Edmonton Indoor Lawn Bowling Club, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton Indoor Lawn Bowling Club

The 2023-24 bowling season is just about to begin. 
President Claire has arranged the same schedule as last year with a start the 2nd of October.

All the forms that are required from each member, each year,  can be downloaded from the “Membership”
page by clicking the menu item above.Be sure to review the Safe Sport policy which we all agree to abide by.

Bring the completed forms,
along with the membership fee, the first time you bowl.

West above left, Monday & Wednesday 10am-12 noon

East above center, Tuesday & Thursday 10am-12 noon

South above right, Wednesday 1-3pm  Friday 10am-12 noon

A map showing the location of each soccer center can be viewed by clicking each image above.

Leduc Recreation Center

Rachel at the Leduc Rec Center has scheduled DROP IN times for Lawn Bowling for the Winter

       Fridays from 1 to 3pm.

All equipment is provided.  Please wear clean indoor running shoes with flat soles.

Contact Rachel at: 780.980.8406 rclark@leduc.ca

leduc Recreation Center

Lawn Bowls variations

The video is an example of a fantastic shot played on an indoor (portable) rink.

The shot was made by Nick Brett, one of the top players in the UK.  It was at the Potters Resort, Norfolk during the yearly WBA 20 day tournament, January 2021.

the 3 bowls with the white dot indicates that they touched the jack before coming to rest.

How Does It Work?

As the diagram shows, the bowls (called woods in the UK) do not run in a straight line.  So, to get to the “jack” (the little white dot) the bowl must have two elements.
1. The correct line.  ie the aiming point and delivery the bowler chose is correct.
2. The correct weight.  ie the bowler has used the required force. 

Put those two together consistently and you’ll soon be facing off against Nick Brett!

Lawn Bowls is closer to curling than it is to 5 or 10 pin bowling.

Feel free to contact us via the form below.

Edmonton Indoor Bowling Club acknowledges that we are located on Treaty 6 territory, and respects the histories, languages, and cultures of First Nations, Métis, Inuit, and all First Peoples of Canada, whose presence continues to enrich our vibrant community.