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.
It is called the Foul Line
a foul is when you step over the black line when the floor meets the bowling lane
A score of zero is used for the ball and any pins knocked down do not count.
In tenpin bowling, the lightest weight bowling ball allowed in sanctioned play is 6 pounds.
No you can not.
Your timing is off. It sounds like the ball is getting ahead of you. One solution is to change from a 4 step to a 5 step delivery.
Yes, you are allowed to get things engraved into a bowling ball. For example, you can get your name, last name or a nickname into the bowling ball. You can't get a picture engraved into a bowling ball because once it is engraved, it stay's that way. When you get a picture in a bowling ball, it takes away the purpose with the bowling ball.
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.
Bowling Green - IRT Lexington Avenue Line - was created in 1905.
there might be some on-line or at some Bowling Ally or something
no. if you touch the net the other team gets a point, and when the other team is serving you have to be in the court but after the ball is served you can step on and over it