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Old 03-07-2008, 08:39 PM   #27
heycal
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Originally Posted by Rickson View Post
It's a hundred bucks for the season and the permit gives you the right to play on a signed up court for 1 hour. The park permit has a pic so nobody can pretend to be another, but it's worth 50 bucks a piece if you have a steady partner. You sign your name on a clipboard. Permit #1234. You get your court when one opens up and no, not every player needs a permit. Only the guy signing in his permit number.
So if you only play tennis with one other person all season, I guess splitting a pass might work. For most other scenarios it seems impractical, no?
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