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    Default Any players from Fort Bonifacio or Taguig?

    Hello all, I'm staying in Taguig & would like to know if anyone is playing in Taguig area? Has anyone played at the Camp Badminton FTI (Food Terminal Inc) or at the Philippines Army Wellness Center (Fort Bonifacio)?

    I'm told at the Army Wellness, Mon-Sat: 9am to 10pm & Sun: 9am to 6pm. Pls let me know if any of you are playing in these venues or if none, we can create a new group. Kindly let me know 0917-8970333.

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    Last week I visited the Philippines Army Wellness Center in Fort Bonifacio to try out the court. I'm pleased to inform the place is nice. It has 6 taraflex courts. Fee is P70 play all you can on Sat & Sun (not sure on weekdays). Other than badminton, the fee also inclusive table tennis & basketball. Outside the building, they have a big swimming pool & picnic area (separate fee). Overall, its a nice place for family get together over the weekend.

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    Oh forgot to mention it's open to the public. Here's the address & location info:

    Philippine Army Wellness Center,
    Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

    There are 6 rubber courts
    Time: 6am to 10pm (Mon-Sat) & 6am to 6pm (Sunday)
    *Need to verify if the above time is still current.

    Here are some pics of the place but most info is out-dated:
    http://www.army.mil.ph/Welfare2/wellness_center.htm

    For direction, you can use google map & search "Philippine Army Gymnasium, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines"

    Let me know if any of you would like to try it out over the weekend.

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    Update of opening & closing hours.

    Time: 8am to 10pm (Tue-Sat) & 8am to 6pm (Sunday).

    As for Mon they open 2pm to 10pm (they have maintenance in the morning)

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    How much is the court fee for weekdays?

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    Opsss forgot to mention that. Fee is P70 per person - play all you can (Mon to Sun)
    Last edited by pchin2; 04-12-2012 at 12:53 PM.

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    Let me know if anyone plans to play this weekend

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    This Sunday (April 22) we have a game in the Philippine Army Wellness Center (popularly known as Army Gym) from 9:00am to 12:00pm. You can stay on after 12:00pm as it's "play all you can". Anyone is welcome to join us. My contact 0917-8970333 (Paul)

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    Hi Paul! I'm definitely interested.. will contact you within this week..

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    Looking forward to play with you, donditz. Just give me a txt.

    As of now, our playing schedule during the weekends is as follow:

    Saturday: 4pm to 7pm

    Sunday: 3pm to 6pm

    If you have a friend with you, feel free to come earlier or stay longer since it's "play all you can"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pchin2 View Post
    Looking forward to play with you, donditz. Just give me a txt.

    As of now, our playing schedule during the weekends is as follow:

    Saturday: 4pm to 7pm

    Sunday: 3pm to 6pm

    If you have a friend with you, feel free to come earlier or stay longer since it's "play all you can"
    Oh, hapon na pala.. oks lang.. we can play on saturday.. dalawa po kami.. just one question though, open naman to sa public diba? kasi it was indicated in the website na exclusive user for active army personnel lang..

    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by donditz View Post
    Oh, hapon na pala.. oks lang.. we can play on saturday.. dalawa po kami.. just one question though, open naman to sa public diba? kasi it was indicated in the website na exclusive user for active army personnel lang..

    thanks!
    Yup it's open for public. I'm a civilian too. There are certain courts reserved for army personnel.

    Players there are friendly. Sometimes during peak hours, due to the limited courts, usually we play with other players. They enjoy playing with different players.

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    Guys, please let me know when are you going to play again, newbie from Mandaluyong and looking for playmates, here is my digits 09063693406 ..

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    Hi, this week I have a office badminton competition so I won't able to play in the Philippines Army Wellness Center (Army Gym) but next week I will play there. Will contact you our next schedule.

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    Hi,

    Is the website updated with regards to the time and days for exclusive of courts for army personnel use?

    Are there so many players during saturdays from 9am onwards?

    We work somewhere in mckinley and play every saturday usually at The Zone in makati but would like to play longer since our playing time there is limited (per hour charging). Our number every week range from 8 - 15 players.

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    Updated info:

    Philippine Army Wellness Center (popularly known as Army Gym),
    Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

    There are 6 rubber courts
    Time: 8am to 10pm (Tue-Sat) & 8am to 6pm (Sunday)
    *Monday is from 2pm to 10pm. There is a maintenance in the morning.

    Playing fee: P70 play all you can. Open to the public.


    For direction, you can use google map & search "Philippine Army Gymnasium, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaymz View Post
    Hi,

    Is the website updated with regards to the time and days for exclusive of courts for army personnel use?

    Are there so many players during saturdays from 9am onwards?

    We work somewhere in mckinley and play every saturday usually at The Zone in makati but would like to play longer since our playing time there is limited (per hour charging). Our number every week range from 8 - 15 players.
    Hi jaymz, pls see above post for some updated info. Out of the 6 courts, 3 are reserved for the army personnel. However, if there is no army personnel, they would allow other players to use it except peak hours in the evening for weekdays & Sat afternoon to evening.

    Sat & Sun morning are usually quiet unless there is an event or tournament. Peak hours on Sat starts around 3pm & usually all 6 courts will be occupied. After 8pm usually not many players left.

    Give it a try as the location is very convenient & near to your Mckinley work place. Give me a text or ring, I'm usually free on Sat morning & would like to join your group.

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