We encourage all members to mix at these sessions. Games are to 11 and then all players place their paddles in the Paddle Board. They go to the end of the line and wait for a court to become available.
BYOG (Bring Your Own Group)
Please ensure you have a foursome when booking this session (feel free to use Signal to find others for a group!). Games are to 11 and then all players in the group come off and place their paddles together in the Paddle Board. They go to the end of the line and wait for a court to become available.
Level Play (Ones with numbers)
Designated sessions for specific level play (based on club rating). Games are to 11 and then all players place their paddles in the Paddle Board. They go to the end of the line and wait for a court to become available.
Open or BYOG
When signing up, indicate whether you are playing Open or BYOG. If you are playing BYOG, you can indicate your group members and play exclusively with them. If you are playing Open, you are expected to mix with all other members. Games are to 11 and then all players place their paddles in the Paddle Board. If they are BYOG, they can keep their paddles together. If they are playing Open, they should split up based on the winners and the others.
Skills & Drills
A session for players to improve their skills without playing a game. Drilling is a great way to work on that shot you've been wanting to improve or develop. This session will act like BYOG but in this case, you Bring Your Own Drilling Partner(s).
*NOTE: This is not instructor led.
Public Access (Events with "PA")
Periods of time where we open the courts to our Public members
These event names will have the acronym "PA" in them.
These will follow the Open or BYOG concept.
Event titles will contain "PA" indicating "Public Access"
Invitational High-Level Training Sessions
Some of the top players in Ontario are invited to our Club to train and play on certain Sundays throughout the summer. On Sundays when these do not occur, these sessions will be Open/BYOG Play.
Facilitators may decide on how to distribute the playing time evenly and fairly. They may decide to run a round robin, have a challenge court, use the paddle boards or to have a session using rally scoring (where the team that wins the rally gets a point - regardless of who served the ball).
Blind Doubles is a fun event for all members. You enter as a single and the organizers randomly partner players from the lower 50% skill level group with a player from the higher 50% skill level group.