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Welcome to Westside Lanes

Hi! Westside Lanes is located at the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks in Central Missouri.  No more than 30 minutes from anywhere on the Lake.  Totally remodeled in 2006, with state of the art automatic scoring,  a rockin' sound system and amusement area.  To satisfy your hunger and thirst needs we offer a family dining restaurant, snack bar, pizza, and a full service bar. 

 BOWLING CENTER WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. WE WILL REOPEN WITH OUR REGULAR HOURS AT 2:00PM SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28.

                                                                                               

Pricing & Hours of Operation:

 Lanes are available for open play any time we are open except Tuesday and Wednesday after 5:00pm.

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Monday 11:30am - 3:30pm  
Tuesday Noon - 10:00pm  
Wednesday Noon - 9:30pm  
Thursday 11:30am - 9:30pm  
Friday 11:00am - 10:00pm  
Saturday 6:00pm - 10:00pm  
Sunday 2:00pm - 6:00pm  
 
Open play rates:
Adults $3.50/game person
11 & under $2.50/game child
shoe rental $1.50
   

Major credit cards accepted.

BOWLING CENTER IS SMOKE FREE ON SUNDAYS

 

Specials

Friday is Seniors Day
55 years & older: $1.75 per game from 11am - 6pm - Lanes freshly oiled

Family Pack Special
$35.00 gets one hour of bowling for six including shoe rental, a medium pizza and four fountain sodas. Available Fridays after 6:00pm and Saturdays.

Sunday is "QUARTER DAY"
$5.00 cover per person entitles each person to unlimited $.25 per game bowling, $.25 shoe rental, $.50 popcorn, $.75 soft drinks, $.75 hot dogs and reduced domestic draw beer prices. Special is available from 2:00pm until close at 6:00pm.

News

HONORS SCORES FOR 2012 - 13

New all time house scratch series 817. Gary Wiemers shot games of 269,269 & 279 during the Tuesday After Niners League.  Gary continued with a hot hand in the Summer Scratch league recording a 299.  Ray Hess became the first bowler in the Senior Mixed League to shoot a 300.  Newcomer, Adam Lowrance shot a 300 in the Thursday Night Men's League followed by David James the last night of the league with another perfect 300. Doug Anderson battled the 45' oil pattern to score a 299 in the Tuesday After 9er League.

During the Friday Nite "NO TAP" Howard Gaston shot a "natural" 300 without the help of any no tap strikes. Chris Twomey repeated his perfect game from last year in the Monday Nite Mixed League. Again that ten pin stopped perfection leaving Elbert Parden with a 299 in the Tuesday evening men's league.

HONORS SCORES FOR 2011 - 12

This year's "USBC Annual Tournament" was highlighted by a perfect 300 game from Chris Twomey.  Gary Wiemers beat the heavy oil pattern on Tuesday After Niners shooting another 300.

The dreaded 10 pin derailed David James from his perfect game, leaving him a 299 in the Tuesday Night Men's League. Bill Lagergren shot a 299 in the Thursday Night Men's League. Aaron Hickerson was also cursed by the 10 pin, shooting a 299 in the summer Scratch League.

HONORS SCORES FOR 2010 - 11

Tied for high scratch series of 803 are Gary Wiemers "Senior Classic League" and Elbert Parden "USBC Annual Tournament." Shooting honor scores during league play are Elbert Parden with two 300's, Bill Lagergren and Doug Anderson with 299's and Jeff Chorpening with a 298.

HONORS SCORES FOR 2009 - 10

Congratulations to Elbert Parden for shooting a scratch 802 series in the Thursday Night Men's League. This is the first 800 series in the 36 year history of this bowling center. Honor scores for the season have started with two 300's by Gary Wiemers (Tuesday After 9ers & USBC Association Tournament), & one by Jay Flinn (Tournament), Nick Ault (Tournament) & Elbert Parden (Thursday Men)

HONORS SCORES FOR 2008 - 09

Honor scores rolled for the 2008 - 9 season - 300's for Jim Clary, Dick Byersdorfer (Thursday Men), Jim Minogue (Wednesday Mixed) & Max Gustafson (Tuesday After 9ers). 299's for Gary Wiemers (Thursday Men), Mark Rexroad (Tuesday After 9ers), Elbert Parden & Max Gustafson (Tournament play).

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