Golf Croquet is a sport for all kinds of people, for all ages, for everyone, regardless of whether they have led a sporting life or not. It is less complicated than other forms of croquet and can be mastered easily by beginners, but also provides a tactical challenge to advanced players. You can start as early as you can swing a mallet and at least as late as 90 years of age. You can play in a garden, on a playing field or in a club where Croquet is played.
Designed to teach you the basics, putting you on the road to improving your game so that you get the best out of it and increase your enjoyment. This updated guide is written for the game detailed in The Laws of Golf Croquet as published by the Croquet Association in 2008. It should be used in conjunction with a copy of the laws, (obtainable from the CA).
Written and compiled by Jennet Blake and Gerald Mitchell. Third Edition updated by John Cundell and Richard Keighley
Published by The Croquet Association
40 pages – paper booklet
Page size 14.5 x 21cm