Court Booking Rules & Guest Policy
(Updated: June 7th 2022)
Court Booking Rules
Each of the below activities will cost you 1 (one) Any-Time booking token:
playing a ladder match during a prime-time session.
Each of the below activities will cost you 1 (one) Non-Prime Time booking token:
playing a ladder match during a non-prime time session.
being a part of an evening Intercounty Team. You will receive the token back once your Intercounty Team is done playing for the season.
Additional Booking Rules
When are courts available for booking?
Courts are rolled out 6 days in advance by time of day. For example, on Monday at 5pm, you can book a court as far out as Sunday, 5pm. Another example, on Monday at 7:20pm, you can book a court as far out as Sunday, 7:20pm.
How many courts can I book in advance?
At any given time, you can have up to 2 any-time court bookings and 1 non-prime time court booking in the rolling 6 days.
Can I book back to back sessions?
Back to back court bookings are allowed. However, during prime time sessions, back to back bookings are allowed for doubles only. This means BOTH bookings have to be doubles. NAB (Non-Advance Booking) overrides this restriction.
How do I book unreserved courts without using a token?
Courts unreserved within 2 (two) hours from the starting time can be booked without using your booking tokens. Such bookings are called NAB (Non-Advance Booking).
How do I book a court for serve practice?
Serve practice can only be done on Court 3 and is only allowed during non-prime sessions. However, NAB allows you to practice serve on court 3 during a prime time session.
To book Court 3 for serve practice, select “Practice Serves” in the Player 2 input box.
How do I invite and play with a guest?
You do it through the online booking. Guest fees must be paid in the system during the booking process before the court booking is confirmed.
Refer to our Guest Policy for more details.
For a step-by-step instruction on how to book with a guest, click here.
If a court is sitting empty, can I use it without booking it?
Yes. Courts that are unbooked may be used by both non-members and members and must be shared by switching at every top and bottom of the hour. Our staff has the right to ask anyone using an unbooked court to leave if access is needed to the court.