Ten-pin bowling is a popular form of bowling in which players roll a ball down a long, narrow lane towards a set of ten pins arranged in a triangular formation. The objective of the game is to knock down as many pins as possible with each roll of the ball.
The main difference between ten-pin bowling and other forms of bowling is the number of pins used. In traditional bowling, also known as five-pin bowling, only five pins are used. However, in ten-pin bowling, as the name suggests, ten pins are used.
Another key difference between the two forms of bowling is the size and weight of the ball used. In ten-pin bowling, the ball is typically larger and heavier than in traditional bowling, with a weight range of 10 to 16 pounds. The pins are also larger and heavier than in traditional bowling, and are arranged in a triangular formation with the headpin at the center.
Ten-pin bowling also has a different scoring system than traditional bowling. In traditional bowling, players earn one point for each pin they knock down. However, in ten-pin bowling, players earn points based on the number of pins they knock down with each roll, with bonus points awarded for strikes and spares.
Ten-pin bowling is a popular recreational activity and sport, played by millions of people around the world. It is commonly found in bowling alleys and entertainment centers, and is enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels.