After playing on my backyard stone dust bocce court for many years, I "stepped up"
to the much faster Har-Tru surface.
With the help of my "bocce crew" we top dressed the court with an inch of the Har-Tru material which is used on fine clay tennis courts.
Initially concerned about drainage, I found that once the material "set up" or "cured," it drained
The final test was when we had heavy rainfall
on a Sunday and were able to play our
regular Monday morning league
the next day. That's when I knew I could
endorse the product without reservation.
We sell the best Har-Tru for your bocce court.
First, have the length and width of your
court in feet ready.
Second, tell us if you plan on
putting down one or two inches of
top dressing on your court.
Then, call Carmela for a quote at 978-686-8679.
Check out this great video
"Breaking Balls" is a 75-minute feature length documentary film about the game the Italians call bocce. It is viewed through the lens of the 30th Anniversary "Cleveland Challenge Cup of Bocce" tournament. The Challenge Cup is one of the largest bocce events in North America, and is held every year at the Wickliffe Italian-American Club in Wickliffe, Ohio, the last weekend of August.
Mario, the Bocce Guy, is featured in John P. Vourlis' new 'Breaking Balls' video which is now available on DVD on Amazon at: tinyurl.com/yb5kwp55