PBA Bowling Tour: 1990 Season

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PBA Bowling Tour: 1990 Season
League Professional Bowlers Association
Sport Ten-pin bowling
Duration January 9 – December 10, 1990
PBA Tour
Season MVP Amleto Monacelli
PBA Tour seasons

This is a recap of the 1990 season for the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour. It was the tour's 32nd season, and consisted of 37 events. Amleto Monacelli repeated as PBA Player of the Year, winning another three titles on top of the four he had won in 1989.

Jim Pencak won his second title and first major at the Society Bank PBA National Championship. By also winning the Budweiser Open and Showboat Atlantic City Open later in the season, Pencak set a PBA record by winning the first 15 TV matches of his career.[1]

Ron Polombi, Jr. won a major at the Seagram's Coolers U.S. Open, while Dave Ferraro was victorious at the Firestone Tournament of Champions.

Tournament schedule[edit]

Event Bowling center City Dates Winner
AC-Delco Classic Gable House Bowl Torrance, California Jan 9–13 Ron Williams (2)
Showboat Invitational Showboat Bowling Center Las Vegas, Nevada Jan 14–20 Dave Husted (7)
ARC Pinole Open Pinole Valley Lanes Pinole, California Jan 23–27 Chris Warren (1)
Quaker State Open Forum Bowling Lanes Grand Prairie, Texas Jan 30 – Feb 3 Randy Pedersen (8)
Don Carter Classic Don Carter's All-Star Lanes Kenner, Louisiana Feb 5–10 Parker Bohn III (3)
Budweiser Classic Don Carter's All-Star Lanes Sunrise, Florida Feb 12–17 Brian Voss (9)
Bowler's Journal Florida Space Coast Open Shore Lanes Merritt Island, Florida Feb 19–24 Robert Lawrence (1)
Fair Lanes Open Fair Lanes Woodlawn Baltimore, Maryland Feb 26 – Mar 3 Danny Wiseman (1)
Columbus Professional Bowling Classic Columbus Square Bowling Center Columbus, Ohio Mar 5–10 Amleto Monacelli (7)
Society Bank PBA National Championship Ducat's Imperial Lanes Toledo, Ohio Mar 11–17 Jim Pencak (2)
Budweiser Open Buckeye Lanes North Olmsted, Ohio Mar 19–24 Jim Pencak (3)
True Value Open Landmark Recreation Center Peoria, Illinois Mar 27–31 Robert Lawrence (2)
Seagram's Coolers U.S. Open Woodland Bowl Indianapolis, Indiana Apr 1–7 Ron Polombi, Jr. (4)
Showboat Atlantic City Open Showboat Lanes Atlantic City, New Jersey Apr 9–14 Jim Pencak (4)
Greater Hartford Open Bradley Bowl Windsor Locks, Connecticut Apr 17–21 Mike Aulby (19)
Firestone Tournament of Champions Riviera Lanes Fairlawn, Ohio Apr 24–28 Dave Ferraro (6)
Seattle Open Skyway Park Bowl Seattle, Washington May 15–19 Chris Warren (2)
PBA Oregon Open Hollywood Bowl Portland, Oregon May 22–26 Mark Baker (4)
Showboat PBA Doubles Classic Showboat Bowling Center Las Vegas, Nevada May 29 – Jun 2 David Ozio (6),
Steve Wunderlich (2)
Kessler Open Earl Anthony's Dublin Bowl Dublin, California Jun 11–16 Butch Soper (4)
Fresno Open Cedar Lanes Fresno, California Jun 19–23 Hugh Miller (5)
Kessler Classic Town Square Lanes Riverside, California Jun 26–30 Danny Wiseman (2)
Fair Lanes Phoenix Classic Fair Lanes Squaw Peak Phoenix, Arizona Jul 2–7 Ron Polombi, Jr. (5)
Miller Lite Challenge Golden Pin Lanes Tucson, Arizona Jul 9–14 Bryan Goebel (1)
El Paso Open Bowl El Paso El Paso, Texas Jul 17–21 Scott Devers (4)
Quality Inns International Summer Classic Boulevard Bowl Edmond, Oklahoma Jul 22–28 Parker Bohn III (4)
Columbia 300 Open Highland Lanes Austin, Texas Jul 29 – Aug 2 Bob Handley (5)
Wichita Open Northrock Lanes Wichita, Kansas Aug 4–9 Amleto Monacelli (8)
La Mode Classic Red Carpet Lanes Green Bay, Wisconsin Aug 11–16 Pete Weber (14)
Senior/Touring Pro Doubles Championship Thruway Lanes Buffalo, New York Aug 19–23 Dave Soutar (18),
Rowdy Morrow (2)
Oronamin C Japan Cup '90 Tokyo Port Bowl Tokyo, Japan Oct 11–14 Chris Warren (3)
Chevy Truck Classic Marcel's Olympic Bowl Rochester, New York Oct 29 – Nov 3 Roger Bowker (2)
Toyota Classic Tropicana Lanes Richmond Heights, Missouri Nov 5–10 Pete Weber (15)
Brunswick Memorial World Open Brunswick Northern Bowl Glendale Heights, Illinois Nov 10–17 Jimmy Johnson (1)
American Bowling Congress Fall Classic Red Carpet Celebrity Lanes Milwaukee, Wisconsin Nov 19–24 Parker Bohn III (5)
Budwesier Touring Players Championship Taylor Lanes Taylor, Michigan Nov 26 – Dec 1 Duane Fisher (1)
Cambridge Mixed Doubles Sally's Lanes Reno, Nevada Dec 7–10 Amleto Monacelli (9),
Tish Johnson

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