St. Charles, Mo.
Home Center: St. Charles Lanes (St. Charles, MO)
Career PBA 300 Games: 85
Personal: Peter David Weber…Resides in St. Ann, Mo., with wife Tracy and three children… Nickname is PDW… Near-scratch player in golf…Likes to follow all the St. Louis sports teams… Is a huge WWE fan...Was first bowler to be subject of ESPN 30 for 30 documentary which debuted in February 2016.
Career: In 2017 joined Walter Ray Williams Jr. as only players with more than $4 million in career earnings...In 2016 had best finish of sixth in PBA World Championship...In 2015 finished second in Xtra Frame Iowa Midwest Open losing to Sean Rash 219-217 in title match. Finished third in USBC Masters losing to eventual winner Jason Belmonte in semifinal match, 232-210. In effort to extend his U.S. Open win record to six in 2015 and to take all-time majors lead to 11, lost to Dom Barrett 218-200 in semi-final TV match to finish third...In 2013 won Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions to become the first player to complete the PBA Triple Crown for a second time and tied bowling legend Earl Anthony for most major PBA titles with 10. His 224-179 win in championship match over Jason Belmonte gave him 37 career titles fourth on the all-time list. At age 50, became the oldest to win the Tournament of Champions surpassing the previous record of 44 set by Joe Joseph who won the first TOC in 1962. Finished third in 2013 U.S. Open losing to eventual winner Wes Malott in semifinal match 279-182...Was member of New York City WTT KingPins team, owned by tennis legend Billie Jean King which won inaugural PBA League Elias Cup...Finished third in Lucas Oil Milwaukee Open...Finished third in WSOB V PBA World Championship losing to Sean Rash 279-249 in semifinal match...Finished third in WSOB V Cheetah Championship losing to eventual winner Wes Malott 288-242 in semifinal match...Won 2012 U.S. Open for record fifth time, eclipsing his dad Dick Weber and Don Carter who won the event four times. Needing a strike on the final ball of the 10th frame, defeated Mike Fagan in title match 215-214 for his 36th career Tour win and to become the oldest to win the event at age 49. Became second player in PBA history to surpass $3 million in career earnings...Became the second bowler to eclipse the $2 million mark in 1997…One of only six bowlers to complete the PBA's career Triple Crown (World Championship, Tournament of Champions, U.S. Open) which he has done twice…Also has won the Touring Players Championship…Needs a win in the USBC Masters to become the second Super Slam winner of five different majors, accomplished only by Mike Aulby…Won 2013 USBC Senior Masters for first PBA50 Tour win by defeating by beating Lennie Boresch Jr. in title match 246-237...Won PBA50 Treasure Island Resort & Casino Open on his birthday for second career PBA50 Tour title...Won 2014 Pro Bowl West Fort Wayne Classic for third career PBA50 Tour title by defeating Randy Pedersen in championship match 259-297...In 2014 had best Tour finishes of third in Badger Open and fifth in Barbasol Tournament of Champions...Finished second in 2014 Suncoast PBA50 Senior U.S. Open losing to Norm Duke 214-174 in championship match...Won 2015 Suncoast Senior U.S. Open defeating Eric Forkel in title match 224-212 to join Norm Duke as only players to win U.S. Open on PBA and PBA50 Tours. Earned PBA50 Player of the Year honors for first POY on either national tour...On 2016 PBA50 Tour, won PBA50 South Shore Open by defeating Lennie Boresch Jr., 241-203 in title match for his record sixth career PBA50 Tour title...Successfully defended Suncoast Senior U.S. Open title by defeating Harry Sullins 224-183 in title match for record fourth consecutive PBA50 Tour title...Won second USBC Senior Masters title defeating Paul McCordic in title match 266-263 in title match setting new record of five PBA50 Tour titles in a season. In effort to win record third consecutive PBA50 major lost to Norm Duke 234-215 in championship match of PBA50 Treasure Island Resort & Casino World Championship...Owns 51 combined PBA regional titles and PBA50 regional titles.
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