Orange Tenpin Bowl ran a Bowl Patrol school holiday camp recently in the home centre of Bowl Patrol ambassador Jason Belmonte. As the images attest, it was a huge success!
Tenpin bowling has, for a long time, done well to make all abilities feel included. Bowl Patrol is no exception, we’re keen to see every body bowling.
Bowl Patrol Ambassador Jason Belmonte recently posted on Facebook, showing the resources he partnered with Tenpin Bowling Australia on, to teach kids how to bowl with two hands.
Meet Izzy, one of many stand-out bowlers loving Bowl Patrol, here at ZONE Bowling in Rockingham WA her dreams are coming true!
Participants across a number of states and territories are benefiting from government investment in sports vouchers.
Kids around Australia are gaining skills that’ll last a lifetime; learning to bowl. The Bowl Patrol program offered by limited and approved centres is preparing the next generation of bowlers.
Famous for his two-handed bowling, the nine-time Professional Bowling Association’s (PBA’s) Major winner Jason Belmonte, has shared the tips on his unique delivery as Bowl Patrol ambassador!
Tenpin Bowling Australia’s nationally recognised ‘learn to bowl’ program Bowl Patrol is ready to roll across all states and territories for Term 3. Online registration via the Bowl Patrol website (www.bowlpatrol.com.au) has never been easier with most participants in all states and territories now able to utilise sporting vouchers to cover the full cost of […]
The Federal Government has announced its ongoing commitment to the Sporting Schools Program with Sport Australia receiving a further $40 million in funding to extend the program until the end of 2020.
In 2018, TBA created the Bowl Patrol Awards to highlight the contributions and recognise the outstanding efforts of individuals and registered centres in growing and developing the sport through Australia’s only national junior tenpin bowling program – Bowl Patrol.