How to build bocce ball court by yourself

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How to build bocce ball court by yourself?

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The ten easy steps to make a perfect bocce ball court

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Clear the area- You can use a sod cutter or flat shovel to clean the area

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Level the area- Ensure the area is flat by using a laser level or large level. Rake the dirt to lower areas or away from higher areas

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Measure and mark the area- Use chalk or spray painting to mark the 4 corners of the court. A regular size bocce ball court is about 13 feet by 91 feet

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Make the frame of the court- Use wood to make the frame of the bocce ball court

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Secure the frame- Use wooden screws to fix the frame straight and sturdy

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Lay down the base rock- The base rock should be two to three inches deep. Load in the base rock into the court area and tamp it down using a compactor

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lay down the decomposed granite- Compact the area with granite. Once the small rock particles get compacted it creates a strong surface

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Recheck the level- If any areas are too low, add more decomposed granite to raise the area

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Apply oyster-shell flour- Apply a thick coat of oyster-shell flour and rake it until its smooth.

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Paint the court- The sideboards and backboards should be painted to indicate the location of the 4 lines and central lines

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A seamless bocce ball court is ready for you

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