Rent our Bocce Ball Picnic Game setup. This is the balls only – if you are wanting to rent the Bocce Ball and court as well, check out Bocce Ball Court.
Bocce is played with eight large balls and one smaller target or object ball called the jack or Pallina.
There are 4 balls to a side, or team, and they are made in two colors to distinguish the balls of one team from the 4 balls of the opposing team.
A coin toss will determine which team has the jack/Pallina and which color balls that team selects.
The jack/Pallina is thrown out by a member of the team having won the coin toss to start the game.
The same player throwing the jack must deliver the first bocce ball.
In bocce, the only object of the game is to get one or more of your teams balls closer than any of your opponents balls to the pallina (small target ball, often white) at the end of every set. You can play for a time period or play a fixed predetermined winning score of 9, 11, 13, etc.
Record-A-Hit staff is dedicated and friendly. They ensure that all safety requirements are followed. We are fully insured and are state inspected.
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