Player’s Perspective – Pete Weber on the 2012 U.S. Open - Your One Stop Pro Shop!

Pete Weber shares his insight on his record-breaking fifth U.S. Open championship, a win over Mike Fagan in the 2012 U.S. Open from Brunswick Zone Carolier in North Brunswick, New Jersey.

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35 Comments on “Player’s Perspective – Pete Weber on the 2012 U.S. Open”

  1. You guys should do a player’s perspective of the 2013 CP3 Invitational with Barnes, O’Neill, Hardwick, and Kevin Hart. It was a great championship match and the 2018 CP3 Invitational is coming up. Thanks for the great video!

  2. Very cool to hear his comments and get the insight on what he was thinking and feeling during this match. He has a lot more class than some people think.

  3. One of the greatest friends/family/roommates that I have ever had. Him and his wife! Total definition of “CLASS”! Don’t judge him from what you see on television. He’s at his place of business, so he means business on the lanes! Off lanes…one of the coolest you’ve ever met. Easy to approach and talk to. Just give him a few minutes after the block so he can wind down and get bowling out of his mind, and be a normal person like all of us. All pros are easy to talk to. Timing is everything.

  4. I watched this live from start to finish. Been a PDW fan since I was in diapers. IMO, this is the greatest performance in PBA history. That last frame had me out of my seat. Unbelievable telecast.

  5. I met Pete years back at Sproul lanes Pa. We were talking college football the whole time he was practicing. He actually asked me what was my name and thanked me for my support.

  6. I just found out about this Pete Weber guy and he is such a good dude and even though people label him as a bad guy of bowling he clearly is just emotional and competitive. Wish he was younger so we could see more of him in the future

  7. I loved listening to Pete talk about his emotions during what he described as the greatest game of his career!
    My heart was racing..
    Pete without question one of the greatest.

  8. This is unreasonably epic. I hate bowling, but watching this is incredibly cathartic. i felt my chest tightening every frame even though i knew who was going to win. This is incredible.

    1. @Dale Kelly  Pete’s a firey guy,always liked the kid. Remember his dad on WWOS on Saturday w/ the great Chris Schenkle

  9. A classic match that ends with a classic triumphant exclamation! Pete Weber’s a character. Love him or hate him – he’s been great for the PBA!

  10. In the mind of a Legend, during the championship match of the U.S. Open when this was bowling on absolute dirt. This was absolutely the most difficult pattern the PBA used at the time. It was a brutal mental grind for these guys. To see Pete completely nut that shot in the 10th to win was amazing to see.

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