Below is the court schedule in effect until March 31, 2023.
Click here to view a printable court schedule which takes effective January 8, 2023: Court Schedule_Jan 9 to Mar 31_Revised Jan 11 2023
Mixed Doubles/Arrange Own Game/Ball Machine Use:
Click here to access SUG to register to play during Mixed Doubles, book a court for Arrange Own Game, book to use the ball machine, sign up for bottle collection and the Introduction to Pickleball For Beginners sessions.
Silveridge Pickleball Club Skill Levels:
How We Play
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.
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.
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 booked a court.
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.
Open to Club members of a specific group level. Invitations will be sent via SUG for registration. The format of play will be determined by the Round Robin Captain. A schedule assigning each group a Wednesday evening will be posted on the bulletin board.
Friday Night Social
Open to all Club members of all skill levels. The format is drop-in, no registration on SUG is required. Bring your lawn chair, beverage an food and have some fun socializing with other members.
Round Robin Play and Ladies League Play
These programs will use the round robin format play. Round robin play provides a structured rotational format of play for 8-32 players. Round robin play is a tool used to help organize play for skill group play times.
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.
You do not need a partner for these programs. Players are assigned a number and play with and against a variety of other players. While a true round robin involves each player every other player through the full rotation, due to the size of some round robin groups and the time constraint to play the session, this may not always happen. For larger groups, the paddle rack format can be used.
Arrive 10 minutes before start time because the round robin will start on time. It is preferred you stay the whole session, unless there are spare players to cover you.
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. round robin sheets include 6-7 games, which will be completed during the assigned time. Games will be played to 12 or 15 minutes.
The Round Robin Captain is responsible for determining play format. The captain will recommend moving up or down in level of play if needed.
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 or paddle rack format will be used.
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.
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.