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Looking for place to play badminton in NY on weekdays

Discussion in 'USA East' started by EastcoastAZN, May 12, 2005.

  1. EastcoastAZN

    EastcoastAZN Regular Member

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    Hi if you play badminton in the NYC area and during the weekdays can you please share with us the location,times,days,fee,number of courts,and whether the place is private or public(drop ins) thanks.
     
  2. B787-9

    B787-9 Regular Member

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    please visit..nycbadminton.com
     
  3. tng0907

    tng0907 New Member

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    play in queens and manhattan

    www.nycbadminton.com (John Bowne HS, Flushing; Manhattan locations):

    Queens: They open on Tues(night 730-1030), Thurs(night 730-1030), Fri(night 730-1030) and Sat (afternoon 230-730). Good gym, 6 courts wood floor. players lvl from newbie to pros. some times not many ppl at all(like friday night). walk-in is around $14 and three month membership is $108, I think. Bring your own racket and shuttles.
     
  4. coconut

    coconut Regular Member

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    friendlybadminton.com...cheapest training in the ny metro area and very competitive players xD
     
  5. Evan77546

    Evan77546 Regular Member

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    lol
    so much for the "friendly" badminton.
     

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