Although nine pin bowling (the term classical nine pin bowling is also used) was already played in ancient Egypt, today this game is especially popular in Germany, where there are 80 thousand an active hobbyist.
In Estonia, more is known about bowling, which in its nature is relatively similar to nine pin bowling, but still a fundamentally different game. Above all, there is a difference in the number of pins, which is 9 in nine pin bowling (10 in bowling), the placement of the pins, and the size of the ball thrown, which is smaller in nine pin bowling. The ball has no holes and is thrown holding the bottom. There are many more differences compared to bowling, which you will get an idea of when you visit the Mustamäe nine pin bowling alley! Come and get acquainted with this extremely addictive game!
Visit also Estonia Nine Pin Association website: www.evml.ee