How to Play Croquet
Croquet consists of a few basic strokes, but like the moves in chess, once you have mastered them a complex tactical game results. This section gives a complete introduction to Association Rules croquet (also known as International Rules croquet) from an absolute beginner to a top player.
The material below is arranged in approximate order of complexity. Note there is a glossary of croquet terms. At the end are references to croquet scoring notation and croquet computer and board games.
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For handicaps of around 14 down to around 6
Oxford Croquet is pleased to host John's publications. Eight booklets cover Tactics, Techniques, Sports Psychology and Refereeing. The booklets will be added at approximately monthly intervals over 2003/4.
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