Having your own pair of bowling shoes can be just as important as having your own ball. Bowling centers provide shoes available for rent, but at an average of $5 per visit, renting can quickly add up to become uneconomical.
Building an arsenal is an important step towards becoming a more prepared bowler. Whether it’s a 2 ball, 3 ball, or 6 ball arsenal, the foundation is the same: A versatile array of weapons that suit your individual bowling style and the lane patterns you most commonly face.
Just because picking out your first ball is a big decision, doesn’t mean it has to be a tough one. There’s a lot of factors at play and you want to make sure you’re getting your money’s worth. In this article, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about purchasing your first ball.
Choosing a bowling bag can be intimidating. There are a variety of options and brands, all of which are different in small and large ways. There are different materials, accessories and features one should consider, along with the price.
In this list we break down the 6 bowling accessories that we believe are essential for any league bowler to carry in their bag.
Avoiding the bowling center for the last couple of months has undoubtedly given many bowlers the itch to buy a new piece for their arsenal. Who doesn’t like adding new equipment to their bag?
Here are some of the latest releases that could fill a hole in your bag when it’s time to return to bowling.
Sooner or later, the nationwide shutdown to slow the COVID-19 pandemic will recede and life will begin to get back to normal. When that does, bowling centers will reopen, and bowlers will be beating down the doors to miss a 10 pin or shoot 220 with no spares.