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How to Register for Free:


How much does it cost?

Registration is free. Your cost per play will be proportionate to membership type:

  • Visitors: $7.50/hr
  • Freedom Members: $4.50/hr
  • Diamond Members: $2.50/hr

Is it singles or doubles?

You will sign up individually and be ranked individually, all within a doubles play format. It’s what is called a rotational flex league, meaning you’ll round robin with different partners and opponents within a 2-hour session.

What is the schedule?

This is a FLEX league, meaning the schedule is very flexible. You don’t have to commit to a 6-week, every Wednesday night from 7-9pm. Simply find a session in the schedule that works for you and Opt-In. For every category & skill level there are about 5 sessions every single week on different days and at different times.

How long does the league last?

The league will run in 90 day seasons, but you can join a season at anytime. The rankings will re-set every 90 days and starting positions will be based on prior season’s results. At the end of every season, a payout is issued for top 3 finishers in each category & skill division. (see the next question)

What is the format?

It’s a rotational round robin. Meaning, you will play in a 4-some and rotate partners & opponents. You will play in 6 games to 11 (straight up) for a total of 66 potential points. Rankings are based off of % of points won. So 100% would be 6-0, 66 points. But let’s say you won 4 and lost 2, you would have 44 points from your wins. If your losses were 4-11 & 5-11, that’s another 9 points and you’d finish with 53/66 points for a win % of 80.3%. While rankings in the leaderboard are determined by % points won, there are controls in place that prevent a player from playing once and becoming 1st place after 1 session. The max movement, up or down, is 25% within the leaderboard. So among a grouping of 100 players, if you were brand new and had a 100% win rate, the furthest you could move up is to 75th place until you play again. Once you play and see your results, it will be much easier to grasp.

*In a grouping of 5 players, you would play everyone once to 15 with 1 bye for a total of 60 potential points. Same rules apply as above.

Can I play in the league at both Clubs & can I play in multiple divisions?

Yes & yes. You can play in the league at both Sandy & Orem. The two Clubs will have separate leaderboards, but you can definitely do both. As for the multiple divisions, you can play in your gender category and also Co-Ed. We would like to be true to skill level, so at 4.0 & above there is a minimum skill verification requirement. Sandbagging is not allowed and if it’s happening, you’ll be asked to play up or not at all.

How is Co-Ed different from Mixed Doubles?

Co-Ed allows men & women to play with or against each other, but it doesn’t always honor a M/W vs M/W matchup. Court Reserve’s league tools don’t accommodate that function yet, but it’s in the works. In the meantime, Co-Ed is basically a randomization of matchups; it could be 3 women and 1 man, 2 women vs 2 men or any other combination. In short, it allows the women & men to play with & against each other. The rotations and groupings will be according to ranking as the league progresses, so the best talent will match up with each other when they are in the same session.

What is a session?

A session is any 2-hour event that is tied to the leaderboard. Sessions are always 2 hours and will automatically report the scores to the leaderboard via Court Reserve score inputs. It may be common for a 2-hour session to finish the 6 games a little early. If that’s the case, you can play a 7th or 8th, but only the first 6 will impact the leaderboard. We have to plan for worst case scenario, which is 6 games in 2 hours. If you don’t get all the games in equally for every participant, then the % of points won is all messed up and inconsistent.