How to Play Outdoor Shuffleboard

Outdoor shuffleboard is a descendant of shovelboard, a table game popular in the 18th century. The US National Shuffleboard Association sets the rules for outdoor shuffleboard. You push 6-inch discs over a 52-foot-long by the 6-foot-wide court with a long-handled cue. Each end of the court is divided into a shooting region, an “Off” area, … Read more

Rules of Outdoor Shuffle Board

Outdoor shuffleboard, a modern variation of the old English game shovelboard, is commonly associated with senior adults because of its prominence at senior centers and relative ease of play. Despite this, the game has aspects of strategy and rivalry that make it suitable for players of all ages. In the United States, the National Shuffleboard … Read more