Stuart Williams

England

Home Center: Mel's Lone Star Lanes (Georgetown, TX)

Age 37

Career PBA 300 Games: 11

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Joined
2009
Titles*
2
Career Earnings
$443,490.00

Personal: Native of England now living in Phoenix, Ariz., with wife Tina (Stickney)a former collegiate standout at Texas A&M and son Brady...Holds a degree in accounting…Favorite sport is cricket…Favorite movie is Pulp Fiction…Favorite food is filet mignon...Used money won in “high roller” events to finance his Tour Trials bid in 2008-09...Most memorable bowling moment was winning the 2007 World Ranking Masters...All-time sports hero is Michael Jordon...Was England's Crown Green Bowls national junior champion at age 14.

2018: Won Tulsa Open for second career tour title by defeating top qualifier Andrew Anderson 237-215 in title match...Finished second in PBA-WBT Thailand losing to Danielle McEwan in title match 225-218. McEwan did not receive a PBA title by accepting handicap pins...Finished fourth in Brunwick Euro Challenge...Finished seventh in Barbasol PBA Players Championship.

Career: In 2017 finished third Xtra Frame Jonesboro Open losing to eventual winner Francois Lavoie 232-196 in semifinal match...In 2015 finished third in season-opening DHC PBA Japan Invitational. Lost to Chris Barnes in semifinal match 300-225...Had productive 2014 season with several top five finishes. Finished third in PBA World Championship, losing to eventual winner Mike Fagan 219-206 in semi-final match...Finished second to fellow countryman Dom Barrett in Qatar Open losing in two game championship match 395-388...Finished third in Kuwait International Open losing to second-place finisher Dom Barrett, 243-202 in semifinal match...Finished third in PBA World Championship after being eliminated by eventual winner Mike Fagan in semifinal match 219-206...Won PBA Viper Open in 2011-12 season for first career PBA Tour title and to become first player from England to win a Tour title...Won 2007 WTBA World Ranking Masters…Has won international titles in nine countries…Has 300 games in 12 different countries…Finished sixth in 2009 PBA Tour Trials...In 2009-10 season, had three top 10 finishes with a career-best of sixth in Cheetah Championship...In 2010-11 competed in only half the season with best finish of 15th in One A Day Earl Anthony Memorial...In 2012-13 Finished third in USBC Masters losing to Wes Malott in semifinal match 202-185...Finished third in WSOB V Viper Championship losing to Chris Barnes 200-171 in semifinal match...Owns three PBA regional titles.

Career Statistics

Year* Events Cashes Match Play CRA Titles Avg Earnings
2019 9 4 3 0 0 212.45 $15,175.00
2018 15 12 4 2 1 217.61 $85,166.00
2017 25 17 9 1 2 217.51 $45,798.00
2016 16 7 3 0 0 213.33 $16,860.00
2015 20 15 9 1 0 223.19 $52,570.00
2014 17 13 4 1 0 222.45 $80,456.00
2013 19 13 6 2 0 222.38 $52,740.00
2011 12 9 5 2 1 219.93 $36,305.00
2010 6 6 1 0 0 212.66 $14,050.00
2009 17 11 3 0 0 211.41 $26,450.00
2008 1 0 0 0 0 209.98 $0.00

*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 standard titles (2)

2011-12 - Viper Open, Las Vegas
2018 - Tulsa Open, Owasso, Okla.

Other achievements:
Was member of 2013 Weber Cup championship team with Dom Barrett, Mika Koivuniemi and Martin Larsen...Finished third in 2019 men's WWBT Finals.

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