Bowlers with a hearing impairment can bowl for Deaf Lawn Bowls WA (DLBWA), which is a subdivision of the WA Deaf Recreation Association and the national body is Deaf Sport Australia. Typically, bowlers with a hearing impairment bowl for a mainstream club as well as for DLBWA.
People who are born deaf or became deaf at an early age (before language acquisition). Deaf people identify themselves as part of a Deaf Culture and Community and are likely to use Auslan (Australian Sign Language) as a first or preferred language.
| Year ||Winner||Club||Runner-Up||Club|
|2020||Greg Strachan||Gosnells||David Ravlich||Cockburn|
|2019||David Ravlich||Cockburn||Barrie Bywater||Toodyay|
|2018||Greg Strachan||Gosnells||David Ravlich||Cockburn|
|2017||Trevor Heal||n/a||Kevin King||n/a|
| 2016||Harry Hughes||Nollamara||Harry Wong||Belmont City|
| 2015 ||David Ravlich||Cockburn||Harry Wong||Belmont City|
|Year||Lead Name||Club||Skip Name||Club|
|2020||Greg Strachan||Gosnells||Robert Scott||Gosnells|
|2019||Barrie Bywater||Toodyay||David Ravlich||Cockburn|
|2018||Andrew McLean||Belmont City||Harry Wong||Belmont City|
|2017||Ann Langford||Kardinya||John McKenzie||Gosnells|
|2016||Robert Scott||Nollamara||Harry Hughes||Nollamara|
|2015||David Ravlich||Cockburn||Peter Best||Cockburn|