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our court - faq
+ How much are guest fees?
The Guest Fee is $15.  The fee is reduced to $10 from 7:00pm in the evening to 7:00am in the morning.
+ How do I book a court?

Courts are booked online by logging into your member account at www.ourcourtbookings.com

Equity and Associates can reserve courts 5 days in advance.

+ When can I play?
Our Court is open for play seven days per week, 24 hours per day, except for regular periods of cleaning and maintenance.

The club week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday. Play begins at 7:00 a.m. and continues in 90-minute segments for 24 hours.

The one and one-half time periods are:
7:00 am
8:30 am*
10:00 am*
11:30 am
1:00 pm
2:30 pm
4:00 pm*
5:30 pm*
7:00 pm*
8:30 pm

*Weekday prime time periods (please no ball machine use or private lessons if possible)

Reservations are advised, but Courts can be used any time if they are open and no one is using them.
+ Who serves on the Board?

Josie Harper - President  
Linda Barton - Vice Pres.           
Paul Buff - Treasurer
Joan Holcombe - Secretary
Iris Berezin
Hank Doran

A.J. Horvath

Joan Toland


+ Who do I email with concerns?

If you have a question or concern about the club, email the Club Manager.

If you still feel your concerns are not being addressed, contact the Our Court Board directly.

+ Can I use the courts if they're wet?
The courts should not be used when any unsafe conditions exist.  Due to rapidly changing weather conditions or other factors, there may not be a warning posted immediately.  The Manager should be notified with any condition that requires attention.

Occassionally, a slippery and unsafe condition occurs when a combination of high outside huidity and a cool court surface leads to condensation on the court surface. The procedure below will help retard the condensation and is set out for members who arrive to play and find condensation beginning to form but judge the courts still safe to play. 

1.  Raise the overhead door on Court 2 only about a foot to allow cooler air to blow forcefully over the court surface.  (A tennis ball can is useful to prop it open.)

2.  Shut the louver to prevent humid air entering from above.

3.  Open and secure the glass door to the court area and the outside glass entry door.

4.  Turn the exhaust fan on.

5.  Keep the emergency exit doors behind the green curtains closed.

6.  Remember, the last person to leave, must secure the building.