Organized Play Programs
Let’s play the clay! Let us take care of you with events that will draw members and guests together and provide opportunities to meet new players or just pick up a game!
Organized play programs will be set up and overseen by the Bear Mountain Pro Staff to enhance your member experience. With drop-in mixers, Doubles shootouts and tournaments, there will be events for all ages and levels of play! Please refer to the Tennis Canada Play Tennis Self Rating Guide to establish your level. This will help to ensure all participants are competitive with each other.
All our programs will be coordinated by a member of the BMTC Pro Team, courts will be reserved by our staff and will include balls and administrative fees. Some events will be free and some will have a fee to cover the cost of food and prizes.
Only Bear Mountain Tennis members and Hotel guests can participate in our organized play programs. Some events will be designated as a “Bring a Guest” event and will allow members to bring in guests to participate.
35th Gllangcolme Tennis Festival
Mixed Doubles Triple Knock-Out
June 22nd to 25th, 2017
Entry forms available in May, entry deadline; Saturday June 17th
Men’s Provincial League Final
Throughout the year we would like anyone who wants to just pick up a game to come down and play. A member of our Pro Team will be present and will set up in the gathering area between the clay courts to help arrange and rotate matches. A sign in sheet will be available 1/2 hour prior to each drop-in.
The first 24 players to sign up will play. So, if you are looking to meet some new people to play with, get some exercise, enjoy the clay or just pick up a game come down and join in. This is an adult event for all levels of play!
Summer Schedule: June 26th to August 30th, 2017
Fee: No charge
Maximum: 24 players
Tuesdays 10 am to 12 noon, Thursdays 6 pm to 8 pm
Co-ordinator: Club Professional Clay courts 1 to 4
Drop-in Mixed socials may be interrupted from time to time by tournaments. Please watch for notices.
Drop-in Mixed Socials
Doubles Competitive Shoot-Outs
These “Doubles Shoot-Out” socials will provide a great evening of socializing combined with competitive play. There is a maximum of 20 players per shoot-out and you are guaranteed at least four rounds of play, each round being eight games. After each round of play you will switch partners and opponents, so there will be lots of mixing.
Registration fee: $20.00.
Registration fee goes towards prizes!
Registration opens approximately 3 weeks prior to the event.
Co-ordinator: Pro Team.
These events are for adults and are caliber specific! Before registering for any of our shootouts, please refer to the Tennis Canada Play Tennis Self-Rating Guide to establish your level. Find the level that best describes your “general level of play during a match.” This will help to ensure all are participants are matched by level.
Shoot-out Summer Schedule
|Mixed 3.5 to 4.5||Advanced level players||Saturday, July 8th, 2017||4:00 to 8:00pm|
|Mixed 2.5 to 3.5||Novice/Intermediate level players||Saturday, July 15th, 2017||4:00 to 8:00pm|
|Mixed 2.5 to 3.5||Novice/Intermediate level players||Saturday, Aug. 19th, 2017||4:00 to 8:00pm|
|Mixed 3.5 to 4.5||Advanced level players||Saturday, Aug. 26th, 2017||4:00 to 8:00pm|
Find suitable playing partners and enjoy playing tennis more
The Self Rating Guide is not a rating of the level “you hope to play at” or “your best day ever” or strictly based on how well you hit the ball. This is a “full package” rating guide of your level of “PLAY”. This rating guide involves your tactical, technical, physical, mental and emotional skills, during competitive match play.
Use the “Play Tennis” Self-Rating Guide which identifies and describes different levels of tennis ability.
Find your own general level of tennis ability.
Find players of a similar level so that you can have competitive games.
Play an individual at a higher level using handicap scoring to make the game more competitive.
Participate in group lessons or league play with people of similar ability.
Guidelines to rate yourself:
Study the “Play Tennis” self-rating chart
Start reading from the top of the chart, beginning with Level 1.0.
Find the level that best describes your general level of play.
Ask your Instructor or Coach to validate your self-rating, if you think that will help.
Remember that as you play more, and improve, your rating may improve.
Update your rating periodically.
Results in social and competitive matches will validate whether your chosen level is reasonably accurate.
“PLAY TENNIS” – SELF-RATING GUIDE