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a ball, shoes, and your money.
it depends if your bowling for fun theyll have everything you need at your local bowling allyif your bowling for competition you might want to consider buying a bowling ball (straight ball instead of a ball with hook if you are a beginner). and if you know you will bowl alot and in a lot of tournaments and leagues you might want to buy your own set of bowling shoes.the only other thing you would need would be a towel for your ball or balls, ball cleaner, and rosin (stuff you put on your hands to get better grip).hope that helps-Smart-most things you need are at the alley already like shoes and a ball but i recomend getting your own shoes because the shoes there are constantly being used. (you can also bring a rag or powder but you don't really need it)
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A great bowling shoe is the brand Dexter but no brand is really better then another, the same size may fit you slightly different.
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