Lord Bocce Singles Championship
This double-elimination tournament begins in June with a bracket drawing ceremony and opening matches to follow. It continues through the summer as survivors wade their way through the bracket in quest of ultimate supremacy. 2017 Champion Lord Greg Singleton will seek to invoke his harsh reign for another year in 2018 against the usual strong field of hungry challengers. (2017 Bracket Final Results)
Existing club members recruit a non-member friend/relative unfamiliar or maybe just slightly familiar with bocce in this tournament that intertwines experience and innocence into four-person teams mostly in quest of a good time but not immune to glory should it call their name.
Tony Riconosciuto Bocce Classic
Club sponsored 4-person tournament open to all, refined club members and unwashed masses alike. Let’s have a strong showing of teams from Woodland Park this year. This tournament typically occurs on the last weekend of July, but the official 2018 date has yet to be set.
Club Doubles Championship
This tournament begins in late afternoon each year with the doubles championship to be determined late in the nigh under the lights of the upper green. Another can’t miss competition for players intent on achieving semi-immortality on the Winners’ Wall at Woodland Park.
Club 4-Person Team Championship
Players are assigned to teams by random draw. All you need to do is show up and represent your team in matches that include full teams, doubles and singles. Free water. Prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
Club Novice Championship – Singles
First-year members are eligible to compete in this tournament, along with returning members who play infrequently and have not participated in any previous novice tournament at the Club.
Yearly tournament that is part of ItaliaFest at the Seattle Center. Saturday play is the Recreational Division. Sunday play is for the Experienced Teams Division. This event is not organized by our Club nor held at our site, but many of our members participate each year in this tournament.