Curling Etiquette

  1. The game begins and ends with a tap of brooms or a wave.
  2. The thirds decide who has hammer usually by flipping a coin.
  3. It is courtesy for non-throwing players to remain outside the hog line while the throwing player delivers.
  4. It is courtesy for non-throwing players not to congregate behind the opposing player who is holding the broom.
  5. Sweepers returning to the opposite end should walk single file rather than 2 by 2 so as not to block the view of the throwing players.
  6. It is polite to stop moving while a player is set to throw.
  7. Etiquette directs players to delay walking by another sheet until the throwing player facing you has released his/her rock.
  8. It is important to both call and furnish the opposing skip with plenty of notice if your team cannot make a game.
  9. The club should also be informed so free ice can be re-apportioned.
  10. A game can be played with 3 players each side. The club maintains a Spare List to make it easier to find a player.

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The Cloverdale Curling Club (formerly known as Valley Curling Club) has been home to the sport of curling in Cloverdale since 1954.

Cloverdale Curling Club is located in the Cloverdale area of the City of Surrey on Highway 15 (176 Street) just north of the Cloverdale Arena.

The club offers a variety of curling leagues for men and women, and youth.

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