Wisconsin seniors begin their state bowling championship on February 10.
The 37th annual senior tournament features teams of people 55 and older bowling with others around their skill level.
The tournament provides a chance for seniors to spend time bowling with friends with a little bit of added friendly competition.
"We've had an increase in this (tournament) because of baby boomers reaching the age of 55," describes Richard Hall, Director for Wisconsin State Bowling.
Hall continues, "They come over to this tournament because it is a little smaller and yet growing but it is not as competitive as with the younger bowlers and stuff like that."
The tournament features 12 weekends of bowling, with prizes for bowlers awarded at the end.
Teams of four will compete at All Star Lanes in La Crosse with singles and doubles bowling at Pla-Mor Lanes.