Parker Bohn III

Jackson, N.J.

Home Center: Howell Lanes (Howell, NJ)

Age 53 - 7/13/1963

Career PBA 300 Games: 105

Parker Bohn III

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Bowls
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Joined
1984
Titles*
35
Tour Earnings
$3,124,914.96
Total Earnings
$3,124,914.96

Personal: Parker Morse Bohn III (pronounced BONE)… Resides in Jackson, N.J., with wife Leslie and children Justin, Brandon and Sydney…Bohn’s other sons, Parker IV and Evan, live in Tennessee… Has his own fan club, the Bohn Zone, and website, www.parkerbohn.com...Would like to be an architectural engineer if he was not a professional bowler…Bohn is the brother-in-law of PBA champion Doug Kent (Doug’s wife Chrissie and Parker’s wife Leslie are sisters…Named to the Team USA “Dream Team” in 2008...Is a sales representative for Brunswick.

2015: Won Cheetah Championship at GEICO WSOB VII for 35th PBA Tour title defeating Paul Moor of England 210-206 and moving into fifth on all-time list...Won PBA Players Championship for 34th Tour title tying with Mark Roth for fifth all-time and third major. Won championship match in two frame roll-off after 237-237 tie with Ronnie Russell...Finished third in Xtra Frame South Point Open.

Career: In 2012-13 Won PBA World Championship IV for second career major and 33rd title overall by defeating Jason Belmonte in championship match, 254-227. Win was first since 2008-09 season...As top qualifier, finished second in WSOB V Cheetah Championship losing to Wes Malott in championship 249-163...Won titles in five straight seasons from 1997 through the 2001-02 campaign, collecting a total of 18 titles during that span…Won a career-best five titles in 1999 and again in 2001-02, earning the PBA Player of the Year Award in both seasons…Won George Young High Average Awards and Harry Smith Point Leader Awards in both 1999 and 2001-02…Four-time winner of the Steve Nagy Sportsmanship Award…Shot a nationally-televised 300 game in the 1998 USBC Masters in Reno…Won a career-best eight consecutive televised matches between May 16, 1998, and Feb. 6, 1999, taking home four titles during that streak…Owns 25 PBA Regional titles and two PBA50 Regional titles…Won 2008 Cheetah Championship for his 32nd career Tour title (tied for fifth all-time with Norm Duke)...Currently ranks fourth on the all-time PBA earnings list...Won Miller High Life Classic in April 2014 for first PBA50 Tour title...Won 2015 PBA50 Pasco County Florida Open by defeating Norm Duke 263-222 for second PBA50 Tour title and Treasure Island Resort & Casino Open by defeating Pete Weber in championship match 259-238 for third career PBA50 title.

Career Statistics

Season* Events Cashes Match Play CRA Titles Avg Earnings
PBA50 2016 12 12 12 2 0 227.07 $29,045.00
2016 16 6 3 0 0 213.13 $47,755.00
2015 18 12 9 6 2 225.64 $126,400.00
PBA50 2015 11 10 8 0 2 227.54 $29,025.00
PBA50 2014 9 9 8 3 1 231.99 $22,290.00
2014 13 4 2 0 0 212.60 $44,841.00
2012-2013 24 10 4 5 1 223.37 $91,414.96
2011-2012 13 7 1 1 0 218.88 $21,495.00
2010-2011 12 7 4 1 0 218.63 $40,895.00
2009-2010 19 18 8 0 0 215.52 $39,490.00
2008-2009 21 20 12 2 1 220.17 $80,190.00
2007-2008 21 19 10 3 1 218.89 $76,550.00
2006-2007 21 20 12 5 0 225.05 $75,960.00
2005-2006 22 22 16 4 0 220.79 $87,700.00
2004-2005 season 20 20 16 2 1 219.19 $109,900.00
2003-2004 season 21 10 8 2 0 218.63 $39,097.00
2002-2003 season 20 14 14 3 0 219.69 $79,152.00
2001-2002 season 30 27 24 9 5 221.54 $245,200.00
2000 season 19 12 10 5 2 217.44 $108,105.00
1999 season 24 20 16 11 5 228.04 $232,595.00
1998 season 23 16 11 6 4 0.00 $188,355.00
1997 season 25 16 14 8 2 0.00 $203,060.00
1996 season 27 20 15 9 0 0.00 $102,217.00
1995 season 29 24 18 7 1 0.00 $109,445.00
1994 season 28 20 13 5 0 0.00 $121,885.00
1993 season 30 20 15 5 2 0.00 $174,350.00
1992 season 32 22 13 5 3 0.00 $109,435.00
1991 season 31 25 14 4 0 0.00 $67,320.00
1990 season 35 24 13 6 3 0.00 $168,405.00
1989 season 34 22 18 6 1 0.00 $128,222.00
1988 season 33 19 12 1 0 0.00 $46,139.00
1987 season 28 15 10 4 1 0.00 $68,170.00
1986 season 25 5 2 0 0 0.00 $7,655.00
1985 season 22 2 0 0 0 0.00 $3,157.00

*Note: Statistics will be updated for each tournament after it airs on television. Click here for the PBA Tour TV schedule.

Titles and Achievements

Career Standard Titles (32)

1987 – Seattle, Wash.
1989 – Glendale Heights, Ill.
1990 – Kenner, La.
Edmond, Okla.
Milwaukee, Wis.
1992 – El Paso, Texas
Doubles with Hugh Miller, Beaumont, Texas
Tokyo, Japan
1993 – Phoenix, Ariz.
Mixed Doubles with Aleta Sill, Reno, Nev.
1995 – Austin ,Texas
1997 – Lakewood, Calif.
Las Vegas, Nev.
1998 – Brentwood, Calif.
Taylor, Mich.
Harrisburg, Pa.
Tokyo, Japan
1999 – Austin, Texas
Latham, N.Y.
Las Vegas, Nev.
Tokyo, Japan
Canandaigua, N.Y.
2000 – Chattanooga, Tenn.
Tokyo, Japan
2001-02 – Doubles with Rohn Morton, Reno, Nev.
Latham, N.Y.
Kirkland, Wash.
Virginia Beach, Va.
2004-05 – El Paso, Texas
2007-08 – Spartanburg, S.C.
2008-09 – Cheektowaga, N.Y.
2015 - Reno (Cheetah Championship)
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Career Major Titles (3)

2001 - USBC Masters, Reno, Nev.
2012-13 - PBA World Championship, Las Vegas
2015 - PBA Players Championship, Indianapolis.

Career PBA50 Tour Titles (3)

2014 - Mooresville, N.C.
2015 - Pasco County Open, Welch, Minn.

Awards:
PBA Player of the Year (1999, 2001-02)
…Harry Smith Point Leader Award (1999, 2001-02)
…George Young High Average Award (1999, 2001-02)
…Steve Nagy Sportsmanship Award (1990, '91, '92, '93)
PBA Hall of Fame (2000)
…USBC Hall of Fame (2008)
...2000 Bowling ESPY award winner...Tony Reyes Community Service Award (2012-13)
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