Rules of Bowling
Bowling is a leisure activities in which a player rolls or throws a bowling ball towards a target.
1. Playing rules basic
here are 10 frames in each game. In each frame, bowlers attempt to knock down all ten pins in 1 roll (strike) or 2 rolls (spare).
Bowlers roll 2 balls in each frame unless all pins are knocked down on the first roll (strike).
In the last frame, bowlers roll a total of 3 balls only if they score a strike or spare.
Each game is bowled on two lanes. Bowlers rotate back and forth between the lanes for each frame, in order of the names typed on the computer screen
Bowlers may not touch the foul line or anything past it, or they score zero for that roll.
2. The game
Bowling is played with 10 scoring frames. Each frame is one turn, but you get two throws in each frame. The number of pins knocked down with both throws is added to your total score. Please refer to our scoring page to see how scoring works. At the end of the game the player who has the most points wins. We have listed some common bowling terms here to help you understand the rules of the game.
The most common broken rule in bowling is the foul line. Remember, crossing the foul line will not only disqualify your throw, but you could risk injury from a fall.
3. Rules of bowling
Bowling can be a very competitive sport. It is played for leisure as well as competition. The history of bowling dates back thousands of years. Some date the sport as far back as the stone age, however, the rules were not established until the 1900s. The rules & regulations of bowling is established by the United States Bowling Congress (USBC), British Tenpin Bowling Association (BTBA) and the World Tenpin Bowling Association (WTBA). These rules were made to give bowlers a basic understanding of the game and guidelines to follow, but can be sometimes hard to understand.
4. Bowling shoes
Special shoes are required for bowling. Tennis shoes are not authorized on a bowling lane because they will damage the floor. Bowling shoes consist of a specific sole depending on if you are right handed or left handed. One shoe will have a sliding sole and the other a breaking sole. If you are a right handed bowler your left shoe will be a slider sole and your right shoe a breaking sole. It is opposite for left hand bowlers.
5. The bowling ball
A bowling ball can be no more then 27 inches in circumference and must weigh between 10 and 16 pounds. The ball is solid and has two or three fingers holes.
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