Mexico, Missouri Bowler Kevin Duncan Achieves Perfection Once Again

Mexico, Missouri Bowler Kevin Duncan Achieves Perfection Once Again

Kevin Duncan bowled a 300 at the Fulton Bowling Center on Monday, April 22, 2024.

For many people that is a once in a lifetime feat.

Duncan says, “I have been fortunate enough to have around 67 perfect games that I can remember.”

Duncan started bowling in a youth league at age 15 and received his Pro Bowling Association card in 2003.

Other accomplishments include winning regional events in several states.

Winning three Northwest Missouri Seniors Bowling Tour Tournaments, Rick Stewart Classic in Miami.

And a two-time winner of the Mid-Missouri Hustlers tournament that has a 24-game format in one day.

The Rokita Classic in Quincy, Illinois.

Finished in 7th place in doubles at the 1999 USBC Open Championship in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

A 15th place finish in All-Events at the 1995 USBC Open in Reno, Nevada.

A 10th place finish in the 2204 PBA Baby Ruth Classic in Blue Springs, Missouri, including an upset of Walter Ray Williams Jr. in that tournament.

And two PBA 300 games.

Duncan has seven Missouri State titles and in 2018 was nominated into the Missouri State Hall of Fame for superior performance.

Duncan is also a Bronze Certified Coach and is the head coach bowling coach at Central Methodist University.

Duncan says, “After all these years I still love the game of bowling.”

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