Ambitious, Well-Known Bowlers Who Took “Talent” To The Next Level [Sponsored]

Posted: December 4, 2013 by essince in Uncategorized

In every sport there will be people who excel at it. There is no better feeling than watching the greatest of all time compete against each other, no matter what sport we are talking about. This rings true for bowling, as well. It had its share of average players, good players and bowlers who will go down in history as the best ever. Here is a look at those players.

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1. Dick Weber
Weber was one of the first true stars of the sport. He started his first professional team way back in 1955 and was a pioneer instrumental in developing many elements which are now a regular part of the sport. He was even a founding member of the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) which he then went on to completely dominate. During the course of his career, he won 36 PBA titles which ranks him as seventh overall, but he managed to do this over the course of six decades.

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2. Walter Ray Williams, Jr.
Williams boasts career highlights and accomplishments in bowling which cannot be touched by anyone else. He holds the record for most PBA Tour titles with 47, he holds the record for most consecutive seasons winning a title with 17 and he holds the record for most times names PBA Player of the Year with seven. As if that was not enough, he is also a very accomplished horseshoes player where he is also a 9-time champion.

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3. Earl Anthony
Before Williams, Anthony had the record for most PBA titles with 41. He also had the record for most times named Bowler of the Year with six. Even though his records were eventually broken, he still remains a pioneer of the sport and one of the greatest to ever play it.

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