Sunday, May 29, 2016

"Just Say No"

Say No to Drugs, Say Yes to Bowling
Public, private, and parochial schools throughout the Greater Rochester area have teamed up with Bowl-A-Roll Lanes to offer area children a safe and fun environment during the summer vacation when they are more likely to be at risk. The "Say No to Drugs, Say Yes to Bowling" program provides children ONE FREE GAME OF BOWLING (including rental shoes) EVERY DAY during the summer (May through August). Students need only to present their student ID card. 

Here’s how it works...It’s very simple. We will give each student a “Say No to Drugs, Say Yes to Bowling” card. The card entitles your child to ONE FREE GAME OF BOWLING (including rental shoes) EVERY DAY during the summer (May 15th -through August). That’s it. There is nothing to buy and very few restrictions. Cards are good seven days a week whenever lanes are available until 9:00 p.m. Students need only to present their card when they come to the bowling center and they may bowl ONE GAME FREE.  Any additional games will be charged at the special “Say No to Drugs, Say Yes to Bowling” rate ($1.50).

The first time the student uses their card, we will register them for our free Birthday Club and “Say No to Drugs, Say Yes to Bowling” Club. “Club” members will be eligible for prize drawings and will be invited to participate in many exciting group events and activities.
Say No to Drugs...In addition to the free bowling feature of the program, we will also periodically host special Law Enforcement safety awareness presentations.   Club members will be informed of any scheduled events of this nature.

Bowling — a lifetime sport...
Bowling is the perfect sport. Everyone can play it and no one sits the bench. Size and strength are not a factor. We have bumper bowling for children as young as two years and facilities for disabled bowlers. Bowling is a sport that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. We will also be offering free bowling instruction to our kids.

Bowling — a wonderful group activity...Bowling is a great group activity. We encourage students and youth leaders to participate in the “Say No to Drugs, Say Yes to Bowling” program as a group function. We will be happy to reserve lanes for your group or organization’s party or fundraiser.
If by chance your school has decided not to participate in our Drug Awareness program, students in grades K-12 can still participate by registering at the bowling center.

We look forward to seeing you next summer...The Bowl-A-Roll Lanes Staff is eagerly awaiting your first visit. Please take a moment to introduce yourself when you get here. We pride ourselves on our exceptional customer service and attention to customer satisfaction. We’ll see you soon.  For more information please contact us at 427-7250, or visit our website at 

Bob Brown's 300 Game

Bob Brown, bowling in the Tuesday Nights Engineers Bowling League waited to the very last night as well as the last game of the bowling season to record his first 300 game of his career.  Here is a replay of Bob's pressure packed shots on the way to his 300 game compliments of Damian Dolce.  Congratulations Bob!

Tuesday Youth Singles Sport Bowling League

It seems as though Connor Brink has found the WTBA Stockholm 34 foot pattern to his liking.  In successive weeks of Tournament competition at Bowl-A-Roll Lanes  Connor has recorded scores of 299 and 300.
Way to go Connor!

Challenge Yourself In A Sport Bowling League
If you want to test your bowling skills and your bowling center is currently registered for conducting leagues in the USBC Sport Bowling program, then challenge yourself in a Sport Bowling League and compete on PBA Experience lane oil patterns. Have some fun bowling with others also wishing to compete on these challenging lane conditions this coming season.

Find out how you will fare on USBC certified lane patterns dedicated to Sport Leagues and Sport Tournaments. USBC Sport Bowling is an optional membership level that gives you the chance to experience challenging lane conditions and satisfy your nature regardless of your skill.

Sport Bowling leagues and tournaments emphasize your ability to deliver the bowling ball accurately and consistently, make necessary adjustments, read lanes, and convert spares. Sport Bowling events will ultimately improve your game more than just bowling on the usual house conditions.

Today, Sport Bowling is recognized as the competitive standard in bowling. Almost every premier bowling tournament is rolled on Sport Bowling lane conditions — including USBC Championships and the Professional Bowlers Association Tour events.

To maintain the integrity of Sport Bowling events, it is critical to the Sport Bowling program that lane conditions present at the start of certified competition comply with Sport Bowling lane dressing specifications.

In addition, when using PBA Experience patterns, they should be representative of the specific PBA Experience pattern being used. Therefore, once lanes are conditioned for a Sport Bowling league or tournament, there shall be no bowling prior to the start of the competition, except for a reasonable amount of practice balls authorized by the competition, not to exceed thirty minutes.

Sport Bowling competition will guarantee that any honor score bowled qualifies for a Sport award. The Sport Bowling Manual available to the proprietors hosting these leagues has all the information necessary to explain the lane patterns designated for use in these competitions. The Manual also explains how the conditions must be monitored to ensure integrity and uniformity on all lane surfaces across the country.

It is very enjoyable to see how well you might score on Sport lane patterns versus normal house lane conditions. In fact, the USBC provides an Average Adjustment scale to help convert the differences in average from the Sport conditions to house conditions.

Sport Bowling conditions are more challenging than typical league conditions. Therefore, bowler averages under Sport Bowling conditions will typically be lower. USBC confirmed this through the analysis of scores from Sport Bowling leagues and tournaments across North America.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

12 Year Youth Records First 300 Game

Daniel Lindenmuth, a 12 year old 7th grader at the Roth  Middle School rolled his first 300 game of his young bowling career.  In addition to his first 300 game he also recorded a life time best 799 series.  Congratulations  Daniel.