72x30-inch lauan hollow-core wood interior slab door 1x4 exterior preprimed trim boards. Get three 8-foot boards. 0000 steel wool 220-grit sandpaper 1x4 strapping to secure the legs to the door. Banquet-table replacement legs. Get a set of two. 1 5/8-inch deck screws Clear-gloss polyurethane. Get 1 quart. Painter's tape Spray paint in black satin. White latex semigloss paint Rub-on numbers 1-inch sewing elastic Ladder-lock buckles (available at sewing stores); get 2 Wood pucks Get eight: four in one color and four in another
Tools You Will Need:
1. jigsaw fitted with a clean-cutting wood blade
2. drill/driver fitted with a #6 countersink bit
3. combination square
4. plastic putty knife
Maybe you've never visited the Shuffleboard Hall of Fame. And perhaps you didn't know that the sport's rankings once occupied as much space in New York's morning papers as prize fighting and baseball. But surely you've enjoyed a match somewhere along the line and experienced the joy of knocking your opponent's puck into oblivion.
Now you can take that competitive spirit to tabletop heights with the TOH version, Ricochet, which employs an elastic band and a hollow-core door to transform the traditional playing surface into a challenging U shape. TOH's game experts, aka Team Saturday, walk you through the steps in a video tutorial. Once the surface has been buffed and the bets are placed, you'll wonder why this surprisingly rowdy game ever lost its luster.