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A strike, double, turkey, four-bagger, and hambone-a sports enthusiast will know that these are all terms to describe scoring accomplishments in the ever popular sport of bowling. Bowling basically consists of a player rolling a heavy ball down a smooth wooden floor and knocking down as many pins as possible. Points are scored with each pin that is down after each throw of the ball. Bowling is a sport that is enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities. As with any major sport, there are numerous accessories and special types of equipment that can be purchased to enhance a players performance. The ball, ball bag, shoes, shoe covers, and wrist or arm braces are the basic equipment a bowler needs. However, there are many bowling accessories that can be purchased as well. Accessories can include tape, skin patch, a towel, rosin, tape insert tools, grip sac, bevel knife, rasp file, and shoe brushes.
Wilmington Bowling Assoc
200 W Market St, Wilmington, DE 19804(302) 998-7345 Write a review
Delaware City Bowling Lanes
200 W Market St, Wilmington, DE 19804(302) 834-4480 Write a review
Pleasant Hill Bowling Lanes Inc
1001 W Newport Pike, Wilmington, DE 19804(302) 998-8811 Write a review
5100 Pike Creek Blvd, Wilmington, DE 19808(302) 994-7474 Write a review
Wilmington Women's Bowling Association
942 Thornton Rd, Boothwyn, PA 19061(610) 494-4546 Write a review
First State Bowling Center Inc
Governor Printz Blvd, Wilmington, DE 19801(302) 762-3883 Write a review
First State Bowling Center Inc
Lea & Govrnr Printz, Wilmington, DE 19801(302) 764-2695 Write a review
Amf Bowling Centers
3215 Kirkwood Hwy, Wilmington, DE 19808(302) 998-8806 Write a review
3031 New Castle Ave , New Castle, DE 19720(302) 319-4969
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More on Bowling Equipment - Supplies Dealers
Bowling equipment and supplies dealers are numerous. A quick search on the internet can reveal many online bowling stores. Purchases are made online and this is one easy way to acquire gear and supplies. However, there are disadvantages to ordering over the internet. Balls and shoes require special fitting. This is near impossible to do online. Most will want to use the expert advice of a bowling professional and shop at their local bowling equipment and supplies dealer. This is usually a pro shop. Any major bowling house will have a pro shop where equipment and accessories can be purchased. The pro shop owner can offer advice on what kind of ball to buy and how it needs to be drilled. Balls often need to be re-drilled because of changes and growth of the hand, and the pro shop can do this as well. Further, choosing the correct type of bowling shoe is important. The type of shoe determines how the bowler slides on the lane; the bowling professional can advise the bowler as to what kind of shoe is needed. Many shops also offer bowling lessons and arrange bowling camps and clinics for children and adults. Bowling is one of the top five growing sports in the United States. It is also one of the top ten sports in levels of participation. With this national growth, it is no surprise that bowling supply dealers can now be found on the internet, through catalogs and at local pro shops.