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*Beginners: The beginner session will include an hour a day for the first several weeks on skill development and rules. Must be at least 10 yrs old, or have prior playing experience (club) to participate.
**Intermediate/Advance: This is an open court opportunity for players to be on a team to compete against each other and HAVE FUN. Outdoor rules apply. Players can come together in a team, or show up and teams will be created. Teams will range between 2-6 players. Instructor has final say on player level of participation as well as hold the right to move players dependent upon evaluated level and for player safety. Instructor has final say in all playing, match, format and discussion decisions.
Instructor holds the right to refuse participation to anyone. This is recreational. This is a fun atmosphere for people to come and enjoy. Anyone who disturbs the culture is subject to removal. No refunds. Fee is due in full regardless of attendance.
Contact instructor Brenda Moser, firstname.lastname@example.org