Deck Shuffleboard or Outdoor Shuffleboard is a great game that is suitable for all ages from around 6 years. Players take turns to push the discs with the special cue aiming for the target area at the other end while also trying to nudge their opponent's discs into the penalty area!
This is a 27 foot (8.23m) portable roll-out Shuffleboard court. It is not a full-size court but is a convenient size both for transporting and for fitting into smaller areas such as back garden patios, side alleys or community rooms. It is geared towards ...
Deck Shuffleboard or Outdoor Shuffleboard is a great game that is particularly suited to the older generation but all ages from around 6 years will find it fantastic fun. This is a shorter cut-down version of the classic deck game shuffleboard. While ...
This half-size Shuffleboard court provides a mini-version of the full shuffleboard game for reduced spaces or for people who struggle with the full distance and provides a thoroughly enjoyable challenge for all ages. The polytile construction means it ...
This is a full size regulation 40 foot portable roll-out Shuffleboard court. Taking only a few minutes to make it ready, it is ideal for temporary indoor situations such as gyms, sports centres, clubs and community centres. Shuffleboard can be happily pla...
This is our top-of-the-range portable poly-court. It is constructed from panels of a special patented mesh designed to make the disks slide beautifully. It takes less than an hour to construct the court for indoor or outdoor play and the resulting Shuffle...
Rubbing wax on to the base of your Shuffleboard discs ensures a smooth glide across the surface of the court.
Deck Shuffleboard or Outdoor Shuffleboard is a great game that is particularly suited to the older generation but all ages from around 6 years will find it fantastic fun. This is a 30 foot portable poly-court. It is constructed from panels of a specia...
Shuffleboard or Shovelboard was originally an old English game played on the long dining tables of the aristocracy as an after-dinner entertainment. It was converted to be played on the deck of cruise liners towards the end of the 1800s to while away the long hours on board ship. This version of the game was called Deck Shuffleboard and it became very popular with colonists on their way across the Atlantic to the Americas. This in turn gave rise to the modern American version of the game where it is now known simply as Shuffleboard.
To learn more about the history of Shuffleboard visit the Online Guide to Traditional Games.
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