Sean Rash Doubles Down On Perfection With His Second Televised 300
In the 2015 PBA Tournament of Champions, Sean Rash became the first player to bowl two nationally-televised 300 games in PBA Tour competition. It was only the second 300 game ever in the TOC TV finals and the first since Jack Biondollilo bowled the first nationally-televised perfect game in PBA history in 1967. Rash’s first televised 300 came in the PBA Wolf Open in Shawnee, Okla., in 2014.
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