Home Center: Fayetteville Fun Bowl (Fayetteville, GA)
PBA career 300 games: 22
Personal: Describes himself as a “die hard bowler”…Nickname is “Flash”…Biggest fear is going bald while he’s still young…First memory of bowling was competing in Saturday morning youth leagues with his friends…Says cutting his hair is his best non-athletic talent…Won the 2003 Youth Masters…Named Greater Atlanta Bowler of the Year in 2003, ’04 and ’06…2008 Georgia State Champion.
2019: Finished second in non-title FloBowling PBA ATX Invite losing to Bill O'Neill 2-0 in best-of-three-game title match...Won FloBowling PBA Illinois Open for third career title and first win in two years...Defeated EJ Tackett 243-212 in title match for third career tour title.
Career: In 2017 teamed with Birgit Poppler of Germany to win Striking Against Breast Cancer Mixed Doubles for second career title...Finished third in season-opening DHC PBA Japan Invitational losing to eventual winner EJ Tackett in 235-191 in semifinal stepladder match...Finished fourth in Xtra Frame Wilmington Open losing to EJ Tackett in opening stepladder match 242-199...Won first Tour title in 2012-13 Don Carter Classic by defeating Wes Mallot in championship match 299-235. Also in 2012-13 finished fourth in Bowlers Journal Scorpion Championship and fifth in Lucas Oil Milwaukee Open...Named 2006-07 PBA South Region Rookie of the Year and went on to win 2007-08 PBA South Region Player of the Year…In 2008-09 season finished seventh in USBC Masters and eighth in Earl Anthony Memorial...Owns 10 PBA regional titles.
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