Village Bowl

4022 1/2 Kemp Blvd

Wichita Falls, TX 76308

(940) 696-BOWL

Leagues


 

Click here to register for summer 2017!

 

SUMMER 2017 LEAGUE SCHEDULE

DAY

TIME

STARTS

LEAGUES

FORMAT

AWARDS

Mon

10:00AM

5-Jun

Young at Heart

3 Member/55+

Money

 

6:00 PM

6-Jun

Starlite

2 Member/ Women

Money

Tue

6:15 PM

6-Jun

Tues. Nite Combo

4 Member/Any Combo

Money

 

8:30 PM

6-Jun

Semi Classic Doubles

2 Member/ Any Combo

Money

Wed

9:00 AM

7-Jun

Wednesday 9 Pin

4 Member/Any Combo

Other

 

12:00PM

7-Jun

Model T

4 Member/ 55+

Other

 

6:15 PM

7-Jun

Wed. Nite 9 Pin

4 Member/ Any Combo

Money

Thurs

2:00 PM

8-Jun

Generation Gap

3 Member/ Any Combo/ 55+

Money

Sat

10:00AM

3-Jun

Youth League

Children/ All Ages***

Trophy

 

 

 

 

League Bowling F.A.Q

It could be the moment when you slip on those timeless rental shoes, or swing your ball down a fresh lane. It could be when you realize you've spent more time bowling than at the gym, or when you proudly outshine your friends score on guys night out! At some point, joining a league crosses our minds. Don't be road blocked by the unknown and certainly don't be intimidated by starting in a new community of bowlers. These commonly asked questions will help ease the doubt and hopefully ignite your passion to join a new team sport!

 

1. How much does it cost?
Each league chooses a president and has it's own set of rules---as well as prices. Leagues generally run anywhere from $7.00-$19.00 per week/per bowler. Prices will be determined on the first night of league by a unanimous vote from the league bowlers. Not every league has guaranteed lineage; meaning if your absent you may or may not be obligated to the entire payment. Money leagues split a portion of each weeks payment into a "pot" for the winning team. Each league's rules are posted in the "League Standing" binder at the front desk of the Alley.

 

2.  Do I need to have my own gear?
As a courtesy of the Village Bowl, each league bowlers house ball and shoe rental are included in the league payment. All bowlers are welcome to purchase balls, bags, accessories, shoes, and more from our friendly pro-shop staff at any time! Open play will still require a shoe rental charge, however, after joining a league you will receive an open play discount of $2.00/game---at any time!

 

3. C'mon, I'm not the best bowler!
Every bowler has a humble beginning, even PBA bowler Dick Allen, who's net worth totals over $583,000! We welcome new bowlers as a sign of a healthy and growing community of open play. Beginner leagues are offered and encouraged for novice bowler's as well as coaching. And never forget: you'll get better, and you'll have fun! Bowling is a sport full of wacky personalities and some of the most intriguing people you'll ever meet! Enjoy your time as a beginner because practice truly does make perfect!

 

4. How long must I commit to a season?
Summer leagues run from June-August (about 12 weeks) and fall leagues run from September-May (about 34 weeks). We do understand that emergencies happen and vacations are DESPERATELY needed. Each league has rules about finding substitutes for your missing weeks, replacement bowlers, and "make-up" scores. If you know you'll be absent you can "pre-bowl" and pre-pay to cover your missing week. Most leagues are sanctioned through a U.S.B.C. membership which will need to be renewed yearly.

 

5. How long does it take to bowl each week?
Depending on the style of play, the average league bowls 3 games per week in one night. You'll have a few minutes to practice before the league begins; perfect time to ask any questions you might have concerning your handicap, average, or lane conditions. Some bowlers take about 30-45 minutes per game while others may bowl a little slower. Whatever your pace, you'll have plenty of room free from distraction as Village Bowl gives league bowlers a courtesy lane separating them from the open play. Lane courtesy should always be used and taught to open bowlers. Respect for a man's sport protects his way of life!
 

 

300 List Men "Perfect Score"

F. Barbosa (2), T. Bennett (3), B. Bills (3), J. Butcher, C. Carrol, G. Chewens, T. Conner (2), D. Cook (4), J. Copenhaver (4), H. Counoyer, J. Cournoyer,
M. Cummings, J. Doolen, B. Dowming, C. Farris, M. Flamand (2), M. Gallagher, D. Gass, L. Geyer, G. Givens, W. Hall, B. Harbuck, T. Harman, 
D. Harrison (7), D. Hauk (3), S. Hauk (23), J. Hendrixson (4), S. Hicks, J. Hoffman (4), D. Hollis, K. Honeycutt, T. Hunter (2), K. Jeffries, S. Johnson (3), 
T. Kee (2), D. Keltner (2), N. Keltner (3), G. Keith, L. Kendall, S. Keyser, D. LaPlante, B. Lowe, R. Luna, T. Matthews (4), E. McCauley, 
R. McCauley (2), B. McClure (8), R. Molet, J. Morton (12), J. Musick (2), R. Nason (3), W. Obermier, G. Parish, B. Person (3), B. Peterson, D. Peters,
M. Plain, M. Pope (10), N. Pope (9), B. Quillen, J. Raub (2), D. Rhodes, A. Ricketts, G. Roberts (2), H. Rorjie, K. Russell, D. Salazar (2), 
J. Schmidt, T. Scott, T. Scott (2), C. Smith, L. Shaw, R. Stanley, J. Stender (2), P. Tack, K. Thompson (4), B. Tipton (2) , C. Tipton (3), E. Tschabold, S. Vallier,
D. Watson, M. Wells (4), J. Witt, T. Wolliss (3)

 

300 List women "Perfect Score"


J. Chewens, R. Marshall, F. Minton, K. Pope (10), S. Pope ,R. Kisinger