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We went on a Saturday and bowled for an hour. They had a lane open when we got there. With 3 people we bowled two games in an hour. It was so HOT in there. I don’t know if the air doesn’t work or they...More
I came to Professor Bowl for the Boom Scratch Doubles tournament and had such a wonderful time. It is definitely a different construction for a bowling alley since it is on a hill. Everyone at the bowling alley was so nice and made us feel...More
We’re in an RV on our way to Texas and stopped in Little Rock for a couple of days. Love to bowl, so came here based on reviews, arriving shortly after it opened at noon.
As usual, Trip Advisor was right on. The place was...More
Well maybe it’s time for an upgrade here but it’s still fun! The lanes are actually in pretty good shape. The video boards do need to be replaced as ours on lane 34 was almost impossible to read... Food is Ok and you can drink...More
we are from Mississippi and looked this place up. It was a little hard to find but we were not disappointed. This was a fun, clean venue. They have a special on Sunday that you can bowl 2 games with shoes included for $6 per...More
In all my bowling tournaments and travels, I've never seen a two story bowling alley. On the side of a hill, the bowling lanes are on the 1st floor, and the lounge room, recreation room on the bottom floor. There are at least 3 stairways...More
This is an interesting bowling center. First to get your equipment to the lanes you have to climb a lot of stairs or walk to the back of the building to go up a ramp which brings you back to the front of the building....More
We were here for a tournament and it unusual to have to climb stairs or go up a ramp to get in the building. It doesn't look anything like a bowling alley from the outside. Once inside, you can tell it is a little older,...More
Our GPS took us to the back entrance to the bowling lanes. There were NO signs indicating that it was a bowling alley. It looked like an old 2-story motel. If I hadn't seen pictures of this view, we would've driven to the other bowling...More