As a bowling enthusiast, a point may come where you decide to set up a new bowling club. This may be a scenario where you feel that the bowling club you belong to is no longer serving you well. Or it may be a scenario where you have moved to a new city where there are no bowling clubs. So you decide to set up one. Whatever the case, there are several steps you need to follow, when setting up such a club.
You have to start by getting in touch with other people who have an interest in bowling. You see, you can’t have a one-man bowling club. You need to have several members, at least. So you may need to put up ads, inviting people who have an interest in bowling to meet somewhere. If you are in an area where bowling is totally new, you may have to start by teaching people what bowling is all about. Then you can recruit those who are interested in it to be the pioneer members of your bowling club. That is how a sport spreads, by the way.
Next, you have to find premises for the new bowling club. Bowling requires special premises. But you can get any sort of place really, and work on it, to convert into a playing field suitable for bowling.
Once you have premises for the new bowling club, you need to buy the necessary bowling equipment. This shouldn’t cost you too much money. The members may contribute funds, to buy the equipment.
Once you have premises and bowling equipment, you can get the club’s activities rolling. You may need to come up with routines, outlining how the club is to operate. You may also need to come up with rules, outlining how membership fees are to be paid, to keep the club going. Further, you may have to deal with issues of admitting new members to the bowling club and how the club is to relate with other bowling clubs.