I compete with myself, working towards putting each bowl in a better position than the last
You can bowl when you want and play with different people each time
It’s easy to play but sooooo... hard to master. Once you’re hooked, you’ll wish you’d started years ago
Start bowling because it’s fun
Then everything goes quiet, and it’s just you, the grass, the bowl, and the jack
I enjoy waking up excited on the morning of a tournament
Cosburn offers the best bowling for your buck—daytime, evenings and weekends from May to October
Lawn bowling gets me outdoors with friends
At Cosburn, you can find yourself competing against a provincial or national champion—and actually hold your own!
Step 1: Renew your membership
Step 2: Book a rink
Step 3: Pack your bowls bag
Don’t forget: a mask
a teatowel, a pen, and a water bottle.
PHOTOS COURTESY DWAYNE HAUCK
Ready to play?
Step 1. Renew your membership
NEW BOWLERS: If you’re a first-year bowler, we’re not yet able to offer you the initial training you’ll need to bowl successfully. We appreciate your patience. For more information, please contact us.
BOWLERS FROM OTHER CLUBS: Many clubs have not opened yet, and we hope you’ll support your home club when it opens. In the meantime, you may be interested in our Monthly Membership.
THE NEW OLBA WAIVER: The OLBA is requiring all members to sign a new waiver. After you renew your membership, you’ll be directed to our waiver service where you can read the waiver and sign electronically. (Or you can sign the waiver at the club before you bowl.)
Step 2. Book a rink
Once you’ve signed the waiver, you’ll be directed to our online booking system where you can reserve a rink. You can bowl five days a week, and choose from morning, afternoon or evening sessions.
Step 3. Start bowling!
Don’t forget to bring a mask. You should also bring a teatowel, a pen, and a water bottle.