LINCOLN, Neb. – He was deliberate. He was focused. He was in the moment. And now, he’s won them all.
Feb 23, 2020, Pro
LINCOLN, Neb. – Anthony Simonsen earned the top seed Saturday night for the U.S. Open stepladder finals and all five players on the show have a compelling storyline attached to them.
LINCOLN, Neb. – Anthony Simonsen and Lincoln have some history. If Simonsen has his way, there will be even more history added to the list this week at the U.S. Open.
Feb 22, 2020, Pro
LINCOLN, Neb. – On a day when the bowlers described the pattern as “impossible” and “miserable,” Zach Wilkins found a way to make it to the top of the leaderboard at the U.S. Open.
Feb 21, 2020, Pro
LINCOLN, Neb. – It’s still early at the U.S. Open but combined with his performance at the past two majors, it appears Kris Prather is hitting his stride at the perfect time this season.
Feb 20, 2020, Pro
LINCOLN, Neb. – Bowling on what he thought was the most scorable of the qualifying patterns this week, AJ Johnson knew it was imperative to get off to a strong start at the U.S. Open.
Feb 19, 2020, Pro
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.
Feb 18, 2020, Pro
It’s another week in February, and it’s another major. The 2020 U.S. Open will be contested on four different patterns this week ranging from 37 feet to 44 feet.
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.
Feb 17, 2020, Pro
LINCOLN, Neb. – As the U.S. Open got underway with practice on Monday, players continued to deal with the process of every urethane ball being checked by the United States Bowling Congress.
Jason Belmonte has been struggling on television. That feels like a weird sentence to write, but it’s probably just as weird to read.
Feb 16, 2020, Pro
NOTE: The urethane tests have concluded. To watch Jakob Butturff go through the process, click here.
Feb 16, 2020
It’s already been a tough stretch of five consecutive weeks to open the 2020 PBA Tour season, but the challenge becomes even more intense as the players head to Lincoln, Nebraska, for the U.S. Open.
The U.S. Open will reduce the number of competitors in 2020 from 144 to 108 in a move announced by event organizer USBC on Thursday.
Nov 15, 2019