Rain Policy

There is a good likelyhood that it will rain tonight, so here is our quick rain policy. Turbo Bocce has never canceled games for any reason.  If its raining and you want to come play in the rain, go for it.  Many people do, and have lots of fun with it.  If playing in the rain isn’t your thing, feel free to skip this week.  We have make up weeks for a reason.  A second suggestion, Tuesday League players can always come and play on Wednesday when the forecast looks a little better.

How to play Turbo Bocce In 5 Easy Steps

Step 1:

Figure out who will throw first by flipping a coin. The team with first throw places the starting box wherever they want, and then throws the pallino wherever they want (as short as 5 feet from the starting box or as long as 50 feet). The player who throws the pallino must also throw the first shot of the game. The object is to get your ball as close to the pallino as possible.

Notice how he stands on the starting box, ready to throw his ball as close as possible to the pallino.

Step 2:

After the first team has taken their shot, a player … Read More »

Season Start Dates

Open House: Tuesday 5/16

Wednesday League Week 1: 5/17

Tuesday League Week 1: 5/23

 

Top 10 Reasons to Play Turbo Bocce

Turbo Bcce was invented in Syracuse with rules that make it perfect for our city.  Here are 10 more reasons to try Turbo Bocce.

#1) Playing Bocce is the absolute best way to be social and meet new people

Did you know that bocce is considered America’s most social sport? Think it over, and you’ll see why that makes sense. When you play bocce you’re standing right next to your opponents, interacting with them. In our league you’ll often find yourself sharing drinks and food with the people you are playing against. You can’t help but meet new people and make new friends. Now contrast that with other recreational sports: if you play kickball or softball you’re not really interacting with … Read More »