a foul is when you step over the black line when the floor meets the bowling lane
It is called the Foul Line
Exactly the same length as in tenpin Bowling: 60 feet from the foul line to the headpin.
There is no advantage to crossing the foul line, however there is a safety issue due to the fact there is lane conditioner beyond the foul line, which can cause you to slip. The sport does require a zero to be counted when crossing the foul line.
A standard Bowling alley is 60 feet from the foul line to the cantre of the No. 1 pin
It's called the foul line. If you step on or over it you'll get a big, fat F for foul and you'll only have one shot to get down the pins.
A Bowling lane is 60 feet long from foul line to the center of the headpin, and 62 feet 10 inches from the foul line to the back of the pins. It can range from 41-42 inches wide.
well you do this and that and that constituts a foul in Bowling stepping over the foul line at the lane before you let go
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.
A bowler is not permitted to cross the foul line.
A bowling lane is 60 feet long from the foul line to the center of the headpin. Each pin is 12 inches apart center to center. And the approach (the part you walk on) is 15 feet long.