Bowlodrome under new ownership, will now be called Southern Lanes

September 18, 2021 | 12:09 am

Updated September 18, 2021 | 12:26 am

The Owensboro Bowlodrome and Club 300 on E. 14th Street changed ownership last month. Don Litten, the owner of Southern Lanes in Bowling Green, purchased the Owensboro bowling alley last month and has plans to renovate the facility, expand seating, and add activities. 

The establishment will assume the name of Southern Lanes and feature 16 lanes, laser tag, bumper cars, redemption arcade, full-service snack bar, dining area, lounge, and pro shop. Group pricing and rentals are also available, as well as corporate and birthday party packages. 

The website indicates that Club 300 will remain a staple in the facility, offering a wide array of cocktails, drinks, and karaoke. 

For more information about the new facility or to join a fall league, visit their website here

Susan Dockery owned Bowlodrome for 8 years. The bowling alley and bar was purchased by Dockery’s husband in 2013. In April 2021, she said she was ready to sell the 20,000 square-foot facility

Litten has intentions of re-opening the bowling alley in November. 

Southern Lanes began as a family business in Bowling Green in 1984 under the mantra, ‘Put the Bowl back in Bowling Green.’ Owensboro will mark the third location for the group, which also has a spot in Hopkinsville. 

September 18, 2021 | 12:09 am

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