How Much Does Bowling Ball Drilling Cost?

Bowling ball drilling is simply the process of creating new finger holes in the bowling ball by using a drill.

If you are a professional bowler or simply an avid player of the sport, you probably already know the holes in the bowling ball can have a large impact on how well you play the game.

When you purchase a brand new ball, it will usually be solid and will not have the holes pre-drilled.  Because of this, it must be drilled in accordance with the measurement of your fingers.  Since this customization is usually done at a pro shop or sporting goods store, it may be an additional cost, depending on the company policy.

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Average Reported Cost: $55

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  1. Christopher Johnson (Milwaukee,  Wisconsin) paid $55 and said:

    $55 for custom fitting and drilling. Tips and slug not included but offered for an additional $25. Expensive if you ask me.

    Was it worth it? No

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