Five-Pin bowling originated in Canada, where it is played in centres across the country. It is played with a small ball, the 5 pins have rubber rings around their middles, there are 3 balls per frame and a perfect game score is 450. Please read through the sites for more information.
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5 Pin Stuff
Information and results from 5-pin bowling leagues and tournaments in Southern Ontario.
Bonnie Doone Bowling Lanes
Edmonton, Alberta. 48 lanes with a pro shop. Includes public, league, tournament, and youth bowling information.
Hunter’s Bowling Centres
Calendar of events, tournaments and YBC league results, with youth, seniors, league and open bowling information. Saskatoon.
Minto Bowling Centre and Lounge
A 20 lanes centre in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Lists times for public bowling and league information.
Neb's Fun World
A 5-pin bowling centre in Oshawa, Ontario with an Adventure Zone including laser tag, bumper cars, and other games.
A 5-pin bowling centre in New Hamburg, ON with 6 lanes.
Valley Bowling Lanes and The Corner Pin Inn Restaurant
A bowling centre in Kelowna, BC, with licensed restaurant on site. Features information about its party packages, leagues and special events.
Walkley Bowling Centre
5-pin bowling establishment in Ottawa. Lists rates, special events and league information.
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