Tennis & Pickleball

Courts Are Open for members and HPI private lessons . 


1. Courts are open 7am-9:30 pm, by reservation only for members ONLY (except for HPI private lessons).
2. Members must carry their membership card at all times.
3. Reservations can be made online by going to the Members Reservations Page

  Reservations will be available one week in advance. 

 -- If you need help with online reservations call the lodge office.

-- only 1 week in advance. Otherwise automatically cancelled.
4. Bathrooms  rules below. Please come equipped to play without these facilities.
5. Hands must be cleaned with hand sanitizer prior to playing.
6. Players must wear masks when entering and exiting the courts.
 Other Rules:

Bathrooms

Door should be left open for ventilation

Stall door to remain shut for privacy

Sanitize before and after use with disinfectant spray

Twice daily sanitation by janitorial staff

 

Ball Machine

Avoid touching balls

Use ball mower to pick up most balls

For stray balls, use racquet and foot or gloved hand to pick up balls

Sanitize all handles of ball mower and ball machine before and after use with sanitizing wipes or 70% Isopropanol

 

Doubles Play

Online reservations required, as with singles

Decide who will take the middle shots ahead of play

Try to stay 6 ft apart or more

All players must bring their own can of balls and serve with those balls only OR play with left hand gloved

Do not switch sides to decrease the chance of aerosol inhalation

The Courts

 

There are 4 lit courts available for Tennis and Pickleball!

(*see members reservation page)

Fun Fact!

The San Mateo Elks Lodge is one of the few Elks Lodges in the country to have its own tennis courts.

Members Reserve Your Court Now! 

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Now is the hour when Elkdom's tower is darkened by the shroud of night, and father time on his silver chime Tolls off each

moment's flight.

 

In Cloistered halls, each Elk recalls His Brothers where'er they be, And traces their faces to well-known places In the annals

of memory.

 

Whether they stand on a foreign land Or lie in an earthen bed, Whether they be on the boundless sea With the breakers of

death ahead.

 

Whate'er their plight on this eerie night Whate'er their fate may be Where ever they are be it near or far. They are thinking of you

and me.

 

So drink from the fountain of fellowship To the Brother who clasped your hand And wrote your worth in the rock of earth And your faults upon the sand.

 

TO OUR ABSENT BROTHERS

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