Welcome to the
Clearwater Lawn Bowling Club
Established in 1924
A 501(c) Nonprofit Organization
Clearwater Lawn Bowls Club was established in February 1924 and has been operating continuously ever since. Our club has had many successes including multiple regional and national champions. We have two greens which allow up to 22 games to played simultaneously. The spacious clubhouse has locker rooms, an accessible bathroom, a full kitchen and a large event area with tables and chairs.
Lawn bowling (or bowls) is a sport that all ages can enjoy. The aim of the game is to have your bowl (or bowls) closest to the target (the Jack). It is not as easy as it sounds because the Jack can be up to 130 feet away and the bowls don’t roll straight!
Bowls is enjoyed by men and women, all over the world and is unique, in that, men and women play bowls on an equal basis. The game relies on skill and strategy rather than physical strength.
Want to try lawn bowls? All you need is a pair of flat soled shoes, and you're on your way. We will provide everything else you need to get started.
We welcome all visitors. Drop by to see how the game is played and give it a try!
|Tuesday||9:30am-Noon||All hours are "weather permitting"|
We are located 1.5 miles north of downtown Clearwater, just east of N. Fort Harrison Ave and just south of Sunset Point Road.
Our address is
There is ample free parking at the club.
For those on public transport, there are Jolley Trolley and Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) bus stops on Fort Harrison Street, only 300 yards from the club.
We are looking for players for a fun night of Lawn Bowling, music and laughs at our Clearwater Lawn Bowling Club, on the border of Dunedin and Clearwater.
So if your looking for something to do for a DATE NIGHT, BIRTHDAY, TEAM BUILDING, SOME FUN WITH FRIENDS OR FAMILY, GROUP EVENT, or JUST TRY SOMETHING NEW then this is for you! This is a great low impact challenge for ages 8 and up.
We provide all the equipment and instruction to get you started. However, we do request you wear flat soled or light tread shoes (to protect the greens).
|LOCATION:||1040 Calumet St, CLEARWATER, FL 33755|
|PRICE:||$10 Per Player - Snacks, water and soda available for purchase.|
|AGE:||8 and Up|
|TIME:||7:00PM-9:00PM (Arrive by 6:45PM).|
Dates Available to Reserve
If you have any questions please email us at: NightLawnBowls@yahoo.com. For larger groups or special occasions please email us at NightLawnBowls@yahoo.com so we can discuss how we can accommodate your party.
How to Play - An Overview
Lawn bowls is an outdoor game in which a ball (known as a bowl) is rolled toward a smaller stationary ball, called a jack. The object is to roll your bowls so that they come to rest nearer to the jack than those of an opponent; this is sometimes achieved by knocking aside an opponent's bowl or the jack. The bowls are not exactly symmetrical- one side is more rounded than the other, causing the bowl to curve to one side as it slows down. This is referred to as the "bias" of the bowl.
The game takes place on a large rectangle called a green. Our green has an artificial surface instead of grass, and it is divided into rinks which are each 14 feet wide. Four types of games can be played:
To begin play, a jack is rolled to the opposite end of the rink.
Then players take turns rolling their bowls, trying to get close to the jack or to knock an opponent's bowl away from the jack. Each player's bowls are distinguished by color and by a unique design on the side. When all bowls have been played by both teams, an "end" has been played. Before play begins, the number of ends to be played is decided, with 10, 12 or 14 being the most common.
The bowl closest to the target jack bowl is called "the shot" and it scores one point. If the second closest bowl is from the same team, another point is scored. If the third closest bowl is from the other team, scoring is over since an opponent's bowl is now the next closest to the jack. In this example, the team that had the shot gets two points for this end.
Only one team earns points on each end. The team with the highest number of points at the completion of the specified number of ends is the winner.
Instruction and bowls are available to new bowlers, free of charge.
(All prices include 7% sales tax)
Daily bowling rate for non-members is $10 and $5 for juniors.
* Membership is prorated for new members
If new first time members don't want to pay your dues all at once...
All payment programs are only valid within the same membership year.
Note: All participants in Southeast Division Tournaments must be a member of Bowls USA and the Southeast Division (if a resident in the Southeast Division for more than 30 days). Residents of less than 30 days must be a member of Bowls USA or World Bowls.
You or your business can be listed as our platinum sponsor.
Please contact us for more information on becoming a sponsor 727 641 9144
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor donations are used for operating expenses
and to reach our goal of installing LED lights on the greens.
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All participants in Southeast Division Tournaments must be a member of Bowls USA and the Southeast Division (if resident in the Southeast Division for more than 30 days).Residents of less than 30 days must be a member of Bowls USA or World Bowls.
- Tips, hints, advice and other information from our Club on how to improve your game and also provide information for all lawn bowlers on the rules and etiquette of the sport.
|Vice President:||Dick Judycki|
|Trophies Keys:||Bruce Miller|
|City Liaison:||Ellen O'Donnell|
|SED Delegate:||Bob Rehn|
|Social Media:||Michelle Johnston|