The PBA was established in 1958 when 33 founding members banded together to form the Professional Bowlers Association. Today, the PBA remains the acknowledged major league of bowling throughout the world. In March 2000, a trio of high-tech entrepreneurs (and former Microsoft executives) purchased the league in hopes of making it the next global emerging sport and creating additional opportunities for its members and professional bowling’s millions of fans around the world. Official Web site: PBA.

Season Points: 2019 PBA Tour Finals Point List

The PBA Tour Finals Point List will be used to select the 8 players for the 2019 PBA Tour Finals.

TOP 25
Points – Last updated on 1/13/2019

Name Hometown Events Total Points
1. Andrew Anderson Holly, Mich. 21 24898
2. Jakob Butturff Tempe, Ariz. 15 22107
3. EJ Tackett Bluffton, Ind. 20 22077
4. Anthony Simonsen Little Elm, Texas 21 21269
5. Kristopher Prather Plainfield, Ill. 15 20511
6. Jason Belmonte Australia 14 20170
7. Stuart Williams England 16 18961
8. Bill O’Neill Langhorne, Pa. 17 18592
9. Marshall Kent Yakima, Wash. 20 17532
10. Dom Barrett England 15 16096
11. Tom Smallwood Saginaw, Mich. 14 13808
12. Kyle Troup Taylorsville, N.C. 20 13413
13. Sean Rash Montgomery, Ill. 21 13276
14. Tom Daugherty Tampa, Fla. 19 12762
15. Jesper Svensson Sweden 15 12026
16. Wes Malott Pflugerville, Texas 15 11051
17. Matt O’Grady Rahway, N.J. 16 10535
18. Richie Teece England 18 10161
19. Darren Tang Las Vegas, Nev. 17 9990
20. Tommy Jones Simpsonville, S.C. 17 9744
21. Jason Sterner Fayetteville, Ga. 20 9442
22. Francois Lavoie Canada 18 9433
23. Matt Sanders Indianapolis 16 9310
24. Chris Barnes Double Oak, Texas 16 9088
25. Ronnie Russell Marion, Ind. 16 9075

All Stats are here: PBA 2019

Professional Bowlers Association Tour 2019 schedule and champions.

2019 PBA National Tour titles

Bill O’Neill
Jakob Butturff
Sean Rash
Matthew Ogle


2019 PBA Tour Schedule

 

2019 PBA Tour #01
PBA Hall of Fame Classic
Bowling ITRC in Arlington, Texas, United States (January 02-06, 2019)
Champion: Bill O’Neill

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Bill O’Neill Becomes Hall of Fame Eligible with Victory in PBA Hall of Fame Classic to Kick Off 2019 Season

by bvint  |  Sunday, January 06, 10:55 AM

Bill O’Neill Becomes Hall of Fame Eligible with Victory in PBA Hall of Fame Classic to Kick Off 2019 Season

ARLINGTON, Texas – Bill O’Neill of Langhorne, Pa., defeated top qualifier Jakob Butturff of Tempe, Ariz., 199-194, to win the Professional Bowlers Association Hall of Fame Classic title at the International Training and Research Center Sunday and in the process became title-eligible for election to the PBA Hall of Fame in the future.

The finals aired live on FOX Sports’ FS1 channel in the 2019 Go Bowling! PBA Tour’s debut event in its new multi-year television agreement with FOX.

O’Neill, after throwing 17 strikes on 22 attempt in eliminating Sweden’s Jesper Svensson, 258-219, and Australia’s Jason Belmonte, 268-188, struggled through his first four frames of the title match before throwing four strikes in a row to take the lead against Butturff, who missed two spare attempts. Butturff’s failure to convert the 4-7 in the ninth frame proved to be the difference.

“It might have appeared on TV that I got super nervous (early in the title match), but actually I was really calm,” O’Neill said. “I just made a bad shot and got a little out of rhythm, so in the third frame we talked about trying another ball. I wanted to try one more hand position change, and I made what I thought was a pretty good shot, but I left the 7-10, so I switched balls and I was good to go.

“It was one of those things,” he continued. “When it’s your day, it’s your day. I believed in myself. I believed in my game plan. I’ve been on TV enough to know things happen fast and you have to stick with your plan, and you go down with the ship.”

With his 10th title, O’Neill will be eligible for the 2025 PBA Hall of Fame ballot, his 20th year of PBA membership. But reaching the title-eligible part of the criteria was the key step.

“Anyone in my position who says he isn’t thinking about it would be a liar,” O’Neill added. “To become Hall of Fame eligible in the Hall of Fame Classic is pretty cool, but I’m not done yet. I’m ready to keep going.”

In the opening match, Svensson defeated Rhino Page of Orlando , Fla., 201-198.

The Go Bowling! PBA Tour’s next events will be the PBA Oklahoma Open and Mark Roth-Marshall Holman PBA Doubles Championship at FireLake Bowling Center in Shawnee, Okla. Qualifying will run concurrently for both events, beginning Tuesday. FloBowling will live-stream all qualifying rounds. The finals of the Oklahoma Open will air live on FS1 on Sunday, Jan. 13, at 11 a.m. EST. The Roth-Holman Doubles finals will air on FS1 the following Sunday, Jan. 20, at 1 p.m. EST.

PBA HALL OF FAME CLASSIC  International Training and Research Center, Arlington, Texas, Sunday

Final Standings 

1, Bill O’Neill, Langhorne, Pa., $25,000. 

2, Jakob Butturff, Tempe, Ariz., $13,000. 

3, Jason Belmonte, Australia, $8,000. 

4, Jesper Svensson, Sweden, $7,000. 

5, Rhino Page, Orlando, $6,000.

Playoff Results: 

Match One: Svensson def. Page, 201-198. 

Match Two: O’Neill def. Svensson, 258-219. 

Semifinal Match: O’Neill def. Belmonte, 268-188. 

Championship: O’Neill def. Butturff, 199-194.

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World Bowling Tour Finals presented by PBA
Bowling ITRC in Arlington, Texas, United States (January 06, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #02
PBA Oklahoma Open
Firelake Bowling Center in Shawnee, Okla., United States (January 08-13, 2019)
Champion: Jakob Butturff

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Jakob Butturff Ends Top Qualifier Slump to Win PBA Oklahoma Open for Fifth Career Tour Title

by jschneider  |  Sunday, January 13, 11:48 AM

Jakob Butturff Ends Top Qualifier Slump to Win PBA Oklahoma Open for Fifth Career Tour Title

SHAWNEE, Okla. – Jakob Butturff of Tempe, Ariz., finally closed the deal by winning the PBA Oklahoma Open as the stepladder finals top qualifier to capture his fifth career tour title Sunday at the FireLake Bowling Center.

After losing last week’s 2019 season-opening PBA Hall of Fame Classic and the 2018 season-ending U.S. Open title match as top qualifier, the 24-year-old left-hander finally broke the slump by defeating Sweden’s Jesper Svensson, 267-201, in the title match of the second stop of the 2019 Go Bowling! PBA Tour season televised live by FS1.

2019.01.13_pba-oklahoma-open_01236In the title match it looked like missing easy spares might again prove to be Butturff’s undoing when he missed a seven pin in the second frame. As it turned out, he wouldn’t need to attempt a spare again in the match, throwing the next nine strikes to seal the win against Svensson who couldn’t mount a challenge to Butturff’s strike barrage.

“I did have flashbacks from last week, but I got over it quickly and was able to get back in the mindset of letting that go and start fresh with the next shot,” Butturff said. “I decided to make a ball change to improve pin carry at that point and fortunately started striking again.”

Butturff joined Hall of Famers Earl Anthony, Johnny Petraglia and Walter Ray Williams Jr. as the only players to earn a top seed for the stepladder finals in three consecutive PBA Tour telecasts. Had he lost, he would have become the first player to lose three consecutive tournaments from the top qualifier position.

Butturff missed two easy spares in his loss to Bill O’Neill in the Hall of Fame Classic title match which ended up costing him the win.

“I knew I would break through with a win sooner or later because I’ve had experience winning out here (on tour),” Butturff added. “I feel like I’m in good company when you think of the greats in the game who were in a similar position that have had their share of second-place finishes.

“I will say that I think after all I’ve been through recently, this is probably my most satisfying win so far,” he added.

Svensson, 23, who qualified third for the finals and was trying for his eighth tour title, advanced to the championship match by beating No. 2 qualifier Patrick Girard of Canada, 239-218, in the semifinal. Girard was trying for his first PBA Tour title and to become only the third Canadian to win on tour.

In the opening stepladder match, No. 4 qualifier seven-time tour winner Dom Barrett of England beat No. 5 qualifier two-time Tour winner Tom Daugherty of Riverview, Fla., 245-162, to advance to the second match against Svensson. Svensson then beat Barrett in the second match, 267-231, to advance to the semifinal.

The next stop for the PBA Tour will be the PBA Lubbock Sports Open Jan. 22-27 at South Plains Lanes. The finals will be televised live by FS1 at 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 27. The taped PBA Mark Roth-Holman Doubles Championship from the FireLake Bowling Center will be televised Jan. 20 at 1 p.m. ET on FS1.

PBA OKLAHOMA OPEN

FireLake Bowling Center, Shawnee, Okla., Sunday

Final Standings

1, Jakob Butturff, Tempe, Ariz., $25,000.

2, Jesper Svensson, Sweden, $13,000.

3, Patrick Girard, Canada, $9,000.

4, Dom Barrett, England, $7,000.

5, Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla., $6,000.

Playoff Results: 

Match One: Barrett def. Daugherty, 245-162. 

Match Two: Svensson def. Barrett, 267-231.

Semifinal Match: Svensson def. Girard, 239-218.

Championship: Butturff def. Svensson, 267-201.

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2019 PBA Tour #03
Mark Roth-Marshall Holman PBA Doubles Championship
Firelake Bowling Center in Shawnee, Okla., United States (January 08-13, 2019)
Champions: Sean Rash, Matthew Ogle

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2019 PBA Tour #04
PBA Lubbock Sports Open
South Plains Lanes in Lubbock, Texas, United States (January 22-27, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #05
PBA Tournament of Champions
AMF Riviera Lanes in Fairlawn, Ohio, United States (February 05-10, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #06
PBA Players Championship
Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl in Columbus, Ohio, United States (February 12-17, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour Special Event
CP3 PBA Celebrity Invitational presented by Go Bowling!
Bowlero Woodlands in Conroe, Texas, United States (January 17, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #07
Go Bowling! PBA Indianapolis Open
3421 East 96th Street Indianapolis, United States (February 19-24, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #08
Go Bowling! PBA Jonesboro Open
Hijinx in Jonesboro, Ariz., United States (February 26-March 03, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #09
PBA World Series of Bowling X Cheetah Championship
Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, Mich., United States (March 11-18, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #10
PBA World Series of Bowling X Chameleon Championship
Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, Mich., United States (March 11-19, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #11
PBA World Series of Bowling X Scorpion Championship
Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, Mich., United States (March 11-20, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #12
PBA World Series of Bowling X PBA World Championship
Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, Mich., United States (March 11-21, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour Special Event
PBA World Series of Bowling X USA vs The World
Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, Mich., United States (March 21, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #13
USBC Masters
Gold Coast Bowling Center in Las Vegas, Nev., United States (March 26-April 01, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour Special Event
PBA Playoffs Preliminaries
Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine, United States (April 06-11, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #14
DHC PBA Japan Invitational
Tokyo Port Bowl in Tokyo, Japan (April 25-28, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour Special Event
PBA Playoffs Championship
Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine, United States (June 01-02, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour Special Event
PBA League 2018
Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine, United States (July 16-18, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #15
Storm PBA Striking Against Breast Cancer Mixed Doubles
Copperfield Bowl in Houston, Texas, United States (July 25-29, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #16
PBA Chesapeake Open
AMF Western Branch Lanes in Chesapeake, Va., United States (August 09-11, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #17
PBA Wilmington Open
Ten Pin Alley Family Fun Center in Wilmington, N.C., United States (August 12-14, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #18
PBA Gene Carter’s Pro Shop Classic
Mid-County Bowling & Entertainment Center in Middletown, Del., United States (August 16-18, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #19
PBA Bowlerstore.com Classic presented by Moxy Xtra Pair
Pla-Mor Lanes in Coldwater, Ohio, United States (August 21-23, 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #20
Wolf Open
Parkside Lanes in Aurora, Ill., United States (August 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #21
Bear Open
Parkside Lanes in Aurora, Ill., United States (August 2019)
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2019 PBA Tour #22
Aurora Open
Parkside Lanes in Aurora, Ill., United States (August 2019)
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