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Racquets: Rules, Dress Code and Conduct

Tennis Court Dress Code

  1. Men & Boys - Tennis shirts must be white, collared and have sleeves. Tennis shorts must be white.   A small logo on sleeve, left chest and/or shorts is permitted.  Stripes or piping not to exceed ½ inch in width is permitted.
  2. Women & Girls - Tennis shirts must be white.  Collars and sleeves are not required.  Tennis skirts must be white.  A small logo on sleeve, left chest and/or skirt is permitted.  Stripes or piping not to exceed ½ inch in width is permitted. 
  3. Accessories - Tennis shoes must be smooth-soled and may be any color.  Hats and socks must be white.  Small logos are permitted.  Tennis outerwear may be any color throughout the year.

Paddle Court Dress Code

  1. Only sneakers and athletic wear are permitted. Blue denim of any kind is prohibited.

Any member or guest not properly attired for tennis or paddle may be asked to purchase appropriate attire from the pro shop or to leave the courts.


Code of Conduct on the Courts

  1. Adults and children shall at all times display good sportsmanship.
  2. Adults and children shall at all times compete in the spirit of fair play.
  3. Adults and children shall at all times display proper etiquette.
  4. Adults and children shall at all times respect other members, professionals and employees.

The Racquets Professionals have the right to enforce these rules at all times.  In the event that one or more court conduct or dress code rules are broken, the Racquets Professionals may issue a warning.  Continuous rules violations may result in a suspension, the length of which will be determined by the Board.