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Sure Strike Pro Shop
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Sure Strike Pro Shop

Address: 7231 Ritchie Hwy, Ste A2, Glen Burnie, Maryland, 21061

Phone number: 410-590-7688

With Kegel trained and certified staff you'll recieve expert advice on equipment.

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10th Frame Bowling & Golf

Address: 338 State St, Garner, Iowa, 50438

Phone number: 641-923-9936

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Berlin Mike Pro Shop & Trophy Center

Address: 1411 Grandview Ave, Muscatine, Iowa, 52761

Phone number: 563-263-0518

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Arrowhead Lanes

Address: 601 Rossville Rd, Ludlow, Iowa, 52172

Phone number: 563-568-2310

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Colonial Bowling Lanes

Address: 2253 Old Highway 218 S, Iowa City, Iowa, 52246

Phone number: 319-338-1573

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Arsenal Bowling Lanes

Address: 212, 44th and Butler Sts, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15201

Phone number: 412-683-5992

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Tapley's Pro Shop

Address: 1180 Fremont Ct, Elkhart, Indiana, 46516

Phone number: 574-303-5592

Expert fitting and drilling by former big ten champion and USBC record-holder Scott Tapley, who was taught to bowl and drill bowling equipment by Patty Ann and Cliff Tarpley.

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Creslanes Bowling & Pro Shop

Address: 255 S Main St, Dubuque, Iowa, 52003

Phone number: 563-583-9766

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Carroll Bowl

Address: Highway 30 E, Carroll, Iowa, 51401

Phone number: 712-792-9332

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Bowlingball.com

Address: Suite 14, 771 Fentress Blvd, Daytona Beach, Florida, 32114

Phone number: 888-265-2695

User Submitted Tips

  • My husband and I have recently joined an amateur-bowling league. I have been looking into buying my own bowling ball. After some research, I've determined that you pretty much get what you pay for. I have shopped both online and at sporting good stores, and I have reached the same conclusions: the better the material, the more friction. Which means the more control I will get. Cheaper balls are made of plastic, and so they don't allow for much control. I know I can't afford a pro-active ball, which the pros use. So, I've decided to go for the mid-priced ball, made of reactive resin. And, of course, I'm buying a pink ball-because color and style are always important.
  • My bowling league wanted to get matching shirts, so we searched online for bowling apparel. We found an online store that was able to embroider or screen-print our team name on shirts. There were several styles to choose from. We could have purchased a polo type shirt or T-shirt, but we went with the traditional button down bowling shirt. A few of our league member also ordered jackets. Instead, some of us saved our money to purchase some new bowling shoes. They have so many new styles to choose from. We can say good-bye to those old ugly looking bowling shoes! We all look pretty sharp in our new bowling apparel!
  • I have owned and operated a successful bowling alley for the past 20 years, and if there is any advice I can give it would be to maintain your bowling equipment. It was a very hefty investment in the beginning and not one that I took lightly. Our lanes are cleaned and re-waxed on a daily basis. Always have someone walking back behind the lanes in case a ball or pin should get stuck. Our pins are also cleaned on a regular basis, as well as our balls. Our automated scoring machines are checked each morning to ensure they are working and the floors in the pits are swept to ensure no debris makes it up to the lanes. I know it seems like a lot of work, and it is, but because of our attention to detail our alley is the best in 50 mile radius!
  • I want to join a bowling league, but my record high has never even reached the triple digits. Oh, on the Wii I can bowl a 230 easy; real life is a different story and one that is a bit sadder. My feeble attempts at "granny style" give me only a slightly higher score. So, I took whatever dignity I have left and head to the pro shop to get some help. First of all, I was holding a ball entirely too heavy, I thought if I could lift it then it was the one I should use. Once the guy quit laughing, he fitted me with a 9lb ball and wrist brace to help my form. I don't know if this will help my game much, but at least I "look" like I know what I'm doing.
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