper Than A Slump

    Belmo's TV Issues Are Deeper Than A Slump

    Feb 16, 2020

    Jason Belmonte has been struggling on television. That feels like a weird sentence to write, but it’s probably just as weird to read.

  12. Reliving The Most Famous 10 Pin In The World

    Reliving The Most Famous 10 Pin In The World

    Feb 2, 2020

    The words color analyst Billy Welu urgently spoke carried some serious weight before that fateful ball on April 4, 1970.  

  13. How A New Thumbhole Helped Duke Win Again

    How A New Thumbhole Helped Duke Win Again

    Jan 14, 2020

    For almost four decades, Norm Duke has had a front-row seat while competing against some of the best bowlers in the world.

  14. Rash Has Overcome Injuries To Revitalize Career

    Rash Has Overcome Injuries To Revitalize Career

    Jan 9, 2020

    Imagine your sliding knee enduring a force of more than seven times your body weight each time you release your bowling ball.

  15. Column: Weber Looked Strong, Healthy At U.S. Open

    Column: Weber Looked Strong, Healthy At U.S. Open

    Oct 29, 2019

    MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Pete Weber said before the U.S. Open he felt strong. Throughout the event, he looked it.