picture of 2019 USBC Senior Masters

The USBC Senior Masters will not be broadcast by FloBowling, but we will provide recaps and results for subscribers.

  1. Monacelli Wins Second Career USBC Senior Masters Title

    Monacelli Wins Second Career USBC Senior Masters Title

    Jun 9, 2019

    PBA Hall of Famer Amleto Monacelli ran the stepladder finals from the No. 5 seed position to win the 2019 USBC Senior Masters on Sunday.
  2. Baker Tops Duke, Earns Top Seed At Senior Masters

    Baker Tops Duke, Earns Top Seed At Senior Masters

    Jun 8, 2019

    In the final round of qualifying, Stoney Baker tumbled down the standings so far that it was uncertain whether or not he would even make the cut at the USBC Senior Masters. Two days later, he finds himself as the top seed for the stepladder finals.
  3. Duke Among 16 Unbeaten Players At Senior Masters

    Duke Among 16 Unbeaten Players At Senior Masters

    Jun 8, 2019

    Sixteen players went undefeated in their first two matches Friday to remain in the winners bracket at the 2019 USBC Senior Masters.
  4. McCune Earns Top Qualifier Honors At Senior Masters

    McCune Earns Top Qualifier Honors At Senior Masters

    Jun 7, 2019

    Three-time PBA Tour champion Eugene McCune emerged as the top qualifier at the 2019 USBC Senior Masters on Thursday night.
  5. Hall of Famer Doug Kent Leads Senior Masters

    Hall of Famer Doug Kent Leads Senior Masters

    Jun 6, 2019

    Competing in his first PBA50 Tour event of the season, PBA Hall of Famer Doug Kent leads after two rounds of qualifying at the 2019 USBC Senior Masters.
  6. Steve Smith Sets The Pace At Senior Masters

    Steve Smith Sets The Pace At Senior Masters

    Jun 5, 2019

    Former Team USA member Steve Smith took the lead Tuesday after the opening round of qualifying at the 2019 USBC Senior Masters.
  7. Senior Masters Kicks Off Two Big Weeks For PBA50 Tour

    Senior Masters Kicks Off Two Big Weeks For PBA50 Tour

    Jun 4, 2019

    The PBA50 Tour has just three majors this season and two of them will come back-to-back in the next two weeks as the best senior players in the world will be put to the test.