Rules & Regulations

  1. Open daily: Monday – Thursday 7:30 am.-10 pm., Friday 7:30 am – 9:00 pm, Saturday 7:30 am – 6:00 pm, Sunday 7:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
     
  2. Registration: All players must register in Pro Shop before play. Proper ID required for residential rates.
     
  3. Reservations: Permit holders may call the Pro Shop 2 days in advance, beginning at 12:30 p.m. or in person after 1:00 p.m. Non-permit holders may call 1 day in advance, beginning at 12:30 p.m. Please notify Pro Shop of cancellations.
     
  4. Courts are assigned for 1-½ hours. Please wait until your assigned time to go to your court.
     
  5. Court availability may be restricted due to tournaments, programming or special events.
     
  6. Only PRTC tennis professionals are allowed to give lessons. Players are allowed a maximum of six balls per court.
     
  7. Proper tennis attire required. Shirts must be worn at all times.
     
  8. Courts may be reassigned if at least two players have not checked in within ten minutes of their assigned start time.
     
  9. “Hopping courts” or “Double booking” of courts is prohibited. If you wish to continue to play after your assigned court time, you must check with the Pro Shop for court availability.
     
  10. You must be a PRTC permit holder to play on a team.
     
  11. Tennis etiquette and civil behavior must be demonstrated at all times. Failure to comply may result in a player being required to leave the facility for the day, banned for a set period of time or revocation of a permit.
     
  12. Please turn off cell phones. Smoking, alcoholic beverages, pets, skateboarding and rollerblading are prohibited. Bicycles must be kept in designated areas.
     
  13. When unsafe conditions are present due to lightning, a warning signal (one 15 second blast will sound) or an announcement will be made for all programming to stop and seek safe shelter. All patrons are strongly advised to do the same. During this period, no courts will be assigned. An all clear signal (3 blasts) will sound when it is safe to return to the courts.