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The 11th Frame: Liz Johnson solidifies her case for G.O.A.T with sixth U.S. Women's Open, 10th career major title

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Sunday, August 6, 2017 3:00 pm

Liz Johnson, center, after winning her sixth U.S. Women's Open on Sunday. BPAA President Nancy Schenk is at the far left, USBC President Frank Wilkinson is left of Johnson, CBS Sports Network's Carolyn Dorin-Ballard is right of Johnson, and Plano Super Bowl proprietor Jamie Brooks is at the far right. Photo by Storm Products.
When Liz Johnson won her fifth U.S. Women’s Open and eighth major title 364 days ago in the Chicago suburb of Addison, I wrote in this story that “trying to determine whether Liz Johnson is better than Marion Ladewig is a fruitless endeavor to me.” I wrote that Johnson and Kelly Kulick were legitimate names to be considered in the debate for G.O.A.T. female bowler, with Kulick having something no other female bowler has: a PBA Tour title, though Johnson does have a...

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