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What is a League Bowling?
League Bowling is a great way to get the most out of ten-pin bowling and like any other team sport it is played on a set day and time every week, following a set of established rules, with each team playing every other team at least twice throughout the league season.
Whether you're an office team or a group of friends, League Bowling is a brilliant way to chill out and meet new friends.
Who can Bowl on a League?
You may think that you have to be a good ten-pin bowler to join a league, but in fact, there a leagues to suit all ages and all abilities.
Each league is different and can range from the social and fun to the very competitive, with large prize funds. Our league teams are made up of people from all ablilities, so you'll have no problem finding a league to suit you. Youth (from tiny bumper bowlers to teenagers), adults, seniors and special need leagues are also available.
How does League Bowling work?
There are four bowlers in a typical league team, although there are leagues which have just two or three players per team.
Generally, the format is 3 games which take roughly two hours to play, although this can vary for different leagues.
League bowling has adopted a system of handicapping, just like golf. This is designed to make league bowling more competitive between teams and individuals of varying skill levels.
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