Bowling is a sport in which players attempt to score points by rolling a bowling ball along a flat surface, usually a wooden or synthetic surface, either into pins or to get close to a target ball.
There are five main variations are found in North America, varying especially in New England and parts of Canada.
- Ten-pin bowling: largest and heaviest pins, bowled with a large ball with finger holes, and the most popular size in North America
- Nine-pin bowling: pins usually attached to strings at the tops, uses a ball with finger holes candlepin: tallest pins, thin with matching ends, and bowled with a handheld ball
- duckpin: short, squat, and bowled with a handheld ball
- fivepin: tall, between duckpins and candlepins in diameter with a rubber girdle, bowled with a handheld ball, mostly found in Canada.
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