Bo Knows Huge Scores By Averaging Over 262 To Earn His 17th Title
PBA Hall of Famer Nelson “Bo” Burton Jr. set a then-record 1,050 four-game TV total during the televised finals the 1984 An¬gle Open at Dick Weber Lanes in Florissant, Mo. Averaging 262.5, Burton threw games of 278, 279, 257 and 236 to pick up his 17th title.
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