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 Build a Bocce Court

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The primary consideration when addressing bocce court construction should be the playing surface. Keep in mind that no matter how aesthetically pleasing a bocce court is, nor how expensive the drainage system, if it has an inferior surface it will get less use! A premium surface should play fast, have minimal bounce, and be easy to maintain.

Bocce courts are typically unique in design and construction when compared to each other. Length, width, choice of materials, and even the playing surface have a certain arbitrary nature to them. While some dispute that Bocce is the fastest growing activity in the United States, Bocce courts are becoming commonplace and seemingly everyone has played. Whether you are interested in a court for private use or you represent a municipality, take advantage of our knowledge and willingness to help. We have consulted private individuals with a passion for bocce, as well some of the largest developers in the country. We sell bulk oyster blend for you to surface your own court. Boccemon is dedicated to quality. If you don't see a way to buy from us online, call or email and we will work out the details with you. . If you have Bocce needs, let Boccemon help. Looking for bid?

We enjoy examining most details and we want to help prepare you for everything. Will you need ball racks? Do you intend to use the back walls for rebounding? Have you included access for players who are physically challenged or possibly dependent on a wheelchair? What about a scoreboard? Lights without glare? We also offer a number of options for covering outdoor courts.

These are just a few important considerations, and we have suggestions and solutions for how to address them.

Please feel free to print our materials list for a 10' x 60' bocce court, and buy our Ten Steps to a Bocce Court instructional CD

Boccemon Materials Conversion Worksheet

 


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Regarding Oyster courts...if you have an hour and a half, rent Rocky Marciano, starring George C. Scott.

tom@boccemon.com