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http://www.collegebowling.com/

Designed for the collegiate level, it provides news, tournament and conference results, in addition to other resources.

http://www.bowling-forum.net/

Discussions about the sport and recent events.

http://www.lanetalk.com/

A social network that connects bowlers from all over the world.

http://bpaa.com/

Annual trade show and exposition that offers bowling industry professionals an opportunity to network, review the latest trends, participate in meetings, and educate themselves. Sponsored by the Bowling Proprietors' Association of America (BPAA) and International Bowling Pro Shop and Instructors Association (IBPSIA).

http://www.bowlarama.ca/

Seven candlepin bowling centres located throughout New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

http://www.vacationlandbowling.com/

[Saco]. A 32 candlepin bowling lane center featuring automatic scoring. Special events, league and public bowling, game room, and fundraising.

http://www.leossuperbowl.com/

[Amesbury]. Entertainment center that offers specials, leagues, and programs.

http://www.candlepin.com/

[Abington]. Offers candlepin bowling to the South Shore and features information on leagues, cosmic bowling, and party packages.

http://www.boutwellsbowl.com/

[Concord]. Contains information on league and public bowling, Glow Bowling, birthday parties, and Bowl-a-thons. Also provides driving directions.

http://www.kinglanes.com/

[Manchester]. Offering candlepin bowling, glow bowling, and games room. View website for directions and league information.

http://www.bowlingacres.com/

[Peterborough]. Features party packages, cosmic bowling, and league information, as well as open bowling rates.

http://www.masscandlepin.com/

Promotes and coordinates the recreation of candlepin bowling. Features news, events, links, graphics, the sport's history, and contact details for local centers.

http://www.mainecandlepinbowling.com/

Contains a listing of bowling centers who are members of the Maine State Candlepin Bowling Association.

http://www.candlepinbowling.com/

Information concerning the game of candlepin bowling, official rules, history, records, and locations.

http://www.bowlinglinks.de/

List of world wide bowling links.

http://www.bowlsearch.com/

Use the directory or search engine to find bowling web sites, or add your own.

http://www.bowling2u.com/

Includes many sites and a directory of state wide bowling centers.

http://www.duckpins.com/

Information on duckpin bowling: history, rules, news, records, and where to bowl.

http://www.ndbc.org/

NDBC is the sport's parent and supervising organization in the United States. Includes rules, tournament schedule, officers, hall of famers, and links.

http://wndatour.com/

List of organization's executive and related links.

http://www.dpbatour.com/

Lists membership requirements, news, event schedule and tournament results.

http://valleylanes.net/

A bowling centre in Kelowna, BC, with licensed restaurant on site. Features information about its party packages, leagues and special events.

http://www.5pinstuff.com/

Information and results from 5-pin bowling leagues and tournaments in Southern Ontario.

http://www.mintobowl.com/

A 20 lanes centre in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Lists times for public bowling and league information.

http://www.riverside-lanes.com/

A 5-pin bowling centre in New Hamburg, ON with 6 lanes.

http://www.huntersbowling.com/

Calendar of events, tournaments and YBC league results, with youth, seniors, league and open bowling information. Saskatoon.

http://www.c5pba.ca/

The national governing body of 5-pin bowling. Includes a history of the sport, its rules, events and tournaments.

http://www.ys5pba.ca/

News and events from 5-pin bowlers in York and Simcoe Counties in central Ontario, featuring tournament results.

http://www.mbao.ca/

Provides top-flight competition for the province's best 5 pin bowlers, works towards improving the image of 5 pin bowling by exemplary conduct, and works for the future of the 5 pin game in various ways including instruction and coaching of all bowlers with emphasis on the Youth Bowling Council (YBC).

http://www.ritgerbowlingcamp.com/

Group instruction, one instructor for six students.