What are the dimensions of a washer toss box?
Washer pits and boxes vary in size and shape, but a standard for one-hole washers is 16 in × 16 in × 4 in, with a cylindrically-shaped cup (4½ inches in diameter and 5 inches in height) located in its upper surface.
How far apart are washer toss boxes?
The game field consists of two washer pits, each containing one recessed cup of 4 inches in diameter. The distance from the cup centers is 25 feet. Each player throws three washers toward the opposite cup. Players are not allowed to step in front of the box.
What are the dimensions of a 3 hole washer board?
Official 3 Hole Washer Board Dimensions:
Regulation board size is 12 inches wide by 48 inches long.
What are the rules for washer toss?
Players can toss from either side of the board and are allowed to have one foot go past the front of the board or box. The starting team will throw all four of their washers one at a time — if playing two-on-two each teammate will toss twice — toward the washer box or board.
How do you keep score in washers?
Washers Game Scoring
Scoring in washers is simple! A team earns one point if a washer lands inside the box. Three points are earned if a washer is inside the cup. Points cancel out so if you both land in the cup no points are scores.
Who invented washer toss?
Washers is a game invented at the Falcon Bronze playground in Youngstown, Ohio in 1931. Iron washers are pitched into holes or cups spread 20 feet apart, following rules similar to horseshoes. The game gained local popularity and was renamed Ringers in 1936.
How many points do you need to win a game of bocce?
The object is to throw your bocce balls closer to the Pallino or Jack, than your opponent. The first team to reach 12 points wins the game (must win by 2). A match typically consists of 3 rounds.