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AMF Inca Lanes

AMF Inca Lanes

  Name: AMF Inca Lanes  
  Address: 1250 W 16th St  
  City: Yuma  
  State: AZ  
  Zip: 85364  
  Phone: (928) 782-1814  
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  Website: incalanes.amfcenters.com  
  Lanes: 40  
  Lane Type: Synthetic  
  Pro Shop: Yes  
  Food: Restaurant  
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How Does AMF Inca Lanes Rate?
Votes:    313
Lanes: Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7
Food: Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7
Price: Actual Value is 4.6Actual Value is 4.6Actual Value is 4.6Actual Value is 4.6Actual Value is 4.6
Fun: Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7
Overall: Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7Actual Value is 4.7
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Comment Date: 12/10/2006 Name: J. knaub
i have always come to inca lanes just for fun, mostly after 8:00 pm on sundays. the music may not be the best, and maybe a little bit too loud, but overall its a good place to have some fun,( and i realy like thoses balck lights!).

Comment Date: 11/26/2006 Name: Josh Estep
You know as a league bowler I spend a lot of money in this bowling alley. I never thought I would see the day when the manager of this bowling alley cared more about making money than making people happy. I was at this bowling alley last night for their extreme bowling. I use this time to practice a little and have some fun. I got there around 9pm to reserve my lane. Extreme started and I started bowling. I can usually get about 12 games in on extreme which makes it worth my money. Well about 10:30pm comes around and the manager comes up to me and says she can’t have just one person on a lane and that she was going to make me bowl with more people. Now it would have been nice if she would have asked if I minded if someone could bowl with me but no she didn’t give me the opportunity for that. She demanded that I was going to have people bowl with me. So now instead of me getting to bowl about 12 games I only got to bowl 5 games. Which is still about the same price as open bowling not even league discount. And to make matters worse she put people on my lane that didn’t have shoes. So they was bowling in their sneakers and boots. Which makes it a problem for me because now I have to worry about if I’m going to fall flat on my face because they could be bringing things to the approach. Now I’m normally not a complainer but the really irritated me that the manager is more worried about making money because she don’t care about the people. Now I wonder what would happen to the bowling alley if a lot of people like me that spend well over 150 to 200 dollars a week there would leave and go to the base to bowl. This bowling center needs a new manager who cares about the people who spend a lot of money there on a regular basis and not somebody that only comes there for extreme once a month or so.

Comment Date: 11/9/2006 Name: Afraid
I like this place. I am tired of being threatened by these LEAGUE MAFIA representitives. If grown men want to use bumpers its their right. These league bullies are threatening every open bowler they talk to. Get them out and this place would be heaven again

Comment Date: 8/1/2005 Name: Anonymous
A lot of people talk about how the bowling alley is run and maintained. But as a worker I think that the “shot” that everyone is complaining about is perfectly fine! If the shot is so easy then you will be getting people shooting more 300 games and that’s not the way to find out how good someone is. I think the way the shot is, when I see someone get a 275 or better I know they had a great game and they are a good bowler. Making the shot easier is not the way to make people better. PRACTICE is the way to make someone better. If you’re not doing that good then get out and practice because the shot isn’t going to change to make it easier for you.

Comment Date: 6/10/2005 Name: Mark Wojtusiak
What a FARCE! On 6/9/05 I brought to the attention of the center manager the fact that there was a group of open bowlers (8 people to be exact) that were grown adults using the “Bumpers” to bowl. We’re not talking about little girls here, we are talking GROWN MEN, hurling the ball down the lane and joking about the way the ball just “BOUNCES” off the bumpers. Imagine my shock when the center manager said “That’s my SON and his friends!” Do you think she said anything to her SON about this? NO! She continued to allow them to bowl and have a good time. No wonder the price of everything is continuously going up in this house! We have to pay for the abuse of others, especially when the center manager will not put a stop to the abuse. It’s a crying shame that this town has a captive audience and has to bow to the fact that nothing can be changed.

Comment Date: 5/10/2005 Name: Anonymous
Inca Lanes should make a website with functionality. Market league and other event opportunities, post current league results, anything of some utility…please!

Comment Date: 4/18/2005 Name: Anonymous
What a terrible waste of an opportunity to promote the sport of bowling. Even though Yuma has only a single center (MCAS does not apply as most cannot utilize the facility) there should be some means of bettering the establishment to continue to bring patrons through the door. When talking to the manager, her opinion is that it’s the open bowlers that support the center and that is who she needs to cater too. When going past the center on weekends (open bowling time), it’s not unusual to see only a handful of cars in the parking lot, usually 5-7 cars and 3-5 of them belong to employees, that anyone can get a lane since there is normally 37 out of 40 available. It’s the league bowlers at this center that are getting hurt with all the continuous rising prices that someone should really look at how this center is run. Currently a person wishing to open bowl (league or non-league members included) lineage is an affordable $1.75, yet leagues pay $8.50 a night per person for lineage, (an amazing $2.85 per line), — WHY If the house can fill 40 lanes of 4 person teams Monday through Friday early shifts you would think that with that many people the leagues would be given a discount to keep them coming back every year. The amount of league members has and will continue to dwindle until AMF can find a center manager that is knowledgeable about center operations and is willing to work with the patrons rather than make everything all about her, then this center might just be able to get back into hosting tournaments and PBA events as was in the past before AMF hired a person to be manager based solely on how cheap she was willing to work for AMF.

Comment Date: 2/27/2005 Name: Anthony kennedy
I live in Phoenix and came down to watch the local city tournament. I was there to watch the first shift and I was amazed at all of the high scores that were being shot – it was pretty neat. Then there was a shocker, I was also there for the second shift and I could not believe the difference in the scores. It was like night and day. After a little bit of research I found out that quite a few of the bowlers that bowled in the first shift also bowled in the second as well. It was my understanding that the lane conditions for a tournament are supposed to be the same for each shift. To me there is no way that anyone can say that the shot was the same when in the first shift there were two 780 series bowled and the second shift the same bowlers could not even break a 600 series. That is a total shame and I cannot believe that ABC is even sactioning and putting their name on something that bad. I was thinking about competing and joining a league but after seeing that I think that I will stick to a sport that gives everyone the same oppotunity and is fair for all competitors like put put golf. SHAME!!! SHAME!!!! SHAME!!! SHAME!!!

Comment Date: 2/6/2005 Name: joe spencer
It’s a shame when there is a tournament going on the pro shop is closed. You can’t talk to the manager, cause she is always right. I hear a lot of bowlers that are on leagues complain alot on how things are run here. I enjoy bowling on weekends but all the complaining has sent me and my family away. Wished we had another bowling alley so we could have some fun.

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