There are many forms of bowling: with one of the most recent being ten-pin bowling also known as the norm. The earliest most primitive forms of bowling can be dated back to Ancient Egypt and the Roman Empire. Indeed about 2,000 years ago a similar game evolved between Roman legionaries: it entailed tossing stone objects as close as possible to other stone objects (this game became popular with Roman Soldiers, and eventually evolved into Italian Bocce, or outdoor bowling).
At VGV we aim to keep the traditional Bowling alive. Thus, we introduce to you the ‘FUN-LANE’. The bowling alley will be housed in a fabricated mock-up.
The equipment would be world class and is about 100 ft in length and 12ft width and 10ft height per lane. The lanes are synthetic and it consists of state-of-the-art automatic scoring systems and automatic electronically controlled pinsetters.
The ‘FUN-LANE’ with 5-tracks will be set across 1124 square yards with seating arrangements and snacking tables.