Kinburn Bowling Club
Come bowling and putting with us!
Who are we?
Kinburn Bowling Club is a friendly bowling club conveniently located close to
St. Andrews town centre in sunny Kinburn Park, one of St.Andrews' top tourist attractions.
We also offer both bowling and putting for visitors at a convenient location close to
the town centre and parking.
The 2018 season
Kinburn Bowling Club President, Management Committee and Members.
Look forward to welcoming New Members and Visitors to the Bowling and
Putting greens in 2018.
Bowling Green Opening Day
'Opening Day' is Saturday 14th April , at 2-00p.m.
Starts our Bowling Season for 2018.
Chicken and Egg nights
Our popular Chicken and Egg nights start on Monday 23rd April, 2018.
Continue every Monday Evening at 6-00 pm. throughout the season.
Members £1 and Non-members. £2
Non members, existing bowlers and those wanting to try the game are welcome.
Competition winner, with the Highest score takes the Chicken and the person with
the lowest score, the Eggs.
East Fife Bowling League (EFBL)
Kinburn B.C.also play in the East Fife Bowling League, District 7.
We play a series of Home and Away Matches against Anstruther,
Crail, Elie, Lundin, St.Monans and Pittenweem Bowling Clubs.
League Matches, normally played Wednesday Evenings, start at 6-30p.m.
We operate a Car Share scheme to each away fixture.
( See " Fixtures and Results 2018 " section )
Kinburn Match Secretary holds the Presidency of this League for
the 2018 season.
Kinburn B C will therefore hold the "League Plaque" Competition
on Saturday18th August 2018.
New Members wishing to play in this E.F.L. during the 2018
season are always welcome.
Kinburn Friendlies. (Mixed Triples)
KInburn Bowlers (Ladies and Gents) always enjoy our Annual Programme of Friendly Matches. This seasons programme will see us playing against fellow bowlers from Balmullo, Cupar Old, Guardbridge, Kemback Bowling Clubs.
With Kinburn Ladies playing against Lundin and St.Andrews Bowling Clubs.
( See Fixtures and Results 2018 section.)
Kinburn Bowling Green in winter