Dry lanes refer to a lower amount of oil on the lanes than the bowler is used to, generally resulting in a much larger hook, or curve in the path of the ball down the lane.
The Tokyo World Lanes Bowling Center has 252 lanes.
It all depends on the bowling alley. There are really private alleys with just 2 lanes or a bowling stadium with 73+ lanes.
This is in reference to the oil patter. Wet lanes have alot of oil on them. This usually requires a bowling to make an adjustment to their shot. The oil will move down the lanes as each bowler throws their shots, which will require shot adjustment often.
AMF Bowling World Lanes happened in 2008.
Synthetic bowling lanes are made of compressed paper with a "lane" look inlay over the top that is then sealed. This provides a more consistent shot than traditional "wood" lanes. However a lot of traditionalist bowlers feel that bowling on "wood" lanes is the true showmanship of a bowler. The ability to change with the conditions, since each lane can very greatly from one to the other.
The current largest bowling center in the United States is Freeway Lanes in Wickliffe, OH with 96 lanes.
AMF Bowling World Lanes was created on 2008-11-18.
Yes there is, in that they have Kegelbahn. It is like bowling but the lanes are different.
A polyester ball is also known as a plastic ball. The ball will not "hook", unless the bowler has a decent rev rate, or the lanes are dry.
Inazawa Grand Bowl in Japan is the bowling center with the greatest number of bowling lanes and currently holds the Guinness World Record. The center features 116 consecutive lanes.