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.
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.
There isn't a specific rule that requires center to be carpeted, however it does provide a better way to minimize damp areas in the center that can get tracked on the soles of the bowling shoes that can create dangerous sticking conditions on the approach.
The pricing will depend on the bowling center, type of meal and refreshments, length of time, etc.
In a local bowling alley.On a lane.In a bowling center or house.
60 feet to center of head pin from the foul line.
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 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.
There are 2 row's of dots on a bowling lane approach. One is at the back of the approach about a foot up from the back edge and the other is about 3 feet toward the foul line. The center dot is the center of the lane. They are there to help you remember where you stand when you start your approach. Some lanes have 5 dots per row and some have 7 dots.
Bowling center pro shops have them.