Shuffleboard is played on a court six feet wide by thirty-nine feet long. Each team or player has four colored discs made of plastic and a cue. Typically, the discs are two colors, yellow and black. The cue is a six-foot long stick with a fork at one end that is used to push the discs to the scoring area at the opposite end of the court. Beads can also be found in this sport; they are glass or plastic and are used to help the discs move better. The object of the game is to727- place more discs in the scoring area than your opponent.
- Lawn Bowls and Shuffleboard Complex, 1020 Calumet Street
- Call for Hours
- Fee: Club Membership or $2 per day
- Open Shuffling Begins in October
- Sundays - Fridays, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Deemed the “best facility in the whole state,” the club has proudly hosted the International Shuffleboard Association world championships at the professionally maintained facility. There are 26 outdoor courts and 26 covered, screened-in courts. Come and try them out! Your first visit is free, and the club member will provide equipment and instruction.
The clubhouse adjoins the building containing the International and National Shuffleboard Hall of Fame. Visitors are welcome; take a self-guided walk through the history of the sport through awards, pictures, newspaper articles, and equipment. Guided tours are available upon request.
Try something fun and different for a birthday party. We provide an air-conditioned building and covered courts, plus basic instruction and equipment. Call to reserve a date.
Shuffleboard lessons from renowned Master Winner, Glen Peltier, the highest point holder in the State of Florida.
- Beginning Wednesday January 2 - February 27
- 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. for 8 Weeks
- Beginners first 4 weeks
- Intermediates last 4 weeks
- Glen Peltier (727) 585 4449