Jason Belmonte

Australia

Home Center: Orange Tenpin Bowl (Orange, NSW, Australia)

Age 35

Career PBA 300 Games: 22

Jason Belmonte

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Joined
2008
Titles*
18
Career Earnings
$1,310,836.59

Personal: Nickname “Belmo”…Married to Kimberly…Daughter Aria arrived in 2009 son Hugo in 2012 and newborn Sylvie in 2016…Took up the sport two-handed as a toddler when he was too small to roll the ball with one hand…Loves movies, plays a little golf, tennis, squash and Australian rules football...If there's one thing he likes to do more than throwing strikes is playing with his kids.

2019: Finished third in season opening Hall of Fame Classic losing to Bill O'Neill 268-188 in semifinal match.

Career: In 2018 finished second in Lucky Larsen Masters losing to Kyle Troup 248-232 in title match. Finished second for third consecutive year with partner Diandra Asbaty in PBA-PWBA Storm Striking Against Cancer Mixed Doubles. Won PBA Tour Finals by defeating EJ Tackett in roll-off of two-game final 40-26 after winning first game 239-205 and losing second game 219-170. Was 18th career title and second of season. Won Roth-Holman Doubles Championship with Bill O'Neill defeating Darren and Michael Tang 205-185 in title match. Finished fourth in PBA Tournament of Champions and second in Barbasol PBA Players Championship losing to Tom Smallwood 259-239 in title match. Earned fourth George Young High Average award with 221.3 average...

Career Statistics

Year* Events Cashes Match Play CRA Titles Avg Earnings
2019 2 2 2 1 0 238.96 $12,500.00
2018 14 10 6 3 2 221.38 $110,500.00
2017 15 15 11 7 4 229.39 $238,912.00
2016 24 15 11 6 0 224.75 $95,345.00
2015 20 15 11 11 2 225.40 $178,542.00
2014 18 17 6 4 3 226.71 $163,778.00
2013 26 21 13 10 2 228.81 $186,464.59
2011 13 12 9 8 4 226.42 $137,375.00
2010 12 10 9 4 0 218.82 $62,950.00
2009 16 15 10 3 0 217.94 $80,090.00
2008 9 8 6 1 1 219.20 $44,380.00

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

Titles and Achievements

PBA Career Standard titles: (9)
2008-09 -West Babylon, N.Y.
2011-12 - Chameleon Open, Las Vegas
GEICO Shark Open, Las Vegas
Australian Masters
2012-13 - Lucas Oil Bear Open, Milwaukee
2014 - Oklahoma Open, Shawnee, Okla.
2017 - Malmo, Sweden
2018 - Columbus, Ohio (doubles with Bill O'Neill)
PBA Tour Finals, Detroit.

PBA Major titles: (9)
2011 - Players Championship
2013 - USBC Masters
2014 - Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions
USBC Masters
2015 - USBC Masters
Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions
2017 - Barbasol PBA Players Championship
USBC Masters
PBA World Championship.

Other achievements:
Won 2018 WBT men's finals with 10-8 sudden-death roll-off win over Marshall Kent after tying at 267 in title match...Earned third consecutive Best Bowler ESPY and fourth overall in 2017... Has won numerous titles on the world stage including the 2007 World Tenpin Masters…Finished second in 2007 QubicaAMF World Cup…Won Indonesian Open in 2008...Won 2011 Thailand Open defeating fellow PBA tour player Mike Fagan 300-205...First to qualify for World Ranking Masters in two zones…Gained enormous media attention in 2008-09 for his two-handed delivery…Won 2011 Qubica/AMF World Cup by defeating fellow PBA Tour player Tommy Jones 2-1 in best of three game match in Johannesburg, South Africa...As part of Team Australia, won trios bronze medal in 2014 WBA Men's World Championship.

Awards:
2012-13, 2014 and 2015, 2017 GEICO Chris Schenkel Player of the Year
2008-2009 PBA Rookie of the Year
2011, 2015, 2016 and 2017 Bowling ESPY Award winner
2012-13, 2014, 2017 and 2018 George Young High Average Award
2014 - Harry Smith Point Leader Award.

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