In my house we eat these pizza crusts about two to three times a month! Sometimes we don't even make pizza out of them and use them as a bread to go with other meals.
1 1/4 cups warm water
When the dough is finished mixing place in an oiled bowl and turn the dough a few times to coat the dough ball in oil. then over the bowl with a kitchen towel and allow dough to rest for 30 min.
After the dough has rested punch down and divide into 6 - 8 equal(ish) dough balls. Cover and allow them to rest for 15 more minutes. This will give you enough time to preheat your grill! Heat to approx 300 degrees.
When the grill is hot spray or brush the grates with a small amount of olive oil. Flatten out the dough balls with your fingers to make a "disk" and place the dough disks on your grill and allow them to cook with the grill closed for 1 minute on each side then remove from the grill.
If you are doing this for a large party you can make the crusts ahead of time and save in a Ziploc bag. If your party is very large you can also finish some of the pizzas in the oven, on a pan, using the broil setting - be careful not to let them burn.
Recipe: From Food Network - Ina Garten Grilled California Pizza