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Resolutions for a New Croquet Year

Okay, so it's 18 days late, but here's a list of ideas for all you malletheads that is sure to enhance your 2008 croquet season:

1) Play in one event outside of your normal circle. If you normally play in a family game, find the nearest club and get in a game. The USCA site has a listing of clubs. If you normally play with a club, try hooking up with another club. Again, check the USCA website for clubs near you. If you normally play in the backyard by yourself, get a game going.

2) Join the USCA Nine wicket association. The provide a great service for croquet player and plus you get a magazine. If you're a nine-wicket member ($15), upgrade to full membership ($60) to recieve all three issues.

3) Go ahead upgrade to that tournament level mallet -- you won't regret it.

4) Try out a new game. One-ball players should try a team game or maybe golf croquet. Six-wicket pros should play a backyard game.

5) Check in with the Croquet Network blog every day.

6) Teach one person to play the game.

7) If you aren't already, organize a tournament or just volunteer to help out with one.

8) Add your club or croquet link to the Croquet Network Links page.

9) Support this site with a purchase from our Croquet Network Official Store at CafePress.com.

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