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PBA Baby Ruth Real Deal Classic Mike Scroggins beat Walter Ray Williams Jr., 270-248, to win the PBA Baby Ruth Real Deal Classic. The title was Scroggins 2nd Tour title and his first since 1992.
PBA Days Inn Open Steve Jaros defeated David Traber 260-235 to win the PBA Days Inn Open in Dallas. The title was Jaros' 5th career Tour title and his 2nd of the season.
PBA Odor-Eaters Open Robert Smith doubled in the 10th to capture the PBA Odor-Eaters Open, 227-218, over Walter Ray Williams Jr. The title was Smith's second of the season and the sixth of his career.
61st U.S. Open presented by Jackson Hewitt Tax Service Pete Weber defeated Brian Voss 231-178 in the title match of the 61st U.S. Open presented by Jackson Hewitt Tax Service. Weber's win gives him 31 career titles and he now owns three U.S. Open titles.
PBA Reno Open Mika Koivuniemi defeated Brad Angelo 258-181 to win the PBA Reno Open. This is the 4th title of Koivuniemi's career and his second of the season.
ABC Masters Walter Ray Williams Jr. defeated Chris Barnes, 268-239 to win the 54th ABC Masters. With the win, Williams moves to within two titles of Earl Anthony's all-time record.
PBA Medford Open In a thrilling final match, Pete Weber defeated Tommy Delutz Jr. 265-256 to win the PBA Medford Open. Weber's 30th title moved him into sole posession of 4th place on the all-time wins list in front of Parker Bohn III.
PBA Earl Anthony Classic Presented by Storm Lonnie Waliczek failed to convert the 1-2-4-6-10 and lost the championship match against Walter Ray Williams Jr., 211-205. The title is Williams' 38th and moves him three behind Earl Anthony's all-time mark of 41.
PBA Dexter Tournament of Champions Patrick Healey Jr. defeated Randy Pedersen 222-188 in the finals of the PBA Dexter Tournament of Champions. The title was Healey's first major and his 3rd career PBA Tour title.
T of C Draw Party The second annual Tournament of Champions Draw Party was held Thursday, December 11th to kick off the season's first major.
ESPN Visit PBA professionals visited the ESPN Studios in Bristol, CT, before competing in the Tournament of Champions.
PBA Cambridge Credit Classic Mika Koivuniemi defeated Patrick Allen 259-237, to win the PBA Cambridge Credit Classic. En route to the finals, Koivuniemi rolled the PBA's 16th televised perfect game, beating Jason Couch 300-248. The title was Koivuniemi's 3rd and his first non-major title.
PBA Geico Open Patrick Healey Jr. defeated Ryan Shafer to win the PBA Geico Open and win his second career PBA Tour title.
PBA Empire State Open Ryan Shafer defeated Chris Barnes, 217-215, to win the PBA Empire State Open. Shafer was only the 5th semifinalist forced to bowl in the wild card match to go on to win the championship. The title was Shafer's 4th career PBA Tour victory.
PBA Greater Philadelphia Open Patrick Allen defeated Danny Wiseman, 200-178 to win the PBA Greater Philadelphia Open. The title was Patrick Allen's 2nd career PBA Tour title.
PBA Toledo Open Steve Jaros beat Chris Johnson, 224-222 in the title match of the PBA Toledo Open. The win was Jaros's 4th career PBA Tour title.
PBA Pepsi Open Jason Couch defeated Steve Wilson, 187-177 to win the PBA Pepsi Open. The title was Couch's 11th career PBA Tour title.
PBA Miller High Life Open Finals Brian Himmler beat Mika Koivuniemi 230-215 in the championship match of the PBA Miller High Life Open. The win was Himmler's second career victory, and his first since 1998.
PBA Greater Kansas City Classic Finals Norm Duke captured his 21st PBA Tour title by defeating Mika Koivuniemi 197-194 to win the PBA Greater Kansas City Classic.
PBA Banquet Open Finals The PBA Banquet Open kicked off the 2003-04 PBA season. Robert Smith beat Mike Machuga 244-187 to capture his 5th PBA title.