1 on 1 Tournament!

The showdown occurs on Saturday July 14th at 11am at our normal field on Tipp Hill, and it will last several hours.

Would you like to be known worldwide as the best bocce player in Syracuse?

Want a crown, like this one?

Bryan Mullane receives his triple crown award with the opening scene of Blackball on in the background.

The only way to do it is to win this tournament!!! The 1 on 1 tournament is the first leg of the bocce triple crown!!!  You’ve got … Read More »

Old Home Distillery Week!

Its Old Home Distillery Week! And this is a historic week in Turbo Bocce history … because we’ve had all kinds of beer available at bocce through the years, but this is our first top notch liquor tasting! Remember when we were taste-testers for Sam Adams and got to give our opinions on what new beers they should release? That was fun, but this will be better! I’m really excited … I might even have an erection right now … nope … just excited about trying this liquor.

Anyway, lets talk about what you get from Old Home Distillery Week. In addition … Read More »

Local 315 Brewing Week!

Tuesday is a big day for Turbo Bocce. First off, its not going to rain – and to celebrate Local 315 Brewing is stopping by with something special they cooked up … I call it Bocce Brew … they don’t … they call it Batch 22, but you know, tomato tomato (I’m just realizing this really only works when you actually say the word in two different ways, in print it looks exactly the same, oh well).

Did I mention its not going to rain? 81 and sunny! Perhaps we should all wear yellow tuxedos and top hats?

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Rain Policy

Turbo Bocce plays games every week no matter the weather.   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 – 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, and vice versa.