Pete Weber Ties His Father Dick On The All-Time Titles List
In the semifinal match of the 2001 PBA Great Lakes Classic in Grand Rapids, Mich., Pete Weber defeated Steve Wilson, 299-242, missing his 300 when he left a 4 pin on his final shot. Weber’s performance was one of the highlights of the PBA’s new ownership group which relaunched the Tour in 2001. Weber went on to defeat Parker Bohn III, 235-201, for the title and tie his legendary father, Dick Weber, and PBA Hall of Famer Don Johnson for sixth on the all-time PBA Tour titles list.
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