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Chris Gilcrest

If you need the materials or on site consultation visit http://www.earthstonerock.com/Bocce-Court-Materials-for-sale-s/25178.htm

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Greg Dettman
This is how we build a TruRoll bocce court in Texas. Low maintenance and always ready for play. www.sportcourtofaustin.com
   
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testigo

We just installed a backyard bocce, (actually side yard). We used a rented sodcutter to remove the grass. Used paver base and decomposed granite. Simple, inexpensive, and a great improvement. Way more useful and less wasteful than the grass that was there before. So if you know you should get rid of your thirsty lawn, here is a fun alternative.


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