The history of bowling exceeds 7000 years. Ancient people played the game, which resembled modern bowling a lot.
Of course, contemporary rules were introduced much later, but these were still the first attempts to play bowling. The Motherland of contemporary bowls is the USA. This is the country, from which the game spread across the globe and became quite popular.
Nowadays, bowling is enjoyed and played by people of all ages and occupations. This is because the game provides enough exercising and physical activity that ideally combines with competitive spirit. Bowling is played on national and international levels, but much more people play it every day to have fun and spend good time with their friends and family members.
The rules of the game are quite simple and understandable. A player has 10 attempts to hit the bowls with a ball during a game. The more bowls are hit, the higher the score is. You can hit them twice during each frame. If you don’t manage to do that, the next frame starts. If you are lucky to hit all the bowls during one frame, this is called “strike” and you get the highest score. The players play in turn, getting their own scores that are listed on the monitor. The game is really exciting, engaging and ensures much fun for everyone. If you haven’t played it yet, it’s high time to try!