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The best way to learn how to play Association Croquet is to play Golf Croquet with someone. This will teach you how to swing a mallet, hit a ball, run a hoop, and the order in which the hoops must be run in Six-Wicket Croquet. Then have someone teach you how to play Association Croquet. This will teach you two-ball shots, and running breaks.

If you want to learn another type of croquet, use the library for American Croquet, Nine-Wicket Croquet, or Golf Croquet.

The USCA also offers classes that will teach you how to play Association Croquet.

But if you want to do some learning on your own, visit some coaching websites, and read some of these articles.

  1. Read Association Croquet — The Game and How it is Played by Dr. Ian Plummer.
  2. Watch Introducing the Game of Croquet by Chris van der Craats (get Adobe Shockwave).
  3. Watch Introduction to Croquet by John Bevington (get Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer).
  4. Read A Synopsis of the Game by Dr. Ian Plummer.
  5. Read Beginners' Coaching Notes 1 by Dr. Ian Plummer.
  6. Read Beginners' Coaching Notes 2 by Dr. Ian Plummer.
  7. Read Beginners' Coaching Notes 3 by Dr. Ian Plummer.
  8. Read Beginners' Coaching Notes 4 by Dr. Ian Plummer.
  9. Read Plus One on Time by Don Gaunt.

You can buy a book or DVD about learning Asociation Croquet.

Don't spend too much time reading — get out there and play!

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