23rd September, Bangkok: 2019 US Amateur Championships winner and two-hander, Wesley Low of Los Angeles, Cal., took over the top spot of the qualifying standings at the 2019 PBA-WBT World Bowling Tour Thailand on Day 2.
Low, who had two attempts of 666 and 610 yesterday, improved with 658 and 642 to go top of the standings with a 9-game aggregate of 1966. The 22-year-old, who bagged two gold, a silver and a bronze medal at the 2016 World Youth Championships, has not won anything except for this year's US Amateur Championships and will be eyeing for a good finish.
2017 SEA Games Trios gold medallist, Surasak Manuwong was the best Thai thus far and is occupying second in the standings with 1963. Another American debutant, Nathan Bohr took up third with 1936 while Anar David Jonsson of Iceland finished fourth with 1932.
Overnight leader, Kim Bolleby of Thailand slipped down to fifth despite improving from 1853 to 1931. Callum Borck of Australia, who shot the tournament's first 300 to take top spot briefly, dropped down to sixth with 1922.