Wheelchair bowling is played much like able-bodied bowling. Bowlers can use different size balls and use different throwing or rolling techniques to get a strike. For those that don't have the strength to throw or roll the ball on their own, a ramp is used to position and assist rolling the ball down the alley.
Weekly bowling on Tuesday nights with 4 lanes reserved, starting at 6:30, ending at 9:30.
AMF Bowlero 11737 W. Burleigh St. Wauwatosa.
Up to 5 people per lane. 3 games per person.
Starting on July 6, 2021.
This is open bowling, you do not have to come every week, you can contact Allen Neu at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-617-4870 if you have any questions or to confirm your participation for any specific date.
WASA Members and Veterans bowl free. Veterans receive a free WASA membership, just sign up when you bowl the first time.
Members are encouraged to bring a friend(s) to bowl for the added enjoyment and companionship. Spectators are also welcome.
Non-WASA members get three free trial weeks, after three weeks they have to join WASA to continue bowling for free. Membership can be purchased by paying $10 per week for 5 weeks.
Open to any bowlers, disabled and able body bowlers are welcome.
Disabled bowlers and Veterans will receive preference if we have too many bowlers on a night. We have adaptive equipment if a bowler needs special gear to bowl (snap handle balls or ramps). Please contact Allen Neu at email@example.com or 414-617-4870 to discuss any special needs.
A USBC singles league can be included for any bowlers who wants to earn a sanctioned average for tournament bowling.