This section contains sites related to 10-pin bowling, which is a popular form of indoor bowling. Tenpin bowling is an activity that is popular for both fun and for sport. A game last for ten frames, with up to two balls in each frame. When all frames have been played, the player with the highest score is the winner. Ten-Pin Bowling Sports.
- Wikipedia: Ten-pin bowling is a sport in which a player rolls a bowling ball down a wood-structure or synthetic lane and towards ten pins positioned at the end of the lane. The objective is to score the highest pinfall by knocking down as many pins as possible. Three finger holes are drilled into a traditional bowling ball, and weights vary considerably to make the sport playable for all ages. Generally, the heavier the ball, the more pins that will topple on two equivalent shots. The pins are arranged in a triangular position by an automated machine. While professional ten-pin bowling tournaments are held in numerous countries, the sport is commonly played as a hobby by millions of people around the world.
- Open bowling - While league bowling and tournaments are very important in the bowling world, there is also another side to the game which goes out of the rules. Fun games or open bowling give players a break from normal bowling, and can often be played competitively.
- Glossary of bowling - This is a Glossary of bowling terms, jargon and slang.
- World Bowling , the international governing body for bowling worldwide.
- Lofting (bowling) - Lofting in bowling is throwing a bowling ball more than a short distance down the lane. This is usually done with the bounce pass technique, but can also be done with a straight ball.
- Hook (bowling) - A hook in ten-pin bowling is a ball that rolls in a curving pattern. The purpose of the hook is to give the ball a better angle at the 1-3 pocket or 1-2 pocket When a ball is rolled straight, hitting the pocket must be precise.
- Bowling league - A bowling league is a group event where several teams bowl against each other over the course of a season. Most bowling leagues consist of four team players that meet up once a week or once every other week, usually at the same day and time. Teams of three or five players are also common.
- Sports originating in the United States
- Robin's Web - Duckpin Bowling www
History of the sport, Web - Duckpin Bowling, explanation of scoring, and related links.
- Information The Australasian Bowling Proprietors Association Ltd www
Information for proprietors of Tenpin Bowling Centres in Australia and New Zealand The Australasian Bowling Proprietors Association Ltd.
- Fully-illustrated How Bowling Pinsetters Work www
Fully-illustrated tutorial shows how bowling pinsetters are able to pick up standing pins, Bowling Pinsetters Work, clear the lane of any knocked-over pins and accurately reset the pins after every ball. How Bowling Pinsetters Work.
- A MyBowler.com www
A community portal for the bowlers by the bowlers. MyBowler.com. View upcoming tournaments and tournament results, bowling balls and equipment reviews. MyBowler.com.
- General TenpinBowling.org www
General information and tutorials about bowling, TenpinBowling.org, plus clips and related links. TenpinBowling.org.
- Scientific Bowling Science www
Scientific principles applied to the sport of tenpin bowling. Bowling Science.
- Bowling BallReviews.com www
Bowling ball reviews contributed by site members. BallReviews.com.
- Dedicated Re-Organize Bowling! www
Dedicated to cleaning-up and re-organizing the USBC and the PBA. Re-Organize Bowling!.
- Features Bowling Ball Info www
Features technical information about bowling balls including new ball lists, Ball Info, style analyzer, comparisons and reviews, and recommended lane conditions. Bowling Ball Info.
- Site Pitts, Adam www
Site for the British league bowler of the "Rush 20-49" team. Adam. Also includes information on Ryan O'Callaghan and Liam Pitts. Pitts, Adam.
- Personal Blackwell, James www
Personal site for the Senior PBA member from Mesa, James, Arizona. Includes personal statistics, tournament stories, and an extensive collection of bowling links. Blackwell, James.
- Specialists Cybernetic Solutions Pty Ltd www
Specialists in tenpin bowling pinsetter and pinspotter machines. Solutions Pty Ltd. Worldwide shipping. Located in Victoria, Australia. Cybernetic Solutions Pty Ltd.
- Ten Petes Pro Shop www
Ten pin bowling equipment and ancillary services. Petes Pro Shop.
- Results Candlepin Pro Tour Results www
Results from the World Candlepin Bowlers Congress (WCBC) pro candlepin bowling events. Pro Tour Results. This page is not affiliated with the WCBC, but provided as a public service. Candlepin Pro Tour Results.
- Large Revs Bowlero www
Large 10-pin bowling centre in Windsor, Bowlero, Ontario, Canada with restaurant and party facilities. Also offers a golf driving range. Revs Bowlero.
- A Revs Rose Bowl Lanes www
A tenpin bowling centre in Windsor, Rose Bowl Lanes, Ontario, Canada with 50 lanes. Revs Rose Bowl Lanes.
- Includes HickokSports www
Includes history of duckpin bowling and various bowling links. HickokSports.
- Official Scottish Tenpin Bowling Association www
Official website of the Scottish Tenpin Bowling Association, Tenpin Bowling Association, for news, tournaments and results. Scottish Tenpin Bowling Association.
- Scottish Scottish Association of Youth Bowling Clubs www
Scottish Association of Youth Bowling Clubs, Association of Youth Bowling Clubs, providing tenpin bowling results and rankings for junior tenpin bowlers in Scotland. Scottish Association of Youth Bowling Clubs.
- Includes International Bowling Museum www
Includes the history of bowling, Bowling Museum, an online museum gift shop, and various links about the sport of bowling. Located in St. Louis, Missouri. International Bowling Museum.
- Proposal YBC Master Bowlers Association www
Proposal for a Youth Bowling Council Master Bowlers Association. Master Bowlers Association. Canada. YBC Master Bowlers Association.
- Alexa: Ten-Pin Bowling
Alexa Directory Top Sites: Ten-Pin Bowling
- DMOZ: Ten-Pin Bowling
dmoz.org Directory: Ten-Pin Bowling