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Hi

I'm trying to sort out my local club as a member. We are in need of reforming the current booking policy.
Our generous policy means we can book up to a week in advance, and we can have up to seven bookings in hand.

So far, so good. Except that this is the only rule. One hour a day, every day, for everyone. It's so simple, it can hardly be called a booking policy.

We've been experiencing a situation where a tiny number of players arrange to book blocks of 2,3, or even 4 hours a day, and spend the entire early evening at the club. So two out of our three courts are effectively out of rotation.

My instinct says the answer is quite simple (we have money to spend on this).
  1. Require all players to register, and court time counts against their weekly allowance
  2. Extend the advance booking period to 3 or 4 weeks
I can't explain why this would work, neither can I find a resource that lists booking policy rules and their uses. Can anyone help?
 

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I know. I just thought tennis players might know a bit about how a club is run. That's how it is in NZ.
 
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