Croquet Playing Schedule

On even numbered dates, croquet will use the lower lawn. On odd numbered dates, croquet will use the upper lawn.

Saturday and Sunday – Open Croquet from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Monday – 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, a full size court for Association Croquet, with a separate skinny lawn set up and available for Snake in the Grass players.

Tuesday –  Casino draws three x day at 10:00 am,  12:00 pm and 1:00 pm. The 10 am and 12 pm draws will be random, the 1:00 pm draw will include an ADVANCED grouping. The BREAK between the end of the 10:00 am and 12:00 pm draw is for OPEN PLAY.

Casino Croquet: We’ll use playing cards with your names and draw from the pile to make teams. All skill levels, novice and up, are most welcome. After each game we’ll shuffle the deck and redraw.

Wednesday – Open croquet from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, Casino Croquet from 1 to 3 pm, Open Croquet 3 to 5 pm.

Thursday – Casino draws three x day at 10:00 am,  12:00 pm and 1:00 pm. The 10 am and 12 pm draws will be random, the 1:00 pm draw will include an ADVANCED grouping. The BREAK between the end of the 10:00 am and 12:00 pm draw is for OPEN PLAY.

Friday – 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, a full size court for Association Croquet, with a separate skinny lawn set up and available for Snake in the Grass players.

Monthly “Under the Lights” will likely be scheduled around availability.  Dates to be determined.

Note: there may be exceptional times when croquet may also play on the 2nd lawn. These occasions to be negotiated with bowlers with awareness of the weekly bowling schedule. Similarly, both bowling and croquet scheduled tournaments to take priority to the above schedule. Expect revisions for the summer and fall seasons. Please note that lawn preparation, cutting, typically occurs two days each week until 10:00 am.

See (click on underlined green link) Club Bowls/Croquet Summer Tournament & Special Events Schedule

Also check CLUB CALENDAR for updates.

With wet weather, the greens are soft and susceptible to damage.This will be constant until April, and everyone must take extra care.

Footwear: As always, everyone must wear footwear without sharp heels and without heavy ridges or grooves.  The smoother the better. Shoes kept at the club are preferred but not required.

If there is snow or frost on the greens, the greens must not be used because the blades and roots will be damaged. After heavy rains, the greens should be evaluated in several areas checking for vulnerable spots.

Everyone should stay off:

·         If there are visible puddles anywhere on the greens.

·         If the ground is visibly soft, especially if walking leaves footprints

·         If water gushes out underfoot or if there is a squishing sound.

·         If it just seems very wet.

CROQUET PLAYERS:  NO JUMP SHOTS.

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