Tennis Team Regulations
A. No more than four women’s day league teams will be allowed to play on Green Trails Subdivision courts. Only two teams per day of the week.
B. All teams, including current teams and new teams forming, must submit rosters that include names, addresses, subdivisions and phone numbers to league coordinator for Committee approval each year prior to August 15th. The rosters will be marked as to the date received and final approval will be based on best percentages of residents and earliest date received. Should any changes occur within the team rosters, please submit those changes two weeks prior to the beginning of the Spring season.
C. Green Trails teams ideally should be comprised of 50% Green Trails residents or more, although, if 50% is not obtainable, 25% is minimally required.
D. Any team submitting a roster of 50% or more takes priority over teams with less than 50%, assuming those rosters are submitted by the stated deadline.
E. The Green Trails Phase II Home Owners Association is now requiring non-residents to pay a yearly $25.00 fee per team to play league on our courts. The Green Trails residents already pay home owner association dues annually for this privilege. The fees must be submitted with rosters when seeking team approval prior to August 15th to include both the coming Fall and Spring seasons.
F. Non-resident court fees allow for league play only including practices/clinics with resident teammates. This does not entitle the non-resident to a card key or use of courts at any other time without resident teammates present.
G. Players must sign a General Liability Release form and have court fees paid to the Tennis Committee prior to league play.
H. Green Trails residents will be given priority to join a team, if they are qualified to play at that teams level. Non-resident team members will be replaced with a “qualified” Green Trails Phase II resident at the end of a season or paid year. Removal of a non-resident player will not have to occur if there is room to add additional players on the team roster. To be added to the roster, a player must be ranked or capable of playing the level where the opening occurs.
I. The Captain will submit their league schedule to the Tennis Committee as soon as he/she receives it. Home match dates will be put on the sign up sheets to reserve court time.
J. ainout make-up dates must be posted on the bulletin board by the courts. Make-up dates are on a first-come, first-serve basis but will not have to adhere to the 48 hour rule if it is indicated the court is reserved for a league make-up match. Enter rain dates on sign up sheet also.
K. The captain will signify, in writing, that he/she has read and understands the above rules and that any violation may result in the Committee’s refusal to allow the team to have use of the courts. The captain is required to sign an acknowledgement form agreeing to adhere to the Tennis Team Regulations.
L. If, for any reason, pre-approved court time will not be used, the team must be sure to “free-up” the court by crossing off the reservation at least 24 hours in advance. The only exception to this is due to bad weather.
M. Captain and co-captain of each league must be Green Trails residents. Each team must have one resident representative on the Tennis Committee.
N. Teams are responsible for toilet paper, paper towels, soap and making sure the restrooms are left clean. This includes periodically removing bathroom trash to outdoor waste receptacles for pick up. Bathrooms can only be used during league play. The main card reader gate must be locked, not propped open, at all times during league play. The bathroom must be locked at all times.
O. The captain of each team will be the only person to have a bathroom key.
P. Absolutely no children allowed during match play.
Q. One court must be available for resident use, however, if the third court is not reserved and no residents walk-ons arrive by 10 a.m., the third court may be started at that time to prevent match play in extreme heat.