Walk in during club hours
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Monday & Thursday 9:30A
(Starting 12/1 - 12:30)
Saturday & Sunday 9:30A
Sign In & Draw 15 minutes
before the Game
Flat Soled Shoes are Required
while on the Green
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EXPLORE ALL THE FUN
ACTIVITIES IN THE BAY
The game of lawn bowls is very simple to learn but can take anyone years to
perfect. Games are played in a mannerly fashion, along with positive support
and comments for all players.
The goal of the game is to get more of your team's bowls closer to the jack
(the small white ball) than your opponents on each "end" played. A typical
game is 14 or more ends, with an overall running tally being kept at all times
to establish the winner.
Lawn bowls come in sets of 4, the maximum number of bowls you will roll in
one end of a game.
Only 3 bowls each are used in triples and 2 in Rinks as quadruples is known.
The big surprise of the game is when you first pick up a bowl, and feel how
heavy it is.
All bowls come in sets with different pictures on each set to identify who the
owner is - which is very important when you come to scoring.
Bowls USA - Marketing and Promotion Committee Chairperson:
Neil Furman came to talk to the Pacific Inter-Mountain Division
members at the Palo Alto Lawn Bowls Club. The meeting was
about Bowls USA past, present, and future with an open
discussion afterwards. Neil also presented Bowls USA 100%
member banners to the representatives of each PIMD Club
attending the meeting.
President of the San Jose Lawn Bowls Club
accepts the 100% Membership Banner for