2022 PBA50 Lightning Strikes Lanes Open Stepladder Finals

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The stepladder finals of the 2022 PBA50 Lightning Strikes Lanes Open feature Brad Angelo, Dino Castillo, Chris Barnes, Walter Ray Williams Jr. and Jon Rakoski.

Originally steamed live on BowlTV April 21, 2022 from Lightning Strikes Lanes in Fort Myers, Florida.

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27 Comments on “2022 PBA50 Lightning Strikes Lanes Open Stepladder Finals”

    1. @Don Galletti โ€ข Pete has been showing up for 6 years. There’s plenty shows of him in the PBA50.

    1. @Sproutt Sorry for your eye loss. In this video of the 2022 PBA50 Lightning Strikes Lanes Open Stepladder Finals walter ray was bowling 1-handed.

    2. @bowl now Don’t leave out 9 Nat. Horseshoe titles. No one is close to his accomplishments as a professional player!

  1. What an excellent show. Walter is going strong as normal in spite of Father Time. I just love Brad Angelo’s release and balance at the foul line, such a great bowler. Same as for Chris Barnes. Never heard of Jon Rakoski but based on what I saw on the first match, you can tell he is one hell of a bowler without a PBA card. If he gets a PBA card, he would be dangerous and a threat on the tour. And Dino Castillo bowling does not do anything for me. He can’t keep his balance and post at the foul line. Anyhow, looking forward to the PBA50 future shows.

  2. I can’t belive Walter ray is still bowling I throught he retired from the pba he in his 60 already walter ray and norm duke is pushing their limits wow ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

    1. not sure what you are talking about, I’m 65 and just getting started,
      have bowled a few in the past 15 years [ pba 50 ] . I have work a
      job that did not let me go out and bowl more, but at my age i feel
      that i will compete with the younger 50’s players, Don’t stop till
      you drop is my moto. by the way my work is a lot harder than
      bowling for a living, but it is great to see these legends still
      doing it, Norm will be back.

  3. ๋ณผ๋ง์„ ์ฐธ ์‰ฝ๊ฒŒ ์น˜๋Š”๊ฑฐ๊ฐ™๋„ค์š”

  4. your show is much better than the kids tour, you talk about bowling
    not someones hair style or a can of beer. great to see pros doing their best.
    keep up the good work guy;s, hey Tom hope to see you on the west
    coast swing thanks

  5. Great broadcast gentlemen! Good to see Tom Carter giving us some insight-havenโ€™t seen Tom for awhile. I was likely one of his greatest challenges as an instructor. I learned allot from him & surely tried his patience time or two. Shout out to all the proโ€™s who dedicate some time to instruct those of us who desire improvements in our game. Keep up the good work!

  6. Congrats brad great bowling.thanks for a great video canโ€™t wait til next one.

  7. Love your work Mike, and great to see Tom Carter on board in the commentary. Unfortunately 720p is just never going too cut it… viewers could rightfully assume that BowlTV is just not serious. It’s an embarrassment to this great game.
    Coming here after watching your latest Vlog in 4K is just the biggest disappointment ever. BowlTV/FloBowling etc… it’s all the same blurry mess, every single broadcast. Trot out all the standard excuses until the cows come home, but nobody should be expected to $$$ SUBSCRIBE to a service this poor in 2022.

    1. Totally agree. Cancelled my annual subscriptions to BowlTV and FloBowling this year as well for those basic reasons. Not only is the video quality of most events so poor, but viewers have no easy access to things like updated leader-boards, purse breakdowns, and other stats. Sometimes those things are available, but difficult to locate anyhow.

  8. i love watching bowling i bowl in the 1980s but lanes got torn down due to fire i miss it tommie

  9. Great upload. Was pulling for Dino in the championship match. He works so hard and he is definitely going to get to his title hopefully this year.

  10. Glad to see Brad Angelo in the finals. Met him many years ago bowling in a Pro Am and he was very personable with all us amateurs.

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