Referred to as Lawn Bowling in North America and Bowls in the UK, Australia and most other countries where it is played. The sport can be played on either flat-surfaced lawns or 'crown greens', where the green has a rise in its middle. The object of Bowls is to get your bowls closest to an object ball, called a Jack. Not only do you have your competitor to deal with but the bowls themselves are not spherical and they are weighted to one side ('biased').
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Crown Green Bowls is a variation of outdoor lawn bowls that is often played in the North of England, North Wales and the Isle of Man, although there are isolated 'pockets' of the game played worldwide.
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Associations and Organizations dedicated to promoting the sport of Lawn Bowling and organize competitions between members and other clubs.
This category contains links to sites related to outdoor lawn bowls, often times referred to simply as lawn bowls or flat green bowls.
This category, Rolle Bolle, contains sites related to the game of Rolle Bolle, a Belgian bowling game.