Saturday, October 7
Entry Deadline: September 23
Reed Park Community Center
4233 S Yukon Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74107
Singles and Open Doubles
Non-Ambulatory Open Doubles
Non-Ambulatory means the participant is in a wheelchair and NOT able to walk.
Check in: 8:30 am
Event begins: 9:00 am
1. Athletes may compete with only one partner per event.
2. Open Doubles teams may be mixed gender. The age division of competition for Open Doubles will be determined by the younger age of the two partners.
3. Cues and disks will be provided.
- If numbers are conducive, athletes will be divided into pools within their age divisions and play a round robin.
- If there is only one pool, the first, second and third place winners will be determined at the completion of the round robin (after any ties are broken).
- If there is more than one pool, the first and second place team/persons will advance to a single elimination tournament.
- If entries are not conducive, a double-elimination tournament will be played within the age division.
- When only one participant is entered in an age category, that person is automatically rewarded a gold medal; however, to receive this medal, that person must compete in at least one game playing an athlete in a different age bracket.
1. All shuffleboard matches will be conducted in accordance with National Shuffleboard
Association (NSA) rules, except as modified herein. For a copy of these rules, please visit or
National Shuffleboard Association
Rob Robinson, President
111 S. Greenfield Road
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Florida Shuffleboard Association
2. For Non-Ambulatory events, the athlete must be seated in their wheelchair or scooter for the
entire duration of competition.
3. Singles matches will consist of 12 frames. Players will change color after 6 frames, but not ends. In case of a tie, two frames will be played.
4. Two matches will be played on one court at the same time. Opposing players will play from the same end of the court. Players will not change ends after any frame.
5. Open Doubles matches will consist of 16 frames. Partners will play from opposite ends of the
court. Each partner shall complete eight frames. Players will not switch ends after at any time
after the start of the match. Teams will change color after 8 frames. The team with the highest
point score at the end of 16 total frames will be the winner. In case of a tie, the number of
average points per game of the tied teams will determine place.
6. The cue shall not have an overall length of more than 6’-3″. No metal part of the cue shall touch the playing surface.
7. Each player will have four disks for practice before the start of each match.
Janet Robinson Thornton