Getting a full count of 10.
part of the building
The remark given when leaving the 7, 8, or 10 pin after what seems to be a perfect hit.
Knocking down only the front most pin of a spare leave.
Equivalent to a lane that is easy to score on.
The action of the pins when a bowling hits them and causes other pins to be knocked down.
The area of the lane where the pins are positioned and placed.
The area at the opposite end of the lane from the approach where the pins and bowling balls end up after a roll.
The angle at which the finger holes in the bowling ball is drilled.
For right handed bowlers, it is the 1-3 pins, for left handed bowlers, it is the 1-2 pins.
Aiming more directly at the pocket, high and tight.
A competition where two or more bowlers post money the highest score wins.
A slow ball that fails to carry the pins.
A bowling ball that hits without any kind of power.