What is a hanger in shuffleboard?
Also question is, what is a hanger worth in shuffleboard?
A “hanger” scores when any part of a puck extends beyond the edge of the table end. Even if it only a sliver is over the edge at the end of the table, it is still a “hanger” and worth 4 points. Yet, if the puck falls off the edge before your opponent's shot, it's out of play and does not score.
Also, what is a shuffleboard stick called? Cue – Also called a shuffleboard stick, this is a device used to shoot the discs in outdoor shuffleboard.
Additionally, how do you keep score in shuffleboard?
A weight which lands on the near line or between the lines scores 1 point; a weight which lies on the far line or between the far line and the end of the board counts 2 points and a weight which hangs over the end of the table counts 3 points.
What are the rules for shuffleboard?
Common Shuffleboard Game Rules The rules usually require that you alternately take turns sliding, by hand, all 4 of your weights against the ones from your opponent. Try to make it to the highest scoring area on the shuffleboard without falling off the end of the board into the alley.