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!!
There are many groups of people who play bowling the most today. Most leagues choose to play the most bowling.
If you are bowling with automatic scorers, it will depend on how many names the computer will allow you to put on one lane. It also depends on how long you want to wait between turns. typically 3 to 5 people bowl on one lane at a time.
There usually isn't a set limit. Some scoring systems may only allow for a certain number of names per lane. Usually the issue pertains to the number of bowling balls that can sit in the ball rack at the ball return.
The bare minimum would be a bowling ball, a pair of leather-soled bowling shoes, and of course access to a bowling lane with a full set of pins.
At most, 8 players on each team.
about 8 players came play a game of bowling
depends on how many remates there are but if youve got all 4 4 can play
This answer depends on how busy the place is. During the weekdays, most alleys will allow up to six people per lane, as long as the group behaves itself and doesn't bother other players.
Bowling, and you play it at a bowling alley