The first rule of Bowling is to not let your feet cross the line at the beginning of the bowling lane.Another rule is you must wear bowling shoes.
There is a very high number of bowling rules, for a list of these rules one can visit the Unites States Bowling Congress website and locate the rules there. Bowl.com is the name of the website.
Bowl'o Rama bowling rules
The rules of tenpin bowling were established on September 9, 1895 when the American Bowling Congress (ABC) was created. The ABC has since been merged under the umbrella of the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) and that is who manages the rules and sanctions bowling today.
It depends on if you are speaking of the American Tenpin Bowling, Canadian Tenpin Bowling, Duckpin bowling, Candlepin bowling, etc.
ask your local bowling ally, they have diffrent rules.
The American Bowling Congress was the first organization to establish rules for the game and equipment. Since then, the United States Bowling Congress maintains the rules of the sport in the US and other countries have their own organizations that maintain the rules in their perspective countries.
The league rules committee.
In league bowling, the captains of the opposing teams officiate at the game level, and enforce such rules as bowling on the correct lane and not stepping across the foul line. The league's officers are available to settle disputes; major changes to the rules require a majority (and during mid-season, unanimous consent) of all the league officers and team captains. In a bowling tournament, the tournament director(s) officiate the games and enforce the rules. All forms of bowling have a governing body, also known as a sanctioning body. For example, tenpin bowling in the United States is governed by the United States Bowling Congress (USBC).
You have to be voted in.
I believe so. It depends on the rules and hours of the bowling alley and the rules of the 14-yr.-old's guardians.
In the US, the first organization for bowling that was formed was the ABC (American Bowling Congress) on Sept. 9, 1895 , which was a mens only organization. They created the rules for the sport in the US. In 1916, the WIBC (Women's International Bowling Congress) was formed to cater to women's bowling. While basing the rules from the ABC, the WIBC also had rules specific to their organization. In 1958, the American Junior Bowling Congress was formed to organize youth bowlers from preschool through college. They too based their rules from the ABC, yet had additional rules specific to their organization. In 1982, the name of the organization was changed to the YABA(Young American Bowling Alliance). On January 1, 2005, the three organizations merged to create USBC (United States Bowling Congress) in order to unify resources and be able to have an opportunity for bowling to become an Olympic sport.
I'm pretty sure all bowling games are bowled at a bowling lane.