Bowls World enjoys an excellent relationship with the sport’s leading names, including the Henselite, Taylor and Drakes Pride brands.
Bias is one of the most important ideas to grasp when playing bowls; it helps to give the game some unique characteristics and it is important to master it if you want to improve.
The 2018 Commonwealth Games will soon be on our TV screens, running from April 4 to 15, and lawn bowls will be an integral part of the action.
If you are looking for that special gift for a loved one, then Bowls World can provide the answer. We stock a huge range of bowls accessories in the UK and worldwide, for experienced players or those who are just taking up the sport.
Petanque is a form of bowls which originated in France and has become increasingly popular across the world in recent years.
The festive season is fast approaching, and Bowls World, a top UK bowls and bowls accessories supplier, has come up with some special offers if you are buying gifts for a friend or relative who enjoys the sport.
Bowls World is continuing its partnership with one of the world leaders in bowls and bowls accessories, Henselite. We can now offer a range of Henselite Tiger Evo bowls from our online store, with both black and coloured bowls available, depending on your personal taste.
Bowls World is delighted to announce it has extended its range of Henselite bowls clothing, a company renowned for being at the forefront of innovation and design in the international bowling community.
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One of the sport’s best-known brands, Henselite has been making bowls, bowls clothing and accessories for almost a century, and we supply their latest products at competitive prices from our online store.
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Bowls World, a leading supplier of bowls clothing and bowls accessories in the UK, has now extended its product range with a number of top-quality new lines.
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Bowls World is this year celebrating its 25th anniversary. Since the company was formed in 1992, as a leading bowls supplier we have always moved with the times. This applies not just to offering the latest products, but also how you can buy them.
For many years the bowls world, both professional and amateur, used mainly black bowls, and coloured bowls were not introduced until more recently. This year the brand new Henselite Tiger Evo coloured bowls are being released, to a flurry of excitement.
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Bowls World has unveiled its newest product – Bowls Eye, a lawn bowls measuring device that hails from Queensland, Australia. Also known as ‘Bowlseye’, this easy-to-use, innovative lawn bowls accessory was invented by keen player Dave Goode back in 2015.
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As a leading supplier of bowls and equipment worldwide, here at Bowls World we have introduced a new set of coloured bowls to our existing range – the Henselite Riptide Slice.
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New Age Kurling Kroquet is a popular all-inclusive game that can be played all year round. It originates from the traditional game of croquet, with some variations, and can be played in homes, parks and gardens, community centres, clubs, and schools.
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Bowls in Spain has risen in popularity since the 1970’s when the country became a major tourist destination. Many hotels offered the chance for holiday makers to play bowls and the sport caught on, particularly among expats who settled in popular tourist resort areas such as Benidorm, Alicante, Valencia and Magaluf.
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Bowls playing nations have recently undergone a major drive to recruit young players into lawn bowling – and with remarkable success too. In Australia, for instance, the country’s sports commission is encouraging young players to take up the game, and a Young Australian Lawn Bowls Academy has been established to recruit junior bowls players from schools and colleges.
Sports fans are eagerly looking forward to the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next year, with lawn bowls among the highlights of Scotland’s prestige event. Tickets went on sale in August 2013, and are being snapped up quickly, as the London 2012 Olympics have whetted people’s appetite for another feast of sport in Britain.
Jersey might be a small island, measuring only nine miles by five miles, but it plays a big role in the world of lawn bowls. Both male and female teams from the island took part in the World Bowls Championships in Australia last year, and a Jersey player, Thomas Greechan, scooped the World Champion of Champions bowls title in Hong Kong two years ago.
Aside from the benefits of lawn bowls and indoor bowls, as with all sports, the prices of the equipment and clothing can soon add up. If you are on a budget you will want to look for cheap bowls to keep prices down; that way you can justify your expenditure and enjoy your hobby with a clear conscience.
The beauty of indoor bowls is that it is a universal game: it doesn’t matter whether you are young, old, able bodied or not, everyone can play. And, if you are looking for indoor bowls equipment, Bowls World is a one stop-shop selling everything from bowls, to clothing and accessories.
If you are looking for low cost bowls clothing, Bowl’s World has recently launched a new range of sportswear aimed towards the budget conscious player. Our Club Range is designed for male and female bowls players who aren’t too concerned about brand names, or sporting a designer logo, but want high quality bowls clothing at reasonable prices. The Club clothing range is the perfect option for those looking for practicality at the best possible price.
If you are thinking of taking up a new sport or hobby, either to keep fit or to improve your social life, why not look into indoor bowls clubs in the UK?
Whether you are a keen bowls player, or have just taken up the game, Bowls World has some fantastic bargains for players throughout the year. Our offers can include anything from great value bowls, to bowls clothing, shoes and accessories. And, if you are a bowls player ‘Down Under’, our latest amazing deals are on Taylor, Henselite and Drakes Pride coloured bowls to Australia – just browse our site to pick up a bargain.
With the start of the New Year, now is the time to think about taking up a new sport or hobby – and lawn bowls could be just the thing! If you can’t take part in strenuous activity, such as rugby or racing round a football pitch – or don’t like the idea of it – lawn bowls is a great sport to take up. It a game of skill and precision and is also an ideal way to meet new people and make new friends. It doesn’t matter how old – or how young – you are, lawn bowls is a fantastic activity to get involved in over the coming year.
Any form of exercise is good for your health, no matter how gentle it may be. And, if you are participating in a team sport, such as lawn bowls, it helps improve your social life too, which contributes to all round happiness and well-being.
Lawn bowls has long been a sport for all ages and abilities. Lawn bowling is not only played by able bodied and sighted people, but is also a popular sport for wheel chair users, the blind and partially sighted.
Lawn bowls in South Africa has a history that dates back 140 years. The game was introduced to the country by a group of English settlers and the first South African bowl’s club started up in Port Elizabeth in 1882. The game now has some 30,000 registered members.
Lawn bowls USA has a long history and is played in various parts of the country. Here at Bowls World, we sell bowls equipment and clothing to customers in the USA and world-wide.
Bowls in Hong Kong is a popular sport. In fact Hong Kong is seen among one of the leading nations participating in the game together with England, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, and Malaysia.
Indoor bowls is a variation of the lawns bowls. It came about to make the game more accessible so it could be played year round, whatever the weather. Indoor bowls is very similar to lawn bowls and is played on strips of imitation green which are roughly the same length as the outdoor sport.
The UK outdoor bowls season lasts from April until mid-September and then the game moves indoors in the autumn and winter to provide protection from the elements. As in all sports, there is a strict bowls clothing dress code to adhere to, which helps maintain discipline and gets players in the right mind-frame ready for the game.
Indoor bowls is popular throughout Britain and in many other parts of the world, including as far afield as Malaysia. The game is played in a similar way to lawn bowls and although there are slight differences between the two, it is essentially an indoor version of the outdoor game.
Indoor carpet bowls is a smaller version of indoor bowls and is very much a community activity played by seniors, men, women and children. The bowls are much smaller and lighter than indoor bowls and there is less of a distance to bowl. This makes it a game of skill rather than strength and can be played by people of all ages and abilities including wheelchair users.
Bowls Australia, is a fiercely competitive sport and in fact more than half of the world’s players come from Down Under. In fact four Australian nationals are ranked among the top 16 male singles players in the world including the world’s two best players, Leif Selby and Brett Wilkie (rankings compiled November 2011).
Bowls New Zealand, has a long history. The game was first played here in the latter part of the 19th century. Bowls New Zealand, is now the country’s third most popular sport. It is so widely played, it is said that more people die a year playing bowls in New Zealand than scuba diving. But don’t let that put you off!