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Crave Worthy: A Backyard Bocce Court

I've recently become a bocce fanatic — I'm even in a league. It's the ultimate social game because anyone of any age or skill level can play. So, when I saw this backyard bocce court at Ceja Vineyards, I nearly died and went to heaven. I'd kill to have one installed at my house. You can build your own by picking up perimeter and base materials locally and a crushed oyster shell blend from Boccemon for as little as $595, which is still an investment. To have a court professionally built, it could cost between $18,000-$35,000. Yikes, right? For now, I'm happy to play on uneven grass in my backyard or local park. Divits, wet soil, and other natural elements may leave things slightly out of control for the players, but I'm not in it for the competition. Would you like one built at your home?

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PinkNC PinkNC 7 years
Yeah, a pool in it's place is better if you don't already have a pool.
misslilad misslilad 7 years
i have a friend that has one and it does get used quite a bit. bocce is the perfect game to play while holding a cocktail :)
c4rolin3 c4rolin3 7 years
i'd rather have a swimming pool in this space. especially for the money. if i could afford that amount i think i'd rather have a tennis court too while i'm at it :) you'd get so bored of this game wouldn't you?
lickety-split lickety-split 7 years
i have a friend with one at her house. they've lived their almost 2 years and never used it yet. but it looks cool, off to the side of their pool :)
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