The ten-pin bowling alleys and mini golf centres will be reopening their strike and hole-in-one leisure venues in Leeds from Monday, May 17.
Hollywood Bowl Group said the "pins are being lowered, the bowling balls polished and the putters are being prepared".
The venues closed their doors over four months ago and are now looking forward to "getting the balls rolling" again for customers.
Each venue has renewed party packages with amusement areas and family-favourite games to keep up the competitive spirit.
Diners at the venues are also reopening for meals and refreshments.
New lane seating dividers have been installed at Hollywood Bowl, along with distinctive balls which are designated to each lane to ensure safety.
Stephen Burns, Chief Executive at Hollywood Bowl Group, said: “We’ve been counting down the days until we can reopen our Leeds Hollywood Bowl and Puttstars centres to bring back bowling and mini golf to the area.
"Our unique leisure offerings have been sorely missed, as a way to unwind and have fun with friends and family, so we’re thrilled to be reopening both venues for guests to enjoy and make memories together once again.”
Leeds' Hollywood Bowl venue is located at Cardigan Fields in Kirkstall Road and Puttstars is at The Springs retail park in Century Way.