BOWLING’S GOLDEN AGE
Bowling gained major popularity in the United States after World War II. New audiences experienced bowling thanks to groundbreaking live television broadcasts of tournaments. Alleys sprouted up across communities, making bowling accessible to first-timers. And star rollers shined in the BPAA All-Star Tournament, bringing excitement and fanfare to the competitive circuit. Learn more about the beginning of bowling’s golden age in the late 1940s and 1950s.