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 are not really interacting … Read More »

Create Your Own Turbo Bocce League

The Turbo Bocce league started with 16 friends playing bocce in someone’s back yard.  Now we have over three hundred members and our own field.  You can do the same!

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Why would you want to start your own bocce league?  Well,  its easy, there is very little overhead (possibly none), and we are here to help.  Oh yea, and its a ton of fun!

Did you know bocce is America’s most social sport?

Organizing your own bocce league allows you to meet new people, and become a beacon for social gathering in your community.

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Look For Syracuse St. Pat’s Parade Turbo Bocce Float

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The St. Patrick’s Day Parade is Satruday March 12th, at Noon.  If you would like to join the fun and march with us email paul@turbobocce.com, everyone is invited!

UPDATE: The Turbo Bocce float will be in the second to last group, so look for our float any time between 1:00 pm and 2:30 pm depending on where you happen to be standing along the parade route. http://syracusestpatricksparade.org/doc…/2016greensheets.pdf

 

#TBT: Throw Back Tourney

Saturday October 17th at 11am we will be playing a tournament at the place where it all started – Upper Onondaga Park, Strathmore – the site of Turbo Bocce’s first ever championship.

Address is 655 Onondaga Ave, Syracuse, NY 13207.  When you pull in, we will be on the right in front of the water.

 

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This will be a 2 on 2 tournament.  Double elimination.  Blind draw.  The cost to play will be $10, and cover a prize for the winner and some food/beer at Swallows after.  It will be BYOB during the actual tournament.

SU is playing Virginia at 3:30, and we are going … Read More »