Patrick Healey JR
Age 46 - 10/9/1968
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Exempt Thru: 2008-09
Career PBA 300 Games: 9
Earned Exemption: Injury Deferment
Personal: Patrick Healey Jr.… Resides in Denton, Texas, with wife, Teresa, and step-son, Victor… Attended Wichita State University where he was a first-team All-American in 1988… Was the 1995 U.S. National Amateur Champion… Won the gold medal in doubles and trios in the 1991 FIQ World Championships… Won the 1995 World Cup… U.S. Amateur of the Year (1991, '92, '95)… World Amateur Bowler of the Year (1995, '96)… Was a member of Team USA… Wife, Teresa, is an accomplished bowler and has represented the Mexican National Team eight times… Likes to play golf.
2007-08: Did not compete in any events during the 2007-08 season as he deferred his exemption until 2008-09 due to an illness.
Career: Owns three career PBA Tour titles… Made 16 championship round appearances before winning his first career title in the 2002 Greater Kansas City Classic, the fourth-longest streak of all time… Had finished second four times in that stretch… Won two titles in 2003-04 including his first Major title in the PBA Tournament of Champions… Is 14-25 with a 216.31 average in 28 career TV singles appearances… Opponents average 223.10 on TV against him… Has appeared in multiple TV finals in eight of his nine seasons on Tour, including a career-best five telecasts in the 2000 season… Finished third in the 1995 Tournament of Champions as an amateur… Has won three PBA Regional Tour titles and has earned $20,605 on the Regional Tour… Total career PBA earnings stand at $760,857.
Career Standard Titles (2): 2002-03 – Kansas City, Kan.; 2003-04 – West Babylon, N.Y.
Career Major Titles (1): 2003 Tournament of Champions, Uncasville, Conn.
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