Bowling Tournament Calendar and Bowling Alley Information
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Bowling Alley Ratings
Thu, Jul 27 2017
You can now rate bowling alleys. There are 5 catagories. On each bowling alley’s page is where this can be done.
Here’s what it looks like.
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The Windows version runs on your PC.
TFinder gives you the latest bowling tournament information from all over the US, updated automatically from the BowlingQuest Tournament Calendar, in a compact, dedicated format.
It’s easy to operate. Try it out.
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How not to treat your Bowling Ball
Dealing With Bowlers on Surrounding Lanes:
Yield to the bowler to your right if you’re both up at the same time.
Do not step onto your approach until the other bowlers on adjacent lanes have stepped off theirs.
Make sure you have no bowler on either side of you before you get ready to bowl. (More)
Did You Know?
Ten pin bowling is not the only form of bowling. There is also 9-pin – Not to be confused with No-tap, where one knocks down 9 pins to get a strike. This game actually uses 9 pins arranged in a diamond pattern. The game is much older than ten pin and has a different set of rules. Click on the logo above to find out more about actual 9-Pin Bowling.
There is also
Candlepin and Duckpin bowling. They are played with different balls and pins than 10-pin bowling. Candlepin is most popular in the Canadian Maritime Provinces while Duckpin bowling is played in the Northeastern US and as far south and west as Indianapolis. Note the size and shapes of the pins as well as the small bowling ball.
A Swiss-system tournament is a non-eliminating tournament format which features a predetermined number of rounds of competition. Each competitor (team or individual) does not play every other. Check out these links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiss-system_tournament and http://www.printyourbrackets.com/swiss-style-tournament-brackets.html
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New to Tournament Calendar
Monday February 29, 2016
The BowlingQuest Tournament Calendar has been updated to where you can enter your own tournament listings. It’s easy, fast, and free. Works on most smart phones too. Check it out.
Tournament listings that are in the calendar now appear in the Bowling Alley’s individual page.
We are accepting submissions, photos, and videos, so if you have an something you’d like to share, please feel free to submit.
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Last upd Wed Jul 26, 2017