BRENTWOOD SWIM AND TENNIS CLUB ETIQUETTE

BRENTWOOD SWIM AND TENNIS CLUB ETIQUETTE 

We are very proud of the incredible upgrades that we have just made to our facilities.  Keeping our facilities clean, attractive and in good repair is the responsibility of all members, not just staff.  To that end, The Board of Directors appreciates your careful reading of the expanded rules of conduct and etiquette below and subsequently teaching them to your family members and guests.

General Club Property

  • Dress Code comments: This is a family oriented pool - first and foremost.   While we want everyone to feel accepted and relaxed here, swimsuits should not be too revealing and should be common sense appropriate for a family environment.  The staff and Board of Directors reserve the right to enforce compliance.  Hopefully, this action will not be required.

  • Language should be civil, polite and age appropriate.  No profanity.

  • Willful destruction of Club property could result in prosecution and loss of membership rights. If accidental or thoughtless, will require restitution.

  • Parking is on the honor system as well.  Do not block either the east entrance to the soccer field or west entrance to lawn in front of courts 5-10 in case overflow parking on grass is needed.

  • Members sponsoring guests at the pool must sign them in at the pool reception desk for a $5 fee. This is an inexpensive amount and is according to the honor system.  All members should take this responsibility seriously and the time to tell guest our rules.

  • If you or your children see or hear of any rule being broken, please tell details to the Pool Manager on duty.

Pool

  • Children must be able to swim length of pool unassisted to swim without appropriate floatation device (floaties)

  • Children under 10 years old may not be left at pool unattended.

  • Child floaties and lifeguards are not your baby’s sitter. Parents or guardians are expected to attend to non-swimming children at all times.

  • All swimmers (adults, youth and children) are expected to follow instructions from your lifeguards. That is why we pay them.

  • No food inside pool fence

  • No glass anywhere

  • No running.

  • No diving except in deep diving well

  • No holding breath in water

  • No hanging on lane lines or buoyed lines

  • No double bouncing

  • One person on board at a time

  • Wait to dive until water below and in front of diving board is clear

  • The life guards on stands are busy and not to be engaged in conversation

  • No multi person floats

  • Throwing any ball must be done to insure no one is inadvertently hit.

  • Properly fitting swim diapers are required for all non-potty trained infants.

  • Only Patio wrought iron and metal tables & chairs and lounge furniture can be reserved for continuous use. TV Lounge and Private Dining Room furniture is forfeited for others to use once you have left the area.

  • General Rule: “If You Mess It Up, Clean It Up.”

  • Pick up trash on tables when you get up

  • If you are coming back to a table, put towels, bags and clothes neatly in chairs pushed back up to table. The table needs to look presentable. If you intend to leave, please take all your belongings and push chairs back up to table.

Clubhouse

  • The private room can be reserved (on a first-come, first-served basis) for a minimum 2 hour period for $75, which covers cleaning before and after. Each additional hour will be $50 each and staff has the right to limit extended usage. Our standard guest fee of $5 per guest still applies above the room rental charge.  During busy times, the party room may not be available for rent.

  • TV is for adults only. We subscribe to Comcast Basic and Sports packages.  Ask Pool manager or lifeguard for remote.

  • To preserve Clubhouse coolness and insure all swimmers check in at reception desk, please keep front door closed at all times.

  • The sliding barn doors are to be closed by staff only.

Tennis Courts

  • Tennis courts are for tennis only. Children games can be detrimental to the court surfaces.  All other uses must be permitted by Andy Veal. We have a very accessible and nicely kept field for all other games.

  • Eating on tennis courts is not allowed.

  • Tennis balls are for the tennis court. Please return any balls found outside courts to nearest court.

  • Do not take balls from the tennis ball carts provided for tennis players unless they are to be used for tennis.

  • When matches are being played on courts 1-4, Wall Ball is not allowed due to noise and errant ball distraction to tennis players.

General Club Property

  • Dress Code comments: This is a family oriented pool - first and foremost.   While we want everyone to feel accepted and relaxed here, swimsuits should not be too revealing and should be common sense appropriate for a family environment.  The staff and Board of Directors reserve the right to enforce compliance.  Hopefully, this action will not be required.

  • Language should be civil, polite and age appropriate.  No profanity.

  • Willful destruction of Club property could result in prosecution and loss of membership rights. If accidental or thoughtless, will require restitution.

  • Parking is on the honor system as well.  Do not block either the east entrance to the soccer field or west entrance to lawn in front of courts 5-10 in case overflow parking on grass is needed.

  • Members sponsoring guests at the pool must sign them in at the pool reception desk for a $5 fee. This is an inexpensive amount and is according to the honor system.  All members should take this responsibility seriously and the time to tell guest our rules.

  • If you or your children see or hear of any rule being broken, please tell details to the Pool Manager on duty.