Based in beautiful West Palm Beach, Florida, the National Croquet Club's membership spans the globe. We are proud to claim the Charles P. Steuber National Croquet Center as our home. We extend an open invitation for you to visit us anytime.
Twilight Croquet: Even after recovering
from a broken wrist, Maddy Singer managed to beat out 3 other players to win
the Clarence Trophy. Accompanying Maddy is our organizing captain Dale Locke..
Good job Maddy!
D- DAY TOURNAMENT
JUNE 6, 2015
On Saturday June 6, 2015, the 71st anniversary of D-Day—when Americans invaded Normandy and paved the way to victory in Europe—there will be a golf croquet tournament at the National Croquet Center sponsored by the Croquet Foundation of America. The tournament will be between two Boynton Beach Veterans’ organizations, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5335 and American Legion Post 164.
The FULL moon games will resume in late fall. We play two quick games. One strategy players picked up on was not to shine your light in the area where your opponent was playing their ball. And for shine the light towards the wicket that your partner was going for!
What Fun everyone had and the comments were "we should do this more often even without a Full Moon.
New Board 2015
*Members can check the letter from the Club President
under the Members Only tab "Private content"
Tournaments- Please check tournament tab for results!
Lunch Summer Hours are Saturdays 11:30-2:00 PM
Bar service is always available to Members and the public during dining hours. If there's no bartender, ask any SandyJames (dining service - caterer) employee for service.
Tuesday & Thursday Pub Night!
Happy Hour 5:00 - 7:00 PM. Pub menu available.
USCA Members can check their handicaps here: Handicaps.
Visit our Club Albums & Events tab to experience & share the great times at the NCC.
And check out the tournaments tab for the latest results.
LEARN, PLAY & EXPERIENCE THE FUN OF CROQUET.
Welcome to the National Croquet Club Home Page. The Club is the largest in the US, and is headquartered at the Charles P. Steuber National Croquet Center (NCC), owned and operated by the Croquet Foundation of America (CFA). The NCC is the largest and finest dedicated croquet center in the world. It resides on ten beautiful acres in West Palm Beach just minutes away from Palm Beach International Airport. It is located between Trump International Golf course and the Palm Beach Zoo & the Science Museum on the corner of Florida Mango & Summit Avenue.
It has a 19,000 square foot, Caribbean-Colonial-style building that provides headquarters office space for the CFA, the United States Croquet Association (USCA), and the Club. It also houses the Croquet Museum, the Croquet Hall of Fame, and the largest croquet shop in the US. It is a haven of peace in a bustling world. Inside you will find wide entryways; gracious space for dining; an elegant lounge; and two ballrooms upstairs for dinners, dancing, or meetings, or a combination thereof. It is surrounded by wide verandas overlooking four acres of lush lawns that are the equivalent of laser-level putting greens (105’ X 84’ each). These qualities make it an ideal party space for almost any event. Click here: www.croquetnational.com to go the the National Croquet Center website for full details of the building and its capacities.
Come for a free lesson at 10:00 AM any Saturday (Must call for reservations) and we will teach you or your guests a simple game called golf croquet that can be learned in minutes, is great fun, yet it becomes more and more strategic as your talent grows. More...
This remarkable new limited edition 11" x 14" full color table-top book clearly illustrates the artistry, emotions and camaraderie of competitive croquet by combining the dramatic, gallery-like photographs and portraits by Bob Chilton, exhibited photographer, philanthropist and championship-level croquet player, with the delightful narrative and captivating prose of John Osborn, writer/reporter and multi-year National Croquet Champion. Together they have captured the beauty of this sport, showing its players in all their diversity and explaining why we play the game.
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