TAUGHT BY DOUG HASTINGS, 5.0 AND CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR
MOUNTAIN VIEW COURTS
SUNDAY, MAY 22, 10 AM - 12 PM
LIMITED TO 8 PLAYERS
(A SECOND SESSION FROM 1-3 PMMAY BE HELD
IF NUMBERS INDICATE)
CLINIC IS $30/PERSON/PREPAID
RSVP to Jeannie Ramsey, 360-531-4195 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For Intermediate players who want to get to the next level. The clinic is designed to improve your stroke mechanics and to help you become a more consistent player. It will cover:
A. Soft game - dinking, blocking, volleying, offensive lob
B. Transition game- 3rd shot drop, drives, lobs
C. Specialty shot selection - overheads, drop shots
D. Serve and return
E. Court positioning
1. To respect our neighbors, please keep noise to a minimum.
2. If players can adjust their play level, they may play at skill levels below their level. Players can attempt to play at the next level up but should use their judgment as to whether they can compete at that level.
3. If not enough players show up for the beginner court, then three courts would be designated for Intermediate/Advanced Intermediate.
The same would be true for the Advanced. There should be at least six players there for the court to be designated Beginner or Advanced.
In other words, court assignments would be fluid depending on the number and type of players there. Adv and Beg courts can play with
fewer than 6 players if there are not many players waiting on the Intermediate courts.
4. This is a new schedule and is intended to be changed as we learn more about play patterns and needs.
Player Rotation for Drop-In and Open Play
Generally, follow the procedure that has been used in the past.
If 1 player is waiting, that player goes in and one comes out.
If there are 2-4 players waiting, the two losing players go out, the winners split, and the 2 players next in line go in.
If more than four players are waiting, four go in and four go out.
Winners should limit their games to 2 in a row, and then come out. Use the paddle holders to determine who is up next.
Remember these are all public courts and anyone can play on them. We are using them as available.
Portable nets and balls in boxes belong to PTPC.
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