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Re: where to bowl for kids?

Post by pinkapple » Sun Nov 13, 2011 6:12 pm

hypergatak wrote:Chevrons, near IMM jurong, is kidd friendly. They have 4 pounds Pooh Bear bowling ball with 5 finger holes. But they do not have small shoe sizes, but they allowed my kids to wear their own trainers.


4 pounds sounds good. thanx!

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Re: where to bowl for kids?

Post by swimironkids » Mon Nov 14, 2011 7:22 am

I used to play alot of tennis during my twenties to thirties
Now my left arm is slightly bigger than my right
Take note parents ya...just a thought ;O)

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Re: where to bowl for kids?

Post by pinkapple » Mon Nov 14, 2011 8:18 am

haha. actually hor. most right handers have bigger right hand/arm. Human is asymmetrical.

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Re: where to bowl for kids?

Post by Vevey » Mon Nov 14, 2011 11:29 am

Downtown East has really kiddie bowling that a 2yo also can manage. :)

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Re: where to bowl for kids?

Post by princesskaris » Sun Nov 27, 2011 3:17 pm

Yup, downtown east orchid bowl has alleys meant for kids. My 2+ old daughter had 2 games there. It was pretty fun. Its $2 per game if i rem correctly.


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Re: bowling courses for kids

Post by Imami » Wed Dec 26, 2012 7:28 am

Anyone tried bumper bowling?

Is there any Bowling centers which cater for young kids, other than kallang bowl and orchid bowl?

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Re: bowling courses for kids

Post by jon00 » Thu Dec 27, 2012 12:05 pm

The Chevron at Jurong East. They can program the bumpers to go up and down for each player. That means you can play on the same lane as the kids.
They also offer lighter bowling balls with five fingers holes from the shoe counter for kids.

Imami wrote:Anyone tried bumper bowling?

Is there any Bowling centers which cater for young kids, other than kallang bowl and orchid bowl?

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Re: bowling courses for kids

Post by Imami » Fri Dec 28, 2012 1:54 pm

jon00 wrote:The Chevron at Jurong East. They can program the bumpers to go up and down for each player. That means you can play on the same lane as the kids.
They also offer lighter bowling balls with five fingers holes from the shoe counter for kids.

Imami wrote:Anyone tried bumper bowling?

Is there any Bowling centers which cater for young kids, other than kallang bowl and orchid bowl?

wow.... thanks for the info! The Chervron is definitely more convenient for the family, then orchid bowl or kallang bowl.

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Bowling

Post by timtamfan » Sat Apr 27, 2013 9:17 am

Hi, just want to explore the possibility of learning this sport. Will drop by a lane one day, but thought to check with parents who have children who plays this sport regularly. Is there a minimum height to start proper learning ? And any good coach that may help in the process ? Preferably in the East. Thanks

P.S. Singapore Bowling has a list of coaches on their website.

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Re: All About Bowling

Post by Musicstar » Sat Nov 09, 2013 2:23 pm

Hi , may I check what is the rate for bowling lesson individually. How long to learn the basic skill?

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