How to use “Game Proposals”

The scheduling committee strives to produce court schedules that benefit the largest number of players. Some of our time slots are quite popular, maybe too popular, especially in the morning. But maybe you’re not a morning person. And the last time you wandered over to the courts in the afternoon, no one showed up. Well, there is a members-only forum on our pickleball website to help solve that problem.

The Game Proposals Forum is a space where club members can find and create playing opportunities during off-peak hours.

Within the Game Proposals Forum are three separate forums for Casuals, Competitives, and Novices. Select whichever level matches your play. Here are some of the things you can do on the forum.

Find a Game

Looking for a Competitive afternoon game? Check the Game Proposals for Competitives to see if any topics fit your need. Call the starter or post a reply.

Propose a Game

Like to sleep in and play a little later? Go ahead and propose a game. First check the current club-play schedule to make sure your game won’t cause a conflict. For example, don’t propose a game when the schedule calls for a round robin because the court schedule takes precedence. Here’s how to propose a game.

Subscribe to be alerted to new replies

See a game that interests you and you want to stay in the loop by getting an email whenever someone posts a reply? Here’s how to subscribe for new replies. After subscribing, you will automatically receive emails showing subsequent replies to the topic you chose. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Subscribe to be alerted to new topics

Are you new to the club and want to hear about all new game proposals at the Novice level? Here’s how to subscribe for new topics. After subscribing, you will automatically receive emails showing new topics posted to the forum you chose. You can unsubscribe at any time.