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2-handed bowler wins record 3rd straight USBC Masters



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GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Australia's Jason Belmonte won his record third straight United States Bowling Congress Masters title Sunday, beating McKendree University senior AJ Johnson 202-157.

Using a unique two-handed delivery, Belmonte has 11 PBA Tour titles and four major victories. He earned $50,000 on Sunday at The Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley.

Belmonte beat Hall of Famer Pete Weber 232-210 in the semifinal. Weber opened the stepladder final with 237-223 victory over Sweden's Martin Larsen and topped Mike DeVaney 211-204 to reach the semifinal.

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