Top qualifier Bill O’Neill of Langhorne, Pennsylvania, finished with a four bagger in turning back a rally by A.J. Chapman of Manchester, Iowa, 257-216 to earn his 11th career PBA title and second of 2019 at the Go Bowling!
There are some great fishing piers along the Outer Banks and with the gulfstream just off the coast we are lucky enough to have a greater variety of fish that travel past our planks.
Bowling is primarily an individual sport, like golf or tennis; however, when part of a league setting, it takes on a team aspect.
Former Philadelphia Eagle and Denver Bronco, Brian Dawkins, is credited with the quote, “The best ability is availability.”
The heat of summer makes it uncomfortable to fish with the high humidity and that beating sun it is almost not worth the effort but if you know how to throw soft plastics then it will be worth your time.
Everyone wants to be successful when they show up for a league night, or better yet, a big tournament.
Every summer here in our area we experience an algae bloom of some sort.
With schools on a short break and more non-league bowlers visiting the lanes, this seemed like a good time to share a little information about lane courtesy and the importance of it.
It amazes me how when checking weekly scores for this column, I’ll occasionally come across a bowler who has a really big week, then the next night or week, the same bowler follows it up with a not so great night.
When it comes to bass fishing the numbers is really all that matters.
During the summer months especially, one of the most asked questions I receive at the local lanes is “How do I choose a ball to use?”