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Laguna Woods Lawn Bowling Club

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Why Join Lawn Bowling at Laguna Woods ?


1. The rules are simple The rules are easy to learn. The game takes a lifetime to perfect. You can play singles, pairs or in teams Bowls is played on our Million dollar carpet, the best in the west. A game starts by throwing the jack (a small white ball) down the green. Each team has different color bowls to roll towards the jack. The person who gets nearest to the jack gets a point and wins what’s called the ‘end’. 
2. There are many varieties to try
The most common type of bowls is flat green bowls (represented by Bowls England), which is played outdoors on a level grass surface. But that’s not the only way to bowl. There is crown green, federation, 
3. It’s a gentle way to get active “I don’t think you realize how much walking you do until you actually play it,” says Matt. “You can walk three miles while you’re playing. You’re only doing 30m stints at a time, but you’re doing a lot of them.” On top of the walking, your arms will get a workout as you perfect your bowling technique and your leg muscles will develop as you lunge into the throw. 
4. There’s a social side On top of the walking, your arms will get a workout
Many bowls clubs put on regular social functions. There are also opportunities to join the club committee or volunteer in the day-to-day running of the club. “There is a lot of socializing and you don’t have to be competitive to play,” says Matt. “If you just want to play with your friends on a Wednesday afternoon, there’s nothing stopping you.” 
5. It’s perfect for all “Bowls truly is the sport for all, regardless of age, sex or physical ability,” says Tony. The gentle pace and lack of contact means you’ll often find children playing with adults and people of different abilities and fitness levels on the same team. Despite what you might think, it’s not just a sport for retirees. “The general bowler is over 55,” says Matt. “But in our international teams, there is barely anyone over 40. We have an under-25 and under-18 international team as well

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