a bowling approach is the steps a person takes before actually throwing the ball. the approach is also the area that starts at the end of the ball return up to the foul line.
Basketball shoes or tennis shoes will not slide on the approach at a bowling lane. Basketball shoes or tennis shoes will not slide on the approach at a bowling lane.
The term "approach" in bowling refers to the portion of the lane that the bowler walks on to deliver the ball. The approach is approximately 15 feet in length from the start to where it meets up with the foul line.
The approach, in the sport of bowling, is the area in front of the lane that you take your steps to deliver the ball. It usually starts just behind the ball return.
For a regulation bowling lane, not less than 15 feet in length.
its a moving to contact technique part of the the 3 moving to contact techniques which are, search and attack, approach march, and reconnaissance in force.
No less than 15 feet.
the foul line is the line that line that seperates the actual lane that the ball slides on and the part that you walk on. if you cross that line then you get points taken off of your score.