Players sometimes ask a player at the head to “give a foot”. What does this mean and is it acceptable to ask someone to give you a foot in bowls?
Conditions of Play in lawn bowls may seem a perplexing expression but really it means the rules for the particular rules for a competition.
Sometimes things happen in a game of lawn bowls that really make you scratch your head. Here is an interesting case of a declared shot that wasn’t…
Read about the etiquette as regards using a cell phone, smoking and drinking alcohol on the bowling green. There is a clear directive to all these conundrums.
Ever wondered how trial ends operate in lawn bowls? Here’s a full explanation of their necessity and their importance. Make the most of the trials ends to succeed in bowls.
Sometimes you will here the word “nomination” or “nominated” expressed on the bowling green. But what does this mean and when is a bowl nominated?
It can happen that a bowler inadvertently rolls someone else’s bowl. In that case there is an easy, fair and non-confrontational solution. Here are the rules.
There is more than one way to deliver a bowl in order to score points in lawn bowls. There are four types of shots you need to learn: draw, block, drive and running shots.
Ever heard of the Clinic Method in bowls? Developed in South Africa, today this method forms the basis of bowls coaching the world over.