Monthly Archives: March 2018

Promoting Shuffleboard in Europe!! Norwich Open II and Vienna Open!!

Jim Allen Speaks:  Just wanted to fill you in on a great promotion of shuffleboard in Europe that happens next month.  Lesley and Peter Davis on the left.  Shuffleboard in Austria on the right.   In 2015 a group of … Continue reading

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Did You Know by Kenny Offenther and Stan McCormack??

Kenny Offenther Speaks: Did you know? — Originally there were ONLY 4 Districts in Florida as the Southern and Southwest were ONE, and the Central East Coast was within the Southeast Coast District?? Stan McCormack Speaks: Did you know that … Continue reading

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With the Beautiful ‘Backdrop’ of the Golf Lakes Shuffleboard Club, the SWCD Masters displayed the ‘Best of the Best.’ The format in the SWCD Masters parallels the FSA Masters, with three & a-half day, 3 games per opponent competition. Also, … Continue reading

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Comment by Linda Rebholz on the “TOC”.

TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS Linda Rebholz Speaks: For several years, we have not attended the TOC. As most players know, this is a tournament for which you have to qualify, i.e. be a Pro and have placed in a Main event. … Continue reading

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P26 Complete Results The Masters Begin On Monday!!!

I am providing you a link to the complete P26 (Tournament of Champions) Results.  Remember Shufflers, The Masters begins Monday,  April 2nd in Hawthorne.   Dianna Allen, Ruth Brown, Arlene Guerrini & Glenda Brake will not play in the … Continue reading

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The Shuffleboard Capital of ON!! COLDWATER!!

The Coldwater Shuffleboard Club was recently awarded the prestigious title of being the Shuffleboard Capital of Ontario by the Ontario Shuffleboard Association President Rendal Bilton of Wellington Center. A sign was erected at each entrance into the Village by the … Continue reading

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