The approach area is 15 feet long from beginning to foul line. From foul line to the head pin (#1 pin) is 60 feet.
60 feet to center of head pin from the foul line.
60 feet from foul line to center of head pin.
The lane is 60 feet from the foul line to the center of the head pin.
60 feet from foul line to head pin 39 inches wide
Its exactly 60 feet.. so 720"
On a USBC regulation lane it's Sixty feet (60') +/- 1/2" from the foul line to the center of pin spot. The foul line is 3/8" to 1" wide and the approach is 15' minimum.
The alley or lane is 60 feet long from the foul line (at the player's end) to the center of the head (first) pin at the other end. The total length from the foul line to the end of the pin deck (the area under the pins) is 62 feet 10 and 3/16 inches long.
The width of a bowling lane is 39 inches (41 in very rare occurances) and from foul line to head pin, it is 60 feet long.
The length of a professional bowling lane is sixty feet from the foul line to the first pin or head pin. Sixty feet is seen as a standard in professional sports as it is also the distance from pitcher to hitter in baseball.
A standard Bowling alley is 60 feet from the foul line to the cantre of the No. 1 pin