- Home Town: Wesley Chapel, Florida
- Birth Date: 2/22/1975
- Throws: Right
- 300 Games: 11
- 800 Series: 857
- Career Regional Titles: 8
- Career National Titles: 1
- Career Earnings: $298,244
- Positive Axis Point: 5 1/2" over - 1/2" up
- Favorite Layout: 5 1/2" from axis - pin up, no hole
I started bowling when I was 2 and have loved bowling ever sense. I bowled my first adult league when I was 13. I shot my first 300 at the age of 15 and won my first adult tournament, for $10,000, the same year. Turned pro in 2001 and started bowling full time in 2004.
I own and operate 2 pro shops in the Tampa Bay Area. When I am not bowling, or on the golf course, I love spending time at home with my wife Cristin and our three beautiful daughters, Camryn and the twins Cayce and Courtney. I also have a son Kody who has just started bowling recently and is getting better everyday.
Resides in Wesley Chapel Fla. with his wife Cristin and 3 daughters Camryn and twins Cayce and Courtney... Also has a son Kody... When not on tour Tom is the Owner and operator of the Hall Of Fame Pro Shop in Lutz Fla... When he does have any free time he enjoys spending it with his kids, playing golf and watching sports.
2015: Finished third in PBA Players Championship losing to Ronnie Russell in semifinal match 216-214...Teamed with Dino Castillo to finish third in Roth/Holman Doubles...
Was member of Bass Pro Shops Silver Lake Atom Splitters team that successfully defended its PBA League Elias Cup title.
Career: Won first PBA Tour title in 2012-13 Bowlers Journal Scorpion Open by defeating Osku Palermaa in the championship match 200-182...Highest previous finish prior to Scorpion Open win was third in Tournament of Champions losing to Mika Koivuniemi 299-100 in semifinal. The 199-pin margin was the largest spread between in a head-to-head match...Won 2013 South Region RPI for seventh regional title.
Career Standard titles: (1) - 2013-13 - Scorpion Open, Las Vegas.
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I am lucky enough to have unlimited time to practice when I am home and at the shops. I work a lot on my timing and am always trying to get better at the line. Balance and footwork are key for my no thumb release .You get out of bowling what you put in.