Shufflecurl is a hybrid of curling and shuffleboard. The players enter the rink on a slip-proof carpet and take turns using a game pole called a stymie to push curling stones toward the game board. This fun game is open to all ages and ability levels. Enjoy!
Rules of Play
It can be played as singles or doubles.
Shooting the stone is done from a standing, stationary position.
Each inning, sides take turns shooting their four stones. Within teams, players take a turn.
Points are scored depending on where the stone comes to rest on the board, but no points are tallied until the end of the inning.
A point is awarded to the side with the stone closest to the center of the target. Additional points are awarded to that side for each additional stone closer to the center than the opponent’s closest stone.
The next inning begins with honors belonging to the side which won the previous inning.
If tied after five innings, lots are drawn again for honors, and game play continues until an inning ends with a score.