Join Calgary Lawn Bowling Club. We play outside- Lawn bowling is Calgary’s best kept secret

The Calgary Lawn Bowling Club, a vibrant non-profit and social club established in 1923, thrives on the dedication of its volunteers. The club passionately promotes lawn bowling to all ages and abilities, fostering a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment in the southwest community of Spruce Cliff. Its world-class lawn bowling facility boasts two of the best greens in all of Canada.

We’ve gone outside to play- Lawn bowling is our sport

Lawn Bowls caters to a diverse audience, offering enjoyment for everyone! Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player, this game is both easily accessible and socially inclusive. Getting started is a breeze – just slip on some flat, hell-less footwear, and we’ll take care of the rest!

  Our bowls are at your disposal, requiring only flat-soled shoes.

Amazing Value. Play or practise as often as you like

Improve your balance, coordination and flexibility and engage your mind in a precision sport that relieves stress

Single welcome. You don’t need to join a team – play with new people every game

Friendly, Casual and inclusive. Home of Pride Lawn Bowling

Calgary Lawn Bowling Club is the home of many top players from the Provincial and Canada’s National Team. 

Become A Member

Membership entails participation in leagues, social events, and the option to drop in daily from May to September.

Registration for 2024 is now available.

 New Members & Guests Always Welcome

Our season is expected to start May 20 and run through to the end of September depending on weather.

The annual fees for 2024 will be $125.00 for new bowlers and $140.00 for returning members.

Your membership allows you to participate in all club leagues and events. Saturday Jitneys have a $2.00 fee that goes into the prize pool, and some special events have a nominal fee to cover food costs and prize money.

All members have access to the club’s inventory of Bowls, so no need to purchase bowls if you do not already own a set.

Lessons are provided for new bowlers to get everyone comfortable with basic play andtechnique. An introductory lesson is $25.00 which is deducted from your membership fee if you decide to join. We have drop in sessions

scheduled for introductory lessons on May 21, 27, and 28, at 6:30 PM, or you can show up on Monday evenings from June 3.

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Low  Membership Fee

  •  All you need are flat-soled shoes.
  • Enjoy access to the greens and play at your convenience. Participate in the Club’s leagues throughout the season.
  • Compete in any of the club’s tournaments held during the season.
  • Join open tournaments hosted by other clubs, including provincial qualifiers leading to national championships.
  • Participate in various social events organized by the club. Benefit from discounted rentals for the greens or clubhouse.

What is Lawn Bowling?

The goal of bowls is to skillfully roll your bowls as close to the target as possible. With the dynamic interplay of setting up your scoring strategy and defending your points, the game of bowls offers a continuously evolving challenge.

Lawn Bowls caters to a diverse audience, making it a game for everyone! Its simplicity, social nature, and inclusivity make it easy to learn and enjoy. Getting started is a breeze—all you require is flat, heel-less footwear; we’ll take care of the rest!

Club Games/Leagues

Social Bowlers League

Monday Evening 6:30 PM

Join us for Social & New Bowler Play on the greens in this flexible drop-in format! Feel free to attend as many weeks as you like. Teams are randomly drawn each evening, and we spice things up with a variety of formats. The main emphasis is on creating a social and enjoyable atmosphere for everyone to have a great time on the greens!

Two – Four- Two  League

Wednesday Evening 6:45 PM

Season pre-registration is mandatory. A schedule has been devised to ensure that each division’s participants have the opportunity to compete against one another twice. The game format involves one bowler (the lead and skips) handling the bowls, while the other player takes charge of the second and third bowls during the first end. The roles then switch for subsequent ends (e.g., the second end and the third end). Typically, our games consist of 12 or 14 ends. Ideally there will be a social and competitive division.

Ultimate Bowls League

Tuesday Morning 9:45 AM

This is a weekly drop-in league where you can participate on any week that fits your schedule. Teams are randomly selected each week, making it an inclusive and flexible format. Players of all skill levels are encouraged to join and enjoy the friendly competition.

Cut Throat  League

Thursday Evening 6:30 PM

 In this weekly drop-in league, participants engage in individual play against two opponents each week. Scorecards will be distributed at the clubhouse, providing information about the opponents and the assigned green for the game.

Pride Lawn Bowling League

Tuesday Evening 6:30 PM

This is a weekly drop-in league. All players are welcome to play and focus is on social play.

Saturday & Holiday Monday Jitneys

Saturday & Holiday Monday 12:30 PM


Each week players must enter their name onto the table by 12:30pm and teams are drawn from the players who are present.  Two games of 10 ends are played with a break for goodies in the middle.  A $2 is collected each week and goes towards prize money that day and helps cover the kitchen costs. Players of all levels are welcomed.

Trophy Days

Only CLBC Members are able to play in trophies. Players are grouped into teams. The event consists of three games, and the teams remain intact throughout all three matches. Players bring their own lunch and an afternoon treat is provided.  participants need to submit their names by 10:15 am.

Calgary Lawn Bowling Club hosts many other events throughout the season; please check our  Calendar for updated   Events Info

Calgary Lawn Bowling Club

3375 Spruce Dr. SW Calgary, AB T3C 3A3

Land Acknowledgement

In the spirit of respect, reciprocity, and truth, we extend our gratitude and recognition to Moh’kinsstis, acknowledging the traditional Treaty 7 territory and oral practices of the Blackfoot confederacy: Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, as well as the Iyarhe Nakoda and Tsuut’ina nations. We also acknowledge the presence of the Otipemisiwak Métis Government of the Métis Nation within Alberta District 6 in this territory.

As the Calgary Lawn Bowling Club, we appreciate and honor the diverse communities that call this land home, including all Nations – Indigenous and non-Indigenous – who live, work, and play here. This sacred gathering place not only connects us with our rich cultural heritage but also serves as a platform for fostering reconciliation.

We express our sincere thanks for your enthusiasm and commitment to join our team on the lands of Treaty 7 territory, where the sport of lawn bowling brings people together in the spirit of camaraderie and shared enjoyment.

Thank you to our sponsors 

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