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Title The A to Zen of Lawn Bowls
Authors Barry Salter and John Bliss
Publisher Pan Macmillan Australia Pty Limited, Sydney, Australia
First published 1997
ISBN 0-330-36004-3
Edition reviewed 1st
Hardback/softback Softback
List price $A19.95
Cover size (cm)
(height x width)
22.6 x 15.1
Number of pages 194
Number of pages with Coloured photos Black & white photos Line drawings
  None 12 28
Synopsis This book is presented to you in three sections. The first section, 'Beginners', is written for the person who may have spent an idle half-hour hanging over the fence at the local bowling club, wondering just what was going on there. You may even have thought that this was a game only for the elderly or retired person; however, this book will soon show you otherwise. The second section, entitled 'Bowlers', is for the person who has already discovered this great game of ours and wishes to learn more about it and improve their skills and approach to the game. The third section, 'The Bowler's Mind', is where all the real secrets about good bowling are and shows you that this is a game for the thinker, not the ham-fisted.