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PBA Tour titles as of Feb. 24, 2024 — the complete historical list

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Saturday, February 24, 2024 11:15 pm
PBA Tour titles as of Feb. 24, 2024 — the complete historical list

This list was updated after the 2024 Just Bar PBA Indiana, which was won by Kyle Troup on Feb. 24, 2024.

It is based on this list compiled by the PBA Tour with corrections and updates by bowling historian Eric Hartman, including researching the dates titles actually were won on, as PBA policy has been to report the dates shows were broadcast as the date a title was won, even if it wasn't when the competition took place.

Hartman also compiled titles won by non-members, which PBA does not recognize as titles, and they are added to the list, making it the most comprehensive in existence. 

Hartman also compiled World Bowling Tour titles and they are listed at the bottom of this list, with an explanation.


PBA TOUR TITLES
Name (last tournament won)

47 Titles
Walter Ray Williams Jr. (USBC Masters – 2/14/10)

43 Titles
Earl Anthony (ABC Masters – 5/12/84)

40 Titles
Norm Duke (Jonesboro Open – 3/3/19)

37 Titles
Pete Weber (Barbasol Tournament of Champions – 3/31/13)

35 Titles
Parker Bohn III (Cheetah Championship – 12/19/15)

34 Titles
Mark Roth (IOF Foresters Open – 4/15/95)

31 Titles
Jason Belmonte (PBA Tournament of Champions – 3/19/23)

30 Titles
Dick Weber (King Louie Open – 2/19/77)

29 Titles
Mike Aulby (Silicon Valley Open – 1/21/01)

26 Titles
Don Johnson (Midas Open – 2/12/77)

25 Titles
Brian Voss (Bayer Don & Paula Carter Mixed Doubles – 2/21/10)

22 Titles
Marshall Holman (Ebonite Classic – 10/15/96)

21 Titles
E.J. Tackett (PBA World Championship – 4/23/23)

20 Titles
Tommy Jones (Hall of Fame Classic – 1/19/20)
Amleto Monacelli (DHC Japan Invitational – 1/17/16)
Dick Ritger (AMF Magicscore Open – 2/3/79)
Wayne Webb (Bud Light Championship – 4/12/97)

19 Titles
Chris Barnes (Lubbock Sports Open – 6/10/18)

18 Titles
Nelson Burton Jr. (Angle Open – 2/11/84)
Dave Davis (Fresno Open – 7/3/78)
Billy Hardwick (Monro-Matic Open – 4/10/76)
Dave Soutar (Syracuse Open – 11/9/82)

17 Titles
Sean Rash (Chesapeake Open – 8/22/21)
Carmen Salvino (Miller High Life Classic – 1/6/79)

16 Titles
Jason Couch (Mark Roth Plastic Ball Championship – 3/6/11)

15 Titles
Steve Cook (Cleveland Open – 3/21/92)

14 Titles
Mike Durbin (Quaker State Open – 1/26/85)
Dave Husted (National/Senior Doubles – 1/15/00)
Mika Koivuniemi (Viper Open –  11/1/14)
Bill O'Neill (PBA Players Championship – 1/15/24)
Johnny Petraglia (PBA National Championship – 3/29/80)
Anthony Simonsen (Pete Weber Missouri Classic – 2/18/24)
Jim Stefanich (Denver Open – 1/24/76)

13 Titles
Bill Allen (Newark Open – 9/22/68)
Patrick Allen (Dydo Japan Cup – 4/25/09)
Del Ballard Jr. (U.S. Open – 4/10/93)
Randy Pedersen (Pepsi Open – 11/24/02)
Wayne Zahn (Showboat Invitational – 1/17/76)

12 Titles
Larry Laub (Kessler Open – 10/16/79)
Harry Smith (Denver Open – 7/18/65)
*Jesper Svensson (David Small's Best of the Best Championship – 2/9/22)
Kyle Troup (Just Bare Indiana Classic – 2/24/24)
Danny Wiseman (Exempt Doubles Classic – 2/3/08)

11 Titles
Joe Berardi (Budweiser Challenge – 10/28/89)
Jim Godman (Quad Cities Open – 8/5/80)
John Guenther (Ford Open – 1/3/76)
David Ozio (AMF Dick Weber Classic – 11/1/95)

10 Titles
Barry Asher (Tucson HBO Open – 7/20/76)
Tom Baker (PBA World Championship – 3/21/04)
Dom Barrett (Colorado Springs Open – 3/24/22)
Bryan Goebel (Medford Open – 1/12/03)
Steve Hoskins (Lone Star Open – 11/21/00)
Tommy Hudson (Seattle Open – 6/5/82)
Doug Kent (Denny's PBA World Championship – 3/25/07)
Wes Malott (Roth/Holman Doubles Championship – 2/15/15)
Mike McGrath (Winston-Salem Invitational – 12/14/73)
George Pappas (Buffalo Open – 8/14/84)

9 Titles
Paul Colwell (Doubles Classic – 7/11/76)
Dave Ferraro (Great Lakes Classic – 11/2/94)

8 Titles
Jakob Butturff (Scorpion Championship – 4/18/23)
Ryan Ciminelli (Gene Carter's Pro Shop Open – 8/18/19)
Gary Dickinson (U.S. Open – 4/2/83)
John Mazza (Ebonite Challenge – 10/29/97)
Don McCune (Japan Gold Cup – 9/23/73)
Mike Scroggins (Etonic Don Johnson Eliminator – 3/7/10)
Guppy Troup (Austin Open – 7/24/85)

7 Titles
Dick Allen (Cheetah Championship – 3/19/19)
Roy Buckley (Buffalo Open – 7/28/81)
Don Carter (Rochester Open – 11/4/62)
Steve Jaros (Dexter Tournament of Champions – 4/10/05)
*Marshall Kent (Illinois Classic – 2/10/24)
Steve Martin (Greater Los Angeles Open – 1/12/85)
Hugh Miller (Dream Bowl 2002 – 9/2/02)
Ernie Schlegel (ABC Masters – 5/4/96)
Robert Smith (CLR Windy City Classic – 11/25/07)
Bob Strampe (Waukegan Open – 8/18/68)
Mark Williams (Merit Mixed Doubles Championship – 12/15/96)

6 Titles
Dave D’Entremont (Wichita Open – 10/13/02)
Skee Foremsky (Columbia 300 Open – 11/4/74)
Don Genalo (Molson Golden Bowling Challenge – 7/30/86)
Don Glover (Portland Open – 6/14/70)
Billy Golembiewski (Mobile Sertoma Open – 2/6/65)
Mike Limongello (PBA National Championship – 10/16/71)
Andy Marzich (San Diego Open – 10/4/64)
Rhino Page (U.S. Open – 11/1/17)
Ron Palombi Jr. (Bud Light PBA National Championship – 2/27/93)
Les Schissler (Portland Open – 6/18/67)
Gary Skidmore (Showboat Invitational – 1/25/86)
Butch Soper (PBA National Championship – 6/8/96)
Jess Stayrook (Kingpin Classic – 6/22/96)
Jim St. John (Buckeye Open – 2/18/67)
Ricky Ward (Medford Open – 1/13/02)
Chris Warren (Florida Open – 2/29/92)

5 Titles
Glenn Allison (Oxnard Open – 9/27/64)
Mike Berlin (Columbia Doubles Classic – 6/4/78)
Roger Bowker (Columbia 300 Open – 2/7/98)
George Branham III (Cleveland Open – 10/9/96)
Pete Couture (Kessler Open – 6/18/83)
Tim Criss (PBA National Championship – 2/27/99)
Tom Crites (Kessler Classic – 7/5/89)
Mike Fagan (PBA World Championship – 1/11/15)
Eric Forkel (Brunswick Long Island Open – 5/1/99)
Butch Gearhart (Brut Open – 11/13/73)
Bob Handley (Columbia 300 Open – 8/2/90)
Michael Haugen Jr. (Xtra Frame Gene Carter's Pro Shop Classic – 8/21/16)
Don Helling (Monroe Max-Air Open – 3/22/75)
George Howard (Camden Open – 11/25/67)
Earl Johnson (Madison Open – 3/13/65)
Francois Lavoie (KIA Tournament of Champions – 2/28/21)
Bob Learn Jr. (Japan Cup 2001 – 9/9/01)
Marc McDowell (Rochester Open – 10/28/92)
Tom Milton (Miller Lite Classic – 2/13/88)
Osku Palermaa (Bowling World Open – 7/12/15)
Kris Prather (PBA World Championship – 3/13/22)
Ed Ressler Jr. (Houston Open – 8/4/79)
Ryan Shafer (Xtra Frame Gene Carter's Pro Shop Classic – 8/23/15)
Harry Sullins (Tums Classic – 3/26/94)
Billy Welu (ABC Masters – 5/26/65)
Mike Wolfe (Cheetah Championship – 12/10/16)

4 Titles
Mal Acosta (Lite Beer Open – 3/22/86)
Mark Baker (Oregon Open – 5/26/90)
Bob Benoit (El Paso Open – 7/17/93)
Tom Daugherty (Scorpion Championship – 3/17/21)
Scott Devers (El Paso Open – 7/21/90)
John Gant (Brunswick World Tournament of Champions – 1/25/97)
Brian Himmler (Earl Anthony Medford Classic – 1/8/06)
Dennis Horan Jr. (Bayer/Brunswick Touring Players Championship – 2/27/00)
Joe Hutchinson (PBA Regional Champions Classic – 10/13/81)
Mats Karlsson (Brunswick Memorial World Open – 11/19/88)
Steve Neff (Houston Open – 7/31/78)
Jim Pencak (Showboat Atlantic City Open – 4/14/90)
Marty Piraino (Columbia 300 Open – 8/20/73)
Gene Rhoda (St. Paul Open – 3/12/66)
Ronnie Russell (Fall Classic Team Challenge – 11/1/16)
David Traber (Peoria Open – 2/14/98)
Art Trask (Fair Lanes Open – 4/16/83)
Bill Tucker (Lions Club Open – 9/17/67)
Tony Westlake (La Mode Classic – 8/8/91)
Ron Williams (Cleveland Open – 2/20/93)
Steve Wilson (Flagship Open – 2/24/02)

3 Titles
Andrew Anderson (Roth/Holman Doubles Championship – 3/14/21)
Dave Arnold (Miller High Life Open – 10/9/01)
Jack Biondolillo (Japan Gold Cup Invitational – 10/3/71)
Josh Blanchard (Xtra Frame Reality Check Open – 3/19/17)
Ray Bluth (Buckeye Open – 3/15/69)
Ed Bourdase (Seattle Open – 6/18/74)
Allie Clarke (San Jose Open – 1/6/73)
Dale Eagle (Ebonite Firebolt Open – 6/25/86)
Palmer Fallgren (King Louie Open – 3/19/88)
Steve Fehr (ABC Masters – 5/7/94)
Andres Gomez (Xtra Frame Pensacola South Open – 6/21/15)
Ted Hannahs (True Value Open – 2/23/85)
Tim Harahan (Rochester Open – 9/2/68)
Patrick Healey Jr. (Dexter Tournament of Champions – 12/14/03)
Tom Hennessey (Canadian Open – 6/2/62)
Justin Hromek (Hilton Hotels Classic – 1/21/95)
Bobby Jacks (Waukegan Open – 8/21/66)
Dennis Jacques (Southern California Open – 7/10/85)
Thomas Larsen (USBC Masters – 4/4/21)
Robert Lawrence (U.S. Open – 4/11/92)
Randy Lightfoot (Denver Open – 8/10/82)
Eugene McCune (Xtra Frame Cheetah Open – 1/22/12)
Mike Miller (Don Carter Classic – 1/30/99)
Louie Moore (Syracuse Open – 11/8/76)
Scott Norton (Earl Anthony Players Championship – 1/27/13)
Jimmie Pritts Jr. (King Louie Open – 3/14/87)
Joe Salvemini (Columbia 300 Open – 7/26/89)
Curt Schmidt (Fair Lanes Open – 2/14/76)
Teata Semiz (Burger King Open – 4/3/77)
Tom Smallwood (PBA Players Championship – 2/25/18)
Bill Spigner (City of Roses Open – 5/30/81)
Rick Steelsmith (PBA National Championship – 3/29/97)
Jason Sterner (FloBowling Illinois Open – 8/31/19)
Matt Surina (Tucson Open – 6/19/81)
Charlie Tapp (Toyota Classic – 11/11/89)
Pete Tountas (ABC Masters – 4/24/68)
Tommy Tuttle (Grand Rapids Open – 8/16/71)
Steve Westberg (Amarillo Open – 7/24/78)
Steve Wunderlich (Showboat Doubles Classic – 6/2/90)

2 Titles
Brad Angelo (Viper Championship – 11/10/12)
DJ Archer (PBA/PBA50 South Shore Doubles – 8/8/15)
Sam Baca (Ebonite Open – 3/4/67)
Bill Beach (ABC Masters – 4/19/72)
Jeff Bellinger (Lite Beer Championship – 4/2/88)
Bob Chamberlain (Hammer Open – 7/31/85)
Dennis Chapis (Eastern Open – 12/6/65)
Bill Coleman (Columbia 300 Open – 9/2/80)
Sam Cooley (Springfield Classic – 2/11/23)
Darylee Cox (Portland Open – 9/22/63)
Tommy Delutz Jr. (Long Island Open – 11/18/01)
Mike DeVaney (Scorpion Championship – 9/6/09)
Vern Downing (Alton Open – 7/21/63)
Frank Ellenburg (Syracuse Open – 11/10/81)
Ralph Engan (Cougar Open – 2/22/69)
Mark Fahy (ABC Masters – 5/10/86)
Buzz Fazio (Northern California Open – 12/14/64)
Sam Flanagan (Fresno Open – 7/7/79)
Henry Gonzalez (Southern California Open – 7/14/79)
Packy Hanrahan (Roth/Holman Doubles Championship – 5/11/23)
Carsten Hansen (Scorpion Championship – 10/5/20)
Bud Horn (Mercury Open – 11/16/70)
Jason Hurd (Pepsi Open – 11/28/04)
Fred Jaskie (Brunswick Regional Champions Classic – 10/9/79)
Steve Jones (Quad Cities Open – 9/4/78)
Joe Joseph (Tournament of Champions – 5/20/62)
Jack Jurek (Shark Championship – 9/6/09)
Gus Lampo (Mercury Cougar Open – 2/5/72)
Rick Lawrence (BowlersParadise.com Open – 11/21/04)
Fred Lening (Parkersburg Open – 2/12/65)
Chris Loschetter (Fall Classic Team Challenge – 11/1/16)
Alvin Lou (Miller High Life Open – 4/5/80)
Sam Maccarone (Molson Golden Bowling Challenge – 8/10/88)
Mike Machuga (Chameleon Championship – 11/16/08)
Shawn Maldonado (Lubbock Sports Open – 7/25/21)
Pete McCordic (Miller Lite Challenge – 7/6/88)
Johnny Meyer (Boston Open – 8/15/65)
Rowdy Morrow (Senior/Touring Pro Doubles Championship – 8/23/90)
Paul Moser (Syracuse Open – 11/7/77)
Warren Nelson (ARC Alameda Open – 1/5/80)
Matt Ogle (Shark Championship – 4/19/23)
Jay Robinson (Great Adventure Open – 8/24/76)
Rick Sajek (Miller High Life Open – 3/24/84)
Al Savas (Southern California Open – 7/8/62)
Kyle Sherman (Cheetah Championship – 3/14/22)
J.B. Solomon (New Orleans Coca-Cola Open – 3/16/63)
Bill Straub (Rolaids Open – 2/13/82)
Bob Vespi (ABC West Lanes Open – 8/20/92)
Kent Wagner (Austin Open – 7/15/87)
Lonnie Waliczek (Odor-Eaters Open – 3/2/03)
Del Warren (Showboat Doubles Classic – 6/10/87)
Stuart Williams (FloBowling Tulsa Open –10/20/18)
Billy Young Jr. (Tums Classic – 4/20/91)
Les Zikes (Waukegan Open – 8/30/83)
Sam Zurich (Buffalo Open – 8/16/83)    

1 Title
Rich Abboud (Senior/Touring Pro Doubles Championship – 5/15/93)
Eric Adolphson (Seattle Open – 5/30/92)
Dick Agee (Las Vegas Open – 4/28/62)
*Ahmed Al-Awadhi (Kingdom of Bahrain International Bowling Championship – 3/9/16)
*Shaker Al-Hassan (Kingdom of Bahrain International Bowling Championship – 3/7/14)
Scott Alexander (Chevrolet PBA National Championship – 2/25/95)
Bryan Alpert (Kessler Open – 6/22/88)
Annop Arramsaranon (Busan Cup – 5/26/18)
Cristian Azcona (Xtra Frame Wilmington Open – 5/20/18)
Dick Battista (Grand Rapids Open – 8/17/70)
Mitch Beasley (Chameleon Championship – 12/10/16)
Dave Beckmann (Seattle Open – 7/1/80)
Ron Bell (Fair Lanes Open – 4/8/89)
Don Bickford (Oak Hills Open – 3/31/62)
Alan Bishop (Quaker State Open – 2/1/92)
Glenn Blakesley (Akron Coca-Cola Open – 2/17/62)
J.B. Blaylock (El Paso Open – 7/19/71)
Brian Boghosian (ABC Masters – 5/8/99)
Sal Bongiorno (Portland Open – 6/18/75)
Terry Booth (Tucson Open – 7/16/69)
Leroy Bornhop (Budweiser Classic – 11/28/87)
Bo Bowden (True Value Open – 3/28/81)
Darryl Bower (True Value Open – 11/16/85)
Bill Bunetta (Fairless Hills Open – 5/19/60)
Neil Burton (ABC Masters – 5/25/80)
Lou Campi (Empire State Open – 5/24/59)
Tony Cariello (Kessler Open – 6/26/85)
Jeff Carter (GEICO Plastic Ball Championship – 2/22/09)
Jimmy Certain (Columbia Doubles Classic – 6/4/78)
Wayne Chester (Salt Lake Open – 7/10/78)
Jim Chestney (ABC Masters – 4/23/69)
Bob Collatos (Las Vegas Open – 10/15/65)
Chris Collins (Pepsi Championship – 3/5/06)
Fred Conner (Waukegan Open – 8/27/78)
Toby Contreras (AC-DELCO Classic – 1/22/83)
Bobby Cooper (BPAA All-Star – 5/29/70)
Brian Davis (Greater Harrisburg Open – 8/19/93)
John Denton (Toledo Open – 4/16/77)
Joe Dignam (Huntsville Open – 7/27/69)
Dick Downey (Labor Day Classic – 9/3/62)
Mike Edwards (IOF Foresters Bowling For Miracles Open – 4/16/94)
Ray Edwards (El Paso Open – 7/6/91)
Graham Fach (Barbasol PBA Players Championship – 2/21/16)
Gary Faulkner Jr. (Rolltech PBA World Championship – 12/17/15)
Steve Fields (Seattle Open – 6/12/93)
Joe Firpo (Showboat Doubles Classic – 6/10/87)
Duane Fisher (Budweiser Touring Players Championship – 12/1/90)
John Forst (Columbia Senior/Touring Pro Doubles Championship – 10/20/84)
Dave Frame (Buffalo Open – 8/10/76)
Jim Frazier (New England Open – 8/17/76)
Kevin Gillette (Canadian Open – 8/26/80)
Yong-Jin Gu (Scorpion Championship – 11/6/10)
Peter Hakim (Long Island Open – 4/12/86)
Jerry Hale (Southern California Open – 12/21/64)
Bruce Hamilton (True Value Open – 2/15/92)
John Handegard (Northwest Classic – 7/11/95)
Tom Harnisch (Bertrand Open – 8/29/65)
Chris Hayden (VIA Bowling Open – 2/16/03)
Roger Helle (Tennessee Open – 3/29/63)
Tom Hess (USBC Masters – 2/13/11)
Bob Hood (Home Box Office Open – 7/16/74)
Dick Hoover (Colt Open – 2/10/62)
Mitch Hupé (Roth/Holman Doubles Championship – 5/11/23)
Mike Jasnau (ARC Alameda Open – 1/2/88)
A.J. Johnson (Storm Lucky Larsen Masters – 9/10/23)
Bill Johnson (All-American Classic – 2/23/63)
Jim Johnson Jr. (Oregon Open – 2/28/97)
Jimmy Johnson (Brunswick Memorial World Open – 4/18/90)
Ken Johnson (ABC Masters – 5/2/92)
Liz Johnson (Chameleon Championship – 11/18/17)
John Juni (Tucson Open – 1/7/67)
Yuya Katoh (Round1 Japan Cup – 11/30/13)
Jimmy Keeth (Tums Classic – 4/18/92)
Johnny King (Hialeah Open – 12/23/63)
Bobby Knipple (King Louie Open – 2/3/73)
Brian Kretzer (GO RVing Match Play Championship – 3/21/10)
Kelly Kulick (Tournament of Champions – 1/24/10)
Anthony LaCaze (Earl Anthony Memorial Classic – 1/17/10)
Charlie Lacy (True Value Open – 11/3/84)
Dennis Lane (Portland Open – 6/7/77)
Yannaphon Larpapharat (PBA/WBT Thailand – 10/6/17)
Mike Lastowski (USBC Masters – 5/14/83)
Larry Lichstein (Ebonite Open – 2/6/71)
Bill Lillard (Miller High Life Open – 3/5/66)
Jeff Lizzi (Brunswick Memorial World Open – 11/11/92)
*Francois Louw (Kingdom International Open – 12/7/15)
Roy Lown (National Invitational – 5/13/61)
Ed Lubanski (Chicago Open – 8/12/62)
Gary Madison (Bellows-Valvair Open – 6/7/71)
Gary Mage (Seattle Open – 6/5/72)
Gary Martineau (Nashville Kiwanis Open – 9/19/65)
Jeff Mattingly (Tucson Open – 7/17/78)
Jerry McCoy (Seattle Coca-Cola Open – 6/21/64)
Kevin McCune (PBA Players Championship – 5/14/23) 
Cliff McNealy (Cleveland Open – 2/24/79)
Bobby Meadows (Fair Lanes Open – 2/26/72)
Norm Meyers (Seattle Coca-Cola Open – 9/29/63)
James Miller (Showboat Invitational – 1/16/82)
Mike Mineman (Bayer Classic – 2/25/07)
Paul Moor (Balmaster Open – 1/11/15)
B.J. Moore (Wilmington Open – 8/14/19)
C.K. Moore (Columbia 300 Open – 2/2/96)
Jeff Morin (Seattle Open – 6/6/81)
Mark Mosayebi (AC/DELCO Challenge – 10/6/99)
Jim Murtishaw (Bowlers Journal Florida Open – 2/21/87)
Doug Myers (ABC Masters – 5/23/79)
Andy Neuer (Bud Light Hall of Fame Championship – 2/19/94)
Scott Newell (Ricart Ford Open – 2/19/12)
John Nolen (USBC Masters – 2/15/09)
Jon O’Drobinak (Quaker State Open – 2/1/86)
Matt O'Grady (Tournament of Champions – 2/18/18)
Morrie Oppenheim (Southern California Open – 9/1/60)
Ray Orf (All-American Classic – 7/22/62)
Kyung Shin Park (Round1 Japan Cup – 11/15/14)
Anthony Pepe (Cheetah Championship – 11/1/14)
Jake Peters (Lucas Oil Badger Open – 6/1/13)
Connor Pickford (Roth/Holman Doubles Championship –  12/19/15)
Kurt Pilon (Peoria Open – 9/25/01)
Jason Queen (ABC Masters – 5/3/97)
Lewis Ray (Baltimore Open – 6/8/63)
Tony Reyes (Motor City Classic – 11/5/06)
Philip Ringener (Bud Light Championship – 4/20/96)
Andy Rogoznica (Birmingham Open – 3/10/62)
Matt Russo (Jonesboro Open – 8/8/21)
Takeo Sakai (Japan Cup – 10/10/88)
Matt Sanders (Billy Hardwick Memorial Open – 6/25/17)
Lou Scalia (ABC Masters – 5/3/67)
Alex Seymore (STP Classic – 3/2/74)
Mike Shady (Earl Anthony Open – 5/23/92)
Kyle Shedd (Ford Open – 2/23/80)
Emmett Shutes (Showboat Invitational – 1/13/79)
Gil Sliker (Showboat Doubles Classic – 7/28/83)
Bryon Smith (ABC Masters – 1/19/03)
Robert Spaulding (Quaker State 250 – 2/4/95)
Darren Tang (Bowlerstore.com Classic – 8/15/21)
Ken Taniguchi (Japan Cup – 10/6/85)
Richie Teece (Shark Championship – 11/18/17)
Jon Van Hees (Scorpion Championship – 12/19/15)
Chris Via (U.S. Open – 4/11/21)
Skip Vigars (Cleveland Coca-Cola Open – 2/24/62)
Tom Warren (Showboat Best-Ball Doubles – 7/25/76)
Cameron Weier (Qatar Open – 12/2/15)
John Wilcox (Syracuse Open – 11/10/75)
Keven Williams (Shark Championship – 3/16/22) 
Dave Wodka (Greater Detroit Open – 10/27/99)
Brett Wolfe (ABC Masters – 1/20/02)
Tom Wright (Buffalo Open – 8/15/77)
*Cho Young-Seon (World Bowling Tour Thailand – 10/1/12)
*Kim Jun Yung (It's Daejeon International Open Bowling Tournament – 7/13/13)
Brian Ziesig (GEICO Mark Roth Plastic Ball Championship – 3/28/10)


*WORLD BOWLING TOUR
The World Bowling Tour started in 2011, but the deal between PBA and World Bowling (now the IBF) that made them PBA Tour title events didn’t begin until March 2012. As with other PBA Tour title events, PBA designated them only as PBA Tour titles for PBA members, and for female PBA members designated them only as PBA Tour titles if the women were PBA members and didn’t take the 8 pins per game handicap that World Bowling allowed women to take (all of the female winners took the handicap).

PRE-MARCH 2012
(non-PBA Tour title events)
Name (tournament )

Chris Barnes (WTBA International Open – 2/5/12)
Jason Belmonte (PTT Thailand Tournament – 9/30/11)
Wu Siu Hong (AMF Australian Masters – 10/22/11)
Tommy Jones (International Bowling Championship 2012 – 2/11/12)
Mika Koivuniemi (Brunswick Ballmaster Open – 1/9/11)
Chris Loschetter (Kuwait Open – 3/22/11)
Bill O'Neill (Brunswick Ballmaster Open – 1/15/12)
Jeong Seung-Joo (Daejeon International Bowling Tournament – 8/26/11)

POST-MARCH 2012 NON-PBA MEMBER WINS
(would count as a PBA Tour title if they were PBA members – added to PBA Tour titles list with an asterisk)
Name (tournament)

Ahmed Al-Awadhi (Kingdom of Bahrain International Bowling Championship – 3/9/16)
Shaker Al-Hassan (Kingdom of Bahrain International Bowling Championship – 3/7/14)
Marshall Kent (Brunswick Euro Challenge – 3/23/14)
Francois Louw (Kingdom International Open – 12/7/15)
Jesper Svensson (Brunswick Ballmaster Open – 1/13/13)
Cho Young-Seon (World Bowling Tour Thailand – 10/1/12)
Kim Jun Yung (It's Daejeon International Open Bowling Tournament – 7/13/13)

FEMALE WINS
(all took 8 pins handicap per game, making them ineligible for a PBA Tour title)
Name (last tournament won)

2 titles
Danielle McEwan (WBT Thailand – 9/28/18)

1 Title
Clara Guerrero (Brunswick Euro Challenge – 3/13/11)
Song Si Ra (It's Daejeon International Open Bowling Tournament – 11/22/14)
Tannya Roumimper (H.H. Emir Cup – 2/27/15)
Jenny Wegner (Brunswick Euro Challenge – 3/18/18)
Diana Zavjalova (Qatar Bowling Open – 12/16/16)