52 feet over all in length, 39 feet from baseline to baseline, and 6 feet wide. Those shuffleboard court dimensions were set in 1928, when the then four-year-old St. Petersburg Shuffleboard Club created the official rules and standards of the game.
Almost 100 years – and many tournaments, leagues, weddings, wonderful characters and stories – later, the game of shuffleboard and the club itself are still going strong.
If you're a new or inactive member, come to our new member orientation to learn a little about the club's history, how to play your next game like a pro (well, almost), and meet your fellow club members. We'll tell you all about how to make the most of your membership, too. Social distancing and masks will be required.