Bocce rules are simple: there are two teams, and the match begins with a member of one team throwing a small ball, called the pallino from one end of the court to another. Then, the teams switch off throwing larger balls, called the bocce, at the pallino. When all balls have been played, one team is awarded one point for each bocce ball closer to the pallino than the closest ball of the opposing team.
Whether you are a player or a spectator, join in for a day of friendly competition, food, drinks and fun.
Court assignment and registration will start at 9 a.m. and the tournament will begin at 10 a.m. The cost to enter is $60 per team of two (the fee increases to $75 after September 26) and includes refreshments and two complimentary drinks.
Prizes will be awarded to first and second place Fall Tournament Winners.
The tournament is limited to 64 Teams. Participants are requested to register early. Matching team outfits are highly encouraged. Participants are requested to bring their own bocce balls.
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