Home Center: Highland Lanes (Austin, TX)
Career PBA 300 Games: 40
Personal: Wesley Clint Malott (pronounced muh-LOT)...He and wife Maryiedth have three children, Jordan, Camden and Brooke… Enjoys spending time with family and friends and playing an occasional round of golf… Three-time Team USA member including 2011...Won team gold trios silver in 2011 PABCON Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico...Favorite sports are college football and basketball…Favorite actor is Adam Sandler.
2018: Finished fourth in Lubbock Sports Open losing to Chris Barnes 258-223 in first stepladder match...Continued his domination of the PBA King of the Hill exhibition event successfully defending title for eighth time by defeating Jason Belmonte 2-1 in best-of-three-game match at AMF Riviera Lanes.
Career: In 2017, finished third in U.S. Open losing to Rhino Page 226-155 in semifinal match. Finished third in PBA Chameleon Championship. Successfully defended King of the Hill Bowling Crown in Shawnee, Okla., against Tommy Jones 2-1 in best-of-three-game match. Successfully defended King of the Hill title in Portland, Maine defeating Jason Belmonte and EJ Tackett in three-game total pinfall match. Finished fourth in Xtra Frame Jonesboro Open losing to eventual winner Francois Lavoie 210-178 in opening stepladder match...2016 season was highlighted by three top five finishes. Finished second in Fall Swing PBA Badger Open losing to Sean Rash 259-195 in title match. Finished third in Detroit Open losing to eventual winner Sean Rash 202-198 in semifinal. Finished third in USBC Masters losing to Dan MacLelland 216-213 in semifinal stepladder match...In 2015 teamed with Norm Duke to win Roth/Holman Doubles by defeating Dom Barrett and Osku Palermaa 228-203 in title match for his 10th career Tour title. Finished fifth in Bahrain International Open. In effort to successfully defend U.S. Open title lost to Dom Barrett in opening stepladder match 226-223 to finish fifth...In 2014 finished second in PBA World Championship losing to Mike Fagan 259-212 in championship match...Finished second to Jason Belmonte in Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions losing 219-218 in championship match...Was member of 2014 Silver Lake Atom Splitters team that won Elias Cup by defeating L.A. X 4-2 in championship finals...After recovering from knee surgery to repair a meniscus tear, won 2013 U.S. Open for first major and eighth PBA Tour title. After qualifying third for stepladder finals, defeated Marshall Kent 200-193, Pete Weber in semifinal 279-182 and then Jason Belmonte 214-156 in the final for the $50,000 first prize. Win pushed him over $1 million in career earnings...Won 2013 Cheetah Championship by defeating Parker Bohn III, 243-169 for second title of the season and ninth of his career...Finished second in 2013 USBC Masters losing to Jason Belmonte in championship match 258-245...Also finished second in Don Carter Classic losing to Jason Sterner 299-235 in championship match...Won three titles including three in 2008-09 on his way to PBA Player of the Year honors and George Young High Average Award with 222.98…In 2011-12 season teamed with Norm Duke to win Mark Roth-Marshall Holman Doubles Championship for seventh career Tour title. Other top finishes included second in Carmen Salvino Classic and seventh in Tournament of Champions...Also in 2008-09 had two second and three third-place finishes in a personal-best nine championship round appearances in 2008-09… Won PBA Versatility Swing which consisted of points earned in six tournaments conducted on six different PBA lane conditions…Went over the $100,000 mark in season earnings for the fourth straight season with $174,680…Finished second in 2009-10 PBA World Championship losing to winner Tom Smallwood in championship match 244-228...Captured his first PBA title in the 2005 Mile High Classic, defeating Mika Koivuniemi in the title match after defeating Patrick Allen in the semifinal match, 299-236…First title came in his 47th career event…Owns 18 PBA Regional titles.
|2018 Go Bowling! PBA Tour||9||7||3||1||0||215.31||$22,175.00|
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