I am an aspiring writer, passionate traveller, beach loving mother of one from the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
Published May 11th 2014
Bare those tootsies and play barefoot bowls
Slip off the work shoes and get some barefoot action on the bowling green Friday or Saturday evenings. Barefoot bowls is a great way to end the working week and get a bit of exercise. A session can cost as little as $2 to $5 per person, depending on the club. You don't need any special shoes or equipment as you play barefoot and the lawn bowls are provided. It's not just for retirees. Even children may play barefoot bowls at some clubs depending on their age and the club policy.
No special equipment required for Barefoot Bowls at Club Kawana Source: Club Kawana website
Recently a group of twelve of us got together at Club Kawana. Expert tuition was provided by club members and by the end of the session, with persistence and a few giggles, we were all getting the hang of it. Bowlers are able to buy a drink at happy hour and sip between bowling too if they wish. Meals can be purchased afterwards at the club restaurant to round off a fun night. For more information on bowls and to check out your nearest bowls club see the Bowls Queensland website and get out there on the greens.