Yes there are, but they are actually few in number and most of them are symptoms of the big 2.
Fusarium, Localised Dry Patch, Thatch Fungus, Compaction, Spongy Surface, Slow Green, Bumpy Surface, Anthracnose Disease, Dollar Spot, Thatch, Slime, Algae, Fairy Ring, Moss, Leatherjackets, Poor grass growth, Annual Meadow Grass, Weeds, Pearlwort, Angry members, Excessive water costs, etc etc…blah blah blah.
I could go on for a long time with that list.
This is another composite question from the search results on the site this month. About 40 people so far have typed in something like “I’ve got problems on my bowling green”
As regulars know there are only 2 problems on bowling greens; thatch and compaction and everything else is simply a symptom of these two.
So the question should maybe be:
How do bowling greens succumb to thatch and compaction?
Answer: Inappropriate Maintenance Practices.
The Circle of Decline explains this fully.