Brunswick Pro Bowling rolls in with a utilitarian presentation. It does everything it needs to, but not much else. There are six different lanes to choose from, though there isn't much to look at. The game is aiming for realism over anything else, so don't expect themed lanes with tombstones as pins or anything like that. At best, you'll see a few neon-laden lanes and a few flashing lights, evoking an "after hours" bowling alley look.
Character models are locked into particular appearances, though you can purchase new clothes and bowling balls through the Pro Shop option. Though it doesn't offer the same level of depth found in other bowling games, it's something. Still, there's little here to get overly excited about.
If finding new shirts and pants isn't appealing, it's worth it to look at the various bowling balls. Each has a different rating, one of the few stats that matters during gameplay.
Music is about as scarce as the customization options. Sticking with the realism, there are a handful of ambient bowling alley noises as well as a looping background track.