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The 11th Frame: U.S. Open day 4 match play: Pete Weber, Wes Malott close gap on Jason Belmonte; Kelly Kulick edges by Liz Johnson for women

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Thursday, July 25, 2013 11:00 pm

Jason Belmonte saw his lead cut to 172 pins after the first round of match play at the U.S. Open. Photo by Pro Bowlers Association.
Heading into match play at the 2013 Lipton U.S. Open, the big question was how much Jason Belmonte would lead by. After Thursday’s first of three 8-game rounds of round-robin match play, the question was whether Belmonte would be able to hold his lead, as Pete Weber and Wes Malott significantly closed the gap. Leading by 449 after 30 games of qualifying and semifinals, the Aussie two-hander went just 3-5 in match play Thursday at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl and ended with...

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