Brunswick Blog

  1. Wednesday, March 09, 2011 - 2:36 pm

    Dick Weber Playoffs - Day 1

    They just finished bowling the first round of pods. Please keep in mind the top 18 players have a bye and have not thrown a ball yet. The top 6, including Sean, have three byes and do not even bowl until Friday afternoon. The next 6, including Smalz, have two byes and bowl Friday morning. The next 6, including Ronnie Russell, have one bye and come into the tourney on Thursday evening.

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  2. Wednesday, March 09, 2011 - 6:36 am

    Dick Weber Playoffs - Day 1

    It’s day one of the Dick Weber Play Offs here in Indy.

    Parker is already up this morning, getting in some early practice.

    Yesterday was the practice session and the lanes were high scoring. Who knows what today brings? This tournament will resemble the World Series Of Poker. Each pod will work as a table and the goal is to advance through your POD. Check out the PBA website for complete details.

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  3. Saturday, March 05, 2011 - 11:03 am

    Mark Roth Plastic Ball Championships - TV Show

    Good morning to all of our Brunswick Fans.

    This has been a very solid week for our team. I have to thank our team for working very hard and buying into the crazy drillings that I tried this week. Check out the photos below to see these layouts. The main thing that happened this week was Brad Angelo moved up to 35th place in points. Going into next week he just needs to be solid to keep his exemption for next year. Brad had a very solid 13th place finish this week.

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  4. Friday, March 04, 2011 - 5:08 pm

    Mark Roth Plastic Ball Championships - Match Play

    We are on lunch break after nine games of match play this morning. The lanes played very differently this morning than they had the previous two days. As you all know, Sean Rash had been the leader in each round. The area he played in both rounds hooked quite a bit more today than the last two days. What made it worse, when he opened his angles up a little, the plastic ball never saw the lane at all, and went 60 feet. This caused Sean quite a bit of frustration. Once he got settled down a little he bowled much better.

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