immaculate and cozy green and clubhouse is maintained via a joint
relationship with the City of Palo Alto Parks and Recreation Department
along with a wonderful cadre of volunteer members. Please see the
calendar section for all the schedules, tournaments and, of course,
the social functions. What other sport offers people of all ages
so many pizza, chicken, chili, etc., picnics in the park or dinners
in the clubhouse?
there is no better deal in town. Try bowling for free (we even loan
you bowls). There is a $20 initiation fee to cover your badge, key,
etc. and then full club membership is only $135 per year - (Dual Members are $80, Associates are $30) however
many times you attend, however many times you bowl! Everyone is
welcome to visit, watch games and to receive instruction from experienced
coaches using club bowls. All you need is a pair of flat-soled shoes
that will not mark the grass. Fellow bowlers that come from all
corners of the world are always available to help advise too.
club house and/or greens is available for rental for a limited number
of events per year. Please send an email to Penny Bayless: email@example.com.
(1 year term)
(2 year term)
Fees and Application:
Full club membership is only $135 per year
Dual Members are $80 per year
Associates are $30 per year (no bowling privledges)
There is a $20 initiation fee to cover your badge, key,
etc. The annual fee is pro-rated.
download a membership application, click Download
Application (requires PDF reader)
Member actions and committees are the life blood of our self-sustaining
club model. Please see Members
section for how else you can help contribute to preserving and growing
saw us celebrating our 75th Anniversary.
See Club History
for a complete review.
Street 1912. Still unpaved!
Alto Daily News covered our 75th Anniversary, Sunday,
August 3rd, 2008
the lawn bowling public relations coup of the decade, our club was
featured on the cover and a number of inside pages of the June 22,
2005 issue of the Palo Alto Weekly. This local paper is mailed to
all residents, and is generally available throughout the city. Click
here for The Bowling Green article.
thanks to photographer Nicholas Wright for his excellent photos
and diligence visiting us with all his cameras on a number of occasions.