Court Schedule

Court Schedule Picture 2 Dec 21 2021

The above schedule is in effect from January 1, 2022 to April 1, 2022. Subject to change at anytime.

For an explanation of our programs listed in the schedule, scroll down to "Our Programs" below.

Click this link to view a printable court schedule: Silveridge Pickleball_Court Schedule_2022_Jan 1_Apr 1_Dec 18 2021

Round Robin Play: Invitations will be sent via SUG for registration. Club members must use SUG and may only register in advance for three sessions per week. Exception: If a session is not full 90 minutes before the start of play, members already registered for three sessions that same week may also register for the open spot. Violating this policy may result in a temporary suspension of round robin playing privileges.

How We Play

Our Programs

Our court schedule is developed with different programs for our members to participate in, which you will see listed below.

Sign Up Genius

Our Club uses Sign Up Genius to manage round robin play and invite members to other events and skills & drills. It is recommended to our members to open a FREE Sign Up Genius account in order to modify or delete events they have signed up to attend.

Open Play

We have open play time for all pickleball players who are not Club members. Club members are also welcome to play during Open Play sessions. The format is drop-in; no registration on Sign Up Genius is required.

 

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Our Programs

Below is a definition of each program and how it works.

Arrange Own Game

Club members use Sign Up Genius (SUG) to book a court and play with other players – maximum of 6 players per court. If a player doesn't register, they must give up the court to someone who has a reservation.

Club All Play

Open to all Silveridge Pickleball Club (Club) members of all skill levels. The format is drop-in; no reservation on SUG is required. All skill levels are welcome to play each other and rotate each game to play someone new. Play is organized using the paddle rack system.

Friday Night Social

Open to all Club members of all skill levels. The format is drop-in; no court reservation on SUG is required.

Bring your lawn chair, beverage and food (do not share food or drinks with others) and maintain the 6 feet rule while socializing with others.

Group Level Round Robin Play, Ladies League Play and Men's League Play

All three programs will use the round robin format play.

Players receive an email from SUG to play and must register as an individual player.

Players are assigned a number and play with and against a variety of other players.

The round robin format sheet will indicate the court a player will play on for one game. After each game, players check the round robin sheet for the court number of their next game.

There are established play times for each group and players receive an email inviting them to go to SUG to register to play during their specific skill level session.

The Round Robin Captain is responsible for determining play and player format as well as ensuring COVID-19 social distancing and sanitizing guidelines are followed. The Captain will maintain a list of participants in case contact tracing is required. The captain will recommend moving up or down in level of play if needed.

Mixed Doubles

The team of two Club members (one male and one female) use SUG to register to play.  You partner with the same person but play different couples each game. Include name of partner in the comments box when you sign up. The round robin format will be used unless the Round Robin Captain established a different game format (e.i. King of the Court).

Thursday Evening

Open to all Club members. Invitations will be sent via SUG for registration. The round robin format will be followed or the Captain may select a different format of play. Each week the groups will roate the start time of either 6:00 or 7:15 pm.

Trusted Circle

If COVID-19 continues to be a concern for you, you might consider forming a small group (2-10) of players, i.e. a "trusted circle", composed of others who share your position about social distancing and virus protection practises on and off the court. Then, whenever you play, you always partner with someone from your trusted circle.

Unused Courts

Open to all pickleball players who are not Club members. Club members are also welcome to reserve court time during Open Play sessions. The format is drop-in; no registration on SUG is required.