Hit the lanes at Xtreme Bowling – pay R20 for two games per person (save 60%)
- Save 60% on 2 games for one night
- Buy as many Groupons as you like
- Great music and vibe
- Only one Groupon per visit
- Groupons redeemable for up to 6 months
- Groupons issued and valid once deal closes
- Both games must be played on same night
- Not open on Monday
If you’ve tried your hand at bowls, taken a stab at cricket bowling or attempted bowling someone off their feet all without much success, maybe you just haven’t found your niche yet. Give ten pin bowling a shot with today’s Groupon – play two games at Xtreme Bowling for R20. At such an affordable price you can stock up on this deal and become a seasoned bowler in no time.
Xtreme Bowling takes ten pin bowling to the 11th level. The alley offers beats as solid as the bowling balls and is one of the few party places that won’t throw you out for knocking things over. However don’t be surprised if an eight year old beats you with a turkey. That’s three strikes in a row, not a kid attempting to clobber you down with a giant frozen bird.
Whether you’re a pro wanting to flaunt your perfect strokers, crankers and croakers or a newbie looking to practice staying upright under the weight of the ball, this Groupon is for you. The alley is famous for the ample amount of beginner’s luck stored beneath the floorboards. Learn to put some spin on it, practice the helicopter and get to know every groove and hold spot on the lanes. Perfect your angle, arc, backswing and hook to become the team anchor-man. For the rookies out there, that’s the best player that usually plays last, not the team gossiper. When someone comments on your great ARSE, they mean you have a great angle, release, speed and equipment so refrain from punching him in the face. However if it’s a barmaid, don’t be afraid to go for a full hit.
If you’re not quite following, best you make use of today’s Groupon and get some first hand experience on the lanes. Click here to brush up on your bowling lingo so you don’t look like a complete junk baller.
Bowling fact: Before the invention of bowling pins, English gentlemen used their children as pins for ten pin bowling. This is the main reason for them having so many children. For fear of the children’s safety, the gentlemen used scatter cushions as bowling balls. The children then had to pretend to fall over dramatically when the cushion came flying their way.