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Places to play near Walnut/Diamond Bar/West Covina Area

Discussion in 'USA West' started by corics, Mar 28, 2006.

  1. corics

    corics New Member

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    hi! im new in this discussion board. are there any badminton places to play near Walnut/Diamond Bar/West Covina Area? are there coaches who canteach? i know little of badminton but i want to learn to be good at it. thanks.
     
  2. TehDriver

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    I'd say your closest bet is the San Gabriel valley badminton club, I live in west covina and it's like 10-15 min drive down there. It's off the 10 freeway exit on rosemead.
     
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    thx for the info. yup, its funny but ive been living here in walnut for several years now but i never knew that there is a badminton playing area here.:D
     
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    A friend of mine actually told me that walnut was almost always packed. Are there anytimes where there's corts open as in literally no wait?
     
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    If you want luxury treatment, you got to pay bro. Otherwise, be patient. In OCBC you pay almost $ 20.00 per day but you can basically play for the whole day and there is almost never a waiting time or queue. :D
     
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    I know for a fact that tuesday nights and saturdays, there's always people there. you'll pretty much have to wait your turn unless you are there first. in that case, someone will sit on the bleachers behind the court and want to get on the court next after your games are over.

    they do have badminton during the day though and that might be ur best bet as most people have school or work.
     

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