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Boys & Girls Club Play

Sequim Picklers Playing Schedule
Saturdays 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Sundays 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Wednesdays 6:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. 

Always check the
Play & Events Calendar

This is a Members-only event. Please wear your Sequim Picklers’ name tag.

— Please follow the Opening and Closing Procedures.

Admission is $3 per member (free to Gold members). Please try to bring small bills when paying — change is not always available. Admission is $6 per person for out-of-town guests of Sequim Picklers’ members. (Exact change, please)

— If you come on Wednesday evening (6:30 - 9:30 p.m.), please do not arrive before 6 p.m. For safety reasons, no visitors are allowed inside until the children have left the building. 

— When driving into the B&GC, use the proper entrance and do not drive in using the EXIT.

— Please see the Swift Net Procedures page and watch the short video on the proper net setup.

— Players MUST wear appropriate court shoes. Black-soled shoes or anything other than sports/tennis shoes is not permitted.

— Follow all the rules regarding open play and HAVE FUN!

Sequim Picklers Court Player Rotation-Boys & Girls Club


These guidelines apply during any club-organized Open Play. In Open Play, all courts are open to all players, first come first serve. Once the courts are full, a line forms (via paddle in a queue or sitting in a line). Games played to 11, win by 2.

 

An orange T-Shirt marks the place where ‘4 IN’ begins.   

Player Queue
The line/seats are first come first serve, one seat per person. General guidelines:

●  3 wins in a row and you go back in line – maximum, 3 wins in a row.

●  A player may only put a paddle in one line at a time.

●  In a 4-in/4-out scenario, the winners of the 4-out put their paddles in line ahead of the losers. 

With 2 open courts:

●  15 or fewer total players (7 or fewer waiting) rotate in 2 at a time.

●  16 or more total players (8 or more waiting) rotate in 4 at a time.

●  20 or more total players (12 or more waiting) play to 9, win by 1, rotate 4 in at a time.

With 3 open courts:

●  23 or fewer total players (11 or fewer waiting) rotate in 2 at a time.

●  24 or more total players (12 or more waiting) rotate in 4 at a time.

●  30 or more total players (18 or more waiting) play to 9, win by 1, rotate 4 in at a time.  

Starting a Challenge or Novice Court
A separate line can be formed for a single court that has been declared for a specific skill rating, either Novice (2.5 and beginners) or Challenge (3.5/4.0 and higher). There must be at least 6 players at that level to start and maintain that court, otherwise it reverts back to Open Play and the queue lines merge.  

A designated court with:

●  7 or fewer total players (3 or fewer waiting) rotate in 2 at a time.

●  8 or more total players (4 or more waiting) rotate in 4 at a time.

●  12 or more total players (8 or more waiting) play to 9, win by 1, rotate 4 in at a time.

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