Learn To Curl
Olympic Learn To Curls
Our very popular Olympic Learn To Curl events are just around the corner! Sign-ups will open in mid-November, check back her or sign up to be notified when Learn To Curl’s open.
Not sure if you’re ready to curl? Come watch our league play (see calendar for dates) and check out curling from above the ice in Chaparral’s warm room. Then come down and ask us any questions at the end of the game, we’re friendly.
We answer many of the questions you may have about taking a learn to curl program with us in our FAQ.
The sport of curling has grown dramatically in the U.S. in recent years, in large part because of the increase in television coverage of the sport in the last three Winter Olympics. The US Curling Association now has over 16,000 members and 165 clubs in 40 states.
Curling is fun and easy to learn. We’ve provided a variety of information and links to help you learn more about the sport. But don’t just read about. Come out and get on the ice!
History of Curling
The history of curling dates back to 16th century Scotland (more info in this link than you will likely ever want to know) where the rugged Scots curled on frozen lochs and marshes with heavy,odd-shaped rocks called ‘loafies. Curling in North America started in 1807 with the creation of the Royal Montreal Curling Club and in 1830 in the United States in Orchard Lake, Michigan. Click here for general information about the origins and history of the game.
The Curling Basics Site does a wonderful job of describing the basics of the game and common shots through animation.
The former Lone Star Curling Club’s President, Wayne Garman, grew up in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and has been curling since he could walk. Okay, that’s a bit of an exaggeration but not by much. Wayne knows the strategy of this game from every angle and his knowledge is shared in his blog Wayne’s Game and from previous articles he’s written. Learn from the master.
Curling Info, Rules, FAQs
The United States Curling Association (USCA) is the governing body of the sport in the U.S. and provides a variety of information about curling including news and general curling information and a two minute guide to the game.
If you’re trying to find a curling facility in the U.S., use the club locator.