Kurling is most famous for the version played on ice, but we prefer to stay in the warm!
Premier Education kurling takes place indoors, using equipment specially made so that it can be used on any smooth, flat surface. There’s also no need for brushing in our version, so you can leave your broom at home.
The aim of the game is to slide your stone as close as you can to the centre of a target on the floor. Think of it like slow motion archery. We love how exciting kurling can get – with each shot, the tension builds as the stone slides towards the target!
Kurling requires focus, accuracy and strategy. Being the fastest or strongest won’t help you with this sport, you’ll have to be the most careful and precise player if you want to do really well.