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Bowling's Best Set to Compete at 2024 PBA Tour Finals

PBA Tour FInals
Picture source: Professional Bowlers Association

The 2024 PBA Tour Finals are set to take place this weekend at Steel City Bowl & Brews in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, featuring eight top bowlers from the 2023 and 2024 PBA Tour seasons.

With nine hours of live coverage on CBS Sports Network across June 8-9, fans can expect intense competition and thrilling matches.

The field is headlined by EJ Tackett, who leads in points from both seasons and enters as the top seed. He is joined by Anthony Simonsen, Jason Belmonte, Bill O’Neill, Marshall Kent, defending champion Kyle Troup, Packy Hanrahan, and Jakob Butturff.

O’Neill and Kent are new to this year’s event, replacing Dom Barrett and Kris Prather from the 2023 lineup.

The winner of the tournament will take home a $30,000 prize.

2024 PBA Tour Finals Format

Players will divided into two groups based on points:

  • Group 1: Tackett, O’Neill, Kent, and Butturff.

  • Group 2: Simonsen, Belmonte, Troup, and Hanrahan.

On Saturday, each group will bowl two games on dual patterns (46-foot Petraglia and 38-foot Holman), determining seeding for Sunday’s stepladder finals. Sunday’s matches include single games for the first rounds and a Race-to-Two format for the finals, with a ninth and 10th frame roll-off if needed.

TV Schedule (Central European Time)

  • Saturday, June 8

  • 9 p.m. — Group 1 Positioning Round

  • 11 p.m. — Group 2 Positioning Round

  • Sunday, June 9

  • 8 p.m. — Group 1 Stepladder Finals

  • 10 p.m. — Group 2 Stepladder Finals

  • 12 p.m. — Championship Match

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