Five-Pin bowling originated in Canada, where it is played in centres across the country. It is played with a small ball, the 5 pins have rubber rings around their middles, there are 3 balls per frame and a perfect game score is 450. Please read through the sites for more information. Five-Pin Bowling Sports.
- Wikipedia: Five-pin bowling is a bowling variant which is played in Canada, where many bowling alleys offer it, either alone or in combination with ten-pin bowling. It was devised around 1909 by Thomas F. Ryan in Toronto, Ontario, at his Toronto Bowling Club, in response to customers who complained that the ten-pin game was too strenuous. He cut five tenpins down to about 75% of their size, and used hand-sized hard rubber balls, thus inventing the original version of five-pin bowling.
- Bowling - Bowling is a sport or leisure activity in which a player rolls or throws a bowling ball towards a target. It is one of the major forms of throwing sports. In pin bowling variations, the target is usually to knock over pins at the end of a lane.
- Thomas F. Ryan - Thomas F. "Tommy" Ryan was a Canadian sportsman and entrepreneur who created five-pin bowling.
- Youth Bowling Canada - YBC or Youth Bowling Canada, is a non-profit sports organization with the mandate to promote organized 5 pin and 10 pin bowling to youth aged 3 to 21 in a cross-Canada league.
- Sports originating in Canada
- Precision sports
- History of Toronto
- A HickokSports.com www
A brief history of the sport of 5-pin bowling, HickokSports.com, including the evolution of the scoring system. HickokSports.com.
- A Valley Bowling Lanes and The Corner Pin Inn Restaurant www
A bowling centre in Kelowna, Bowling Lanes and The Corner Pin Inn Restaurant, BC, with licensed restaurant on site. Features information about its party packages, leagues and special events. Valley Bowling Lanes and The Corner Pin Inn Restaurant.
- A Riverside Lanes www
A 5-pin bowling centre in New Hamburg, Lanes, ON with 6 lanes. Riverside Lanes.
- A Stellar Lanes www
A 5-pin centre in Newmarket, Lanes, ON, with 24 lanes. Stellar Lanes.
- Bowling Echo Bowl www
Bowling establishment in Brantford, Bowl, Ontario, with information about its operations, prices, and leagues. Echo Bowl.
- A Callingwood Lanes www
A bowling centre in Edmonton, Lanes, offering birthday party packages and lists information about its leagues and statistics. Callingwood Lanes.
- Bowling Fairhaven Bowl www
Bowling centre in Saskatoon. Bowl. Calendar of events, tournaments and YBC league results, with youth, seniors, league and open bowling information. Fairhaven Bowl.
- A Minto Bowling Centre and Lounge www
A 20 lanes centre in Prince Albert, Bowling Centre and Lounge, Saskatchewan. Lists times for public bowling and league information. Minto Bowling Centre and Lounge.
- A Neb's Fun World www
A 5-pin bowling centre in Oshawa, Fun World, Ontario with an Adventure Zone including laser tag, bumper cars, and other games. Neb's Fun World.
- Information 5 Pin Stuff www
Information and results from 5-pin bowling leagues and tournaments in Southern Ontario. 5 Pin Stuff.
- Edmonton, Bonnie Doone Bowling Lanes www
Edmonton, Doone Bowling Lanes, Alberta. 48 lanes with a pro shop. Includes public, league, tournament, and youth bowling information. Bonnie Doone Bowling Lanes.
- An Borderline Bowl-o-rama www
An article written about 5 pin bowling, Bowl-o-rama, from an American's perspective. Borderline Bowl-o-rama.
- 5-pin Walkley Bowling Centre www
5-pin bowling establishment in Ottawa. Bowling Centre. Lists rates, special events and league information. Walkley Bowling Centre.
- Chain Bowlerama www
Chain of bowling centres, Bowlerama, located in Southern Ontario. Offers five and tenpin bowling. Bowlerama.
- Family Laurentian Lanes www
Family Bowling Centers around Ontario and Quebec. Laurentian Lanes.
- Provides Master Bowlers' Association of Ontario www
Provides top-flight competition for the province's best 5 pin bowlers, Bowlers' Association of Ontario, works towards improving the image of 5 pin bowling by exemplary conduct, and works for the future of the 5 pin game in various ways including instruction and coaching of all bowlers with emphasis on the Youth Bowling Council (YBC). Master Bowlers' Association of Ontario.
- The Canadian 5 Pin Bowlers' Association www
The national governing body of 5-pin bowling. Pin Bowlers' Association. Includes a history of the sport, its rules, events and tournaments. Canadian 5 Pin Bowlers' Association.
- Discussions Bowling Forum www
Discussions about the sport and recent events. Bowling Forum.
- A Briggs Consulting www
A firm specializing in sport science for the bowler, Consulting, as well as professional training and instruction. Briggs Consulting.
- Alexa: Five-Pin Bowling
Alexa Directory Top Sites: Five-Pin Bowling
- DMOZ: Five-Pin Bowling
dmoz.org Directory: Five-Pin Bowling