The arrows are there to help with accuracy, as are the dots on the approach. if you vary where you stand, and always hit the same arrow, you have a much easier time getting higher scores. Also, it helps if you don't vary your style too much.
they are for targets. the sets of dots at the start of the approach are for lining up your feet. the dots 5-7 feet past the foul line, are the bowler's target. the arrows 15 feet down there are also targets. the Bowling can choose where he wants to look. You may also look at the pins, but using the dots and arrows are more effective.
well, you could use nearly any arrow as your guide arrows, depending on your hand. if you us your righht hand, the normal strike arrows are the second and third on the right side, for a a7 or 10 pin the oppisite side of the fourth arrow would be the right place. These all depend on your balls hook though, so you should practice first.
Depends on the lanes, but normally it is six.
A standard 10-pin bowling lane is 41.5 inches wide. There are 39 boards, and the arrows are spaced every 5 boards. Consequently, the arrows are 5.32 inches apart on center.
They are targets used to roll your ball at. Depending on if you are trying to get a strike or picking up a spare, you would use your style of bowling to hit the appropriate target.
The arrows and dots are used to help target your approach and throw.
Some centers will choose to charge bowlers on an hourly basis instead of by the game.
Not necessarily. I've seen leagues with teams of one to five. During non-league time, I've seen as many as 10 on a lane. This would take forever to me, but I've seen others do it.
Many professional bowlers have sponsorship arrangements.
There is a Professional Bowlers Association which conducts tournaments and events for pro bowlers. There are also bowling leagues that allow amateur bowlers compete on lane conditions similar to what the professionals use during pro tournaments. At this time, there is no league specifically and selectively for Pro Bowlers.
The Ravens had 8 Pro bowlers in 2003!!
ya... just all be in the same lane, if you rented 2 lanes then have three in 1 lane and two in the 2nd lane!!
Usually in international cricket there will be 7 batters and 4 bowlers, but this can change.
Many bowlers use the arrows or dots as targets to aim at. It is easier to "hit your mark" 15 feet away than to aim directly at the pins 60 feet away.
Bowling uses a lane, rather than a court. The area behind the lane, where the bowler walks, is called the approach. The area behind that, where the bowlers relax while waiting their turn, is called the settee.
bowlers' - ie The bowlers' shoes were taken.