Our money is on Courts & Greens.
It’s true that close only counts when you’re playing with Horseshoes or Hand Grenades. You’ll have to take our word for it, because you’re going to have a hard time finding someone who wants to play Hand Grenades with you.
This blog is supposed to be about Horseshoes. An aptly named game that doesn’t require barefoot equestrians, but instead only a couple friends, two small poles spaced 40 feet apart, and (obviously) horseshoes, although most games use a specially designed piece of U-shaped metal that’s roughly twice the size of a normal horseshoe and not meant to be used on our four-legged, carrot-eating friends.
We digress. In truth, Horseshoe is a laid-back, casual game that’s best enjoyed in the shade with good friends and a refreshing beverage after a day’s hard work. If you imagine yourself in that sort of scenario, you should ask Courts & Greens if Horseshoes is right for you. Chances are it is, and we can make an enjoyable court for you to relax on with friends and family. That is, as long as you’re playing with Horseshoes, and not Hand Grenades.