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Outdoor shuffleboard court dimensions & surface materials

Shuffleboard perspective drawing

Shuffleboard is played on a court that is 6 feet wide by 39 feet long, with 6 feet 6 inch standing room at either end. It should be on a flat surface that allows the discs to easily slide.

You can pour a concrete slab and stain or paint the various sections of the court the appropriate colors. The easiest way to paint the lines on a concrete court is with a shuffleboard stencil. If your concrete court does not allow the pucks to slide smoothly consider sealing and waxing the surface. You may also want to consider a polymer, or plastic, shuffleboard court. Polymer courts come in tiles that snap together and have pre-painted lines.

Contributing Author:

Scott Cohen, contributing writer for Landscaping Network and owner of The Green Scene

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