Brunswick Blog

  1. Tuesday, April 12, 2011 - 10:01 am

    PBA Tour - Season Wrap

    With only one title to be decided this weekend at the Dick Weber Playoffs, I thought now would be a great time for my thoughts on the season.

    Winning a title was very tough for our team this year, but Chris Loschetter got it done in Kuwait. He beat a very strong field of PBA and world-class players from all over. We actually had a great week over there as a team…Chris with the win, Sean in sixth, and Ronnie Russell in 17th. They were the only three guys that went from our team.

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  2. Saturday, March 12, 2011 - 12:18 pm

    Dick Weber Playoffs

    I will be heading to the center to get the Truck ready for the Senior Tour which starts in a few weeks. I will be doing inventory of the balls on the truck and moving them over to a different truck that the PBA takes on the Senior tour. Just some of the little things we do out here that most people don’t hear about. If you are in the Indy area, feel free to come by and give me a hand.

    Yesterday was a really interesting day in general. We had some great things happen and a few that just didn’t work out well for the team.

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  3. Friday, March 11, 2011 - 2:02 pm

    Dick Weber Playoffs - Day 3

    The first round of elimination is over and the Brunswick team did a very good job.

    Parker was in great position and had a very solid chance to make the cut into the next round. He needed the first one in the tenth to shut the rest of the guys, but he left a solid seven and gave them a chance. Randy Weiss threw a double in the tenth to knock Parker out.

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  4. Friday, March 11, 2011 - 12:17 am

    Dick Weber Playoffs - Day 2

    Today was a huge roller coaster. The first disaster was Chris Loschetter, who was above the cut line by 50 pins or so going into the last game this morning. He had to bowl on lanes 13 and 14 the last game and they are just not good at all. But he bowled really well going in, and started with a couple very solid shots, strike-ring-10, strike. Down at the other end of the pod PJ Haggerty was off to a good start. PJ bowled a 269 and Chris missed the cut. But the rest of the Brunswick guys made it in.

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