Lawn bowling is a fun and friendly game suitable for all ages, and it can be played with one to three-person teams. It is a very unique sport, but has some similarities to curling and bocce ball. The object of the game is to roll grapefruit-sized resin balls, also known as "bowls, on a flat grass green and try to get closest to the target ball, better known as the "jack." The person (team) who rolls their bowl closest to the jack scores a point. The fun part is, the bowls are slightly lopsided and curve when rolled, making it more challenging than you think.
The first two visits to the lawn bowling green at Little Miami Golf Center are free and include a lesson and equipment. You can learn to play the game quickly, but as the story goes, it takes time to master! Feel free to come by yourself or bring a group.
To learn more about lawn bowling and to find days and times of play, please visit the Cincinnati Lawn Bowling Club website at lawnbowling.org