Round Robins: a great way to enjoy social play with a variety of different members. There are two goals
of our round robins:
To have fun.
To have parity of play so that games have close scores.
For round robin play, you do not need to have a partner; all you need is to sign up on the day that your group (men’s, women’s or mixed) plays. Members need to be at the courts 10 minutes prior to the start of the round robin so that they are able to sign in and receive a random number that will then determine the court they play on. Player’s play one game to 11 win by 1. After the game is over, players leave the court; look at the chart for their number and the next court to play. In general, players play 6 games per day.
The Club offers round robin play at the 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5+ levels. Only players who have that rating designation are eligible to play. Sign up for Round Robin Events open 7:00 pm seven days prior to the event. For some round robins there may be two sessions offered (i.e., Women’s 3.0, session 1 and session 2). Players may only sign up for one men or women’s event each week. The split session allows for more open courts giving players more opportunity to play. Players may not register for both sessions, however, players may sign-up on both waitlists. As soon as a player receives confirmation that they have been registered in either session that player must quickly remove their name from the other waitlist.
Mixed 2.0 Round Robin with Coaching
This is step #2 in the new player development program:
Club members who have attended the Novice Instructional class and have a 2.0 rating (or have instructor approval) are welcome to attend this event.
Here you will have the opportunity to play with other 2.0 rated players.
Additional instruction on game play, skills, and strategy will be the focus of the session.
An instructor will be present to coach you.
Mixed 2.5 Round Robin with Coaching
This is step #3 in the new player development program:
Once per month, the 2.5 Mixed RR includes instructor coaching.
Emphasis is on improving skills and strategy with drills.
Play is monitored with the goal of preparing to advance to a 3.0 rating.
Instructors will be present to coach the skills and monitor play.
Current Round Robin Schedule