In the game of bowls, a small heavy melamine ball (bowl) is bowled down a perfectly flat green lawn at such a pace that it will come to rest next to a smaller white ball (jack). Rather than following a straight line, the bowl takes a long slow gentle curve to reach its destination.
One of the sides of the bowl is slighter heavier than the other, it has bias so that as the bowl slows down there is a pull towards that side. The bowl literally curves around until it comes to a stop.
Here’s how bowls are made:
Here’s how you communicate without shouting:
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Whether you are just going to start playing outside or indoors, or need to be reminded about the things you were told, this 50-page book will be a great help to you.
It covers what to look for in a club, choosing the right size bowls, delivery, rink layout, type of shots, how a bowl reacts when making contact with another, duties of each player, markers and umpires, Some do’s and don’ts. And lots more.
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Thank you - Tuesday, July 18, 2017"Your book has been very popular at my club (Cerne Abbas) and our newest member
has found it particularly helpful. Thanks again for taking the time to write it"
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