We have several types of memberships divided into 2 groups..
Regular & Associate.
Reservations are a new process for us, so it is to be expected that some fine tuning is required. Below summarizes the latest version of how the reservation system works. Changes that will go into effect beginning with calls on Wednesday, June 24 include elimination of idle time between reservations, allowing a person to be a part of a reservation on each calendar day, and instituting preset starts during prime time (7:00 AM and 8:30 AM weekday mornings 5:30 PM and 7:00 PM for weekday evenings).
Reservations may be made for the following day beginning at 8 AM.For example, at 8 AM Thursday, reservations will begin to be accepted for all day Friday.Reservations may always be made with less lead-time if there are courts available.
Reservations must be made in person or via direct phone conversations.Voice mails, texts, and emails cannot be used to confirm a reservation.
Reservations must include the full names of all parties scheduled to play.Tentative court assignments will be made, but may change based upon conditions.
A person may only be on the books for one reservation per calendar day.
Staggered start times and gaps between reservations will be eliminated to improve court utilization.
Court reservations will not distinguish between doubles, singles, or individuals (all will be for 90 minutes).
Reservations made during prime time (weekday mornings and evenings) must start at preset times.Morning reservations must start at 7:00 or 8:30 AM.Evening reservations must start at 5:30 or 7:00 PM.This structure is required to ensure we can accommodate all who want to play during these busy times.
Groups may start early or stay over if courts are available.For example, a party with a 7:00 AM reservation could start at 6:30 to get extra playing time if there is a court available.
Reservations must be cancelled in advance if a change in plans prevents the court from being used as scheduled.