Fowling—bowling with a football, the rage in Detroit and poised to spread across America

Nov 7, 2017

Fowling utilizes regulation bowling pins with a truncated alley and a football.
Credit THOMAS WILMER

Fowling--bowling with a football started as a lark fifteen years ago has become the rage in Hamtramck, Michigan and it’s poised to spread across the country. Come along and join Chris Hutt, the inventor of fowling (pronounced FOH-ling), at his 20 lane Fowling Warehouse, complete with two bars. Discover why thousands of Midwesterners and Canadians love the game. 

Chris Hutt (Left) with Tom Wilmer and Hamtramck, Michigan City Manager Kathy Angerer
Credit Vaughn Lowery
Fowling Logo
Credit Fowling Warehouse

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