Raise a Glass to Freedom: Wed. July 5th

Celebrate our independence and the the first day in Turbo Bocce history that ride sharing will be available!

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By way of celebration we will be drinking our faces off, but in a safe way; meaning anybody who promises not to drive home gets free drinks! We will also be celebrating America’s independence with patriotic music (think Hamilton!) and sparklers! Oh and bocce, of course!

Every year on the week of 4th of July Turbo Bocce holds a “make up week.” This is an extra week added to our 10 week schedule to allow people to make up games they might have missed in the first half of the season … Read More »

June 10th Bocce Tournament!

Come check out our first tournament of the season; a random draw tournament on Saturday June 10th, that I think will help kick our season off right, by allowing you to meet and play with all kinds of new people.

Here are the details:

No need to have a partner, you’ll be randomly placed with a different partner during each round of the tournament.  Its a great way to meet new people, and play different styles of bocce!

 

We draw for partners at Noon, so show up on time.

 

Its totally free to play, and if you want beer provided all day it will cost you only $20.

 

Double elimination!

 

Tell your friends.  This is a great way to come check out Turbo Bocce without commitment.

 

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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 »