Code of Conduct:
Members are to use their own judgment in deciding what to wear with the following exceptions
The fact that you are a member of a tennis club and represent the Club when on the court should help dictate your choice of clothing Any member of the executive committee can ask anyone inappropriately dressed to leave the courts.
Members are required to wear the shoe tag issued upon registration at all times. The tag is the only means by which other players can identify you as a fellow member. Players not wearing their tags will be considered non-members and could be asked to leave the court.
Access to the courts is controlled by code combination which each member is informed of upon registration. This code is for members use only and any member found to be providing this combination to non-members risks having their membership revoked. In the event the Club Executive is forced during the season to change the combination a notice will be placed in the Clubhouse of the new code. It is recommended that members check the bulletin board regularly or with an Executive member to ensure that the code has not changed.
Members are to conduct themselves in a manner befitting that of a member in a community club. This entails:
Should any member be found to violate these rules or in some other manner be a negative influence on club members, Executives and/or operations, the manner will receive:
Juniors who do not comply with the above rules may face disciplinary actions such as: