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08-30-2004, 11:25 AM #35Originally Posted by linkdvd2000
1.1: Prefer high skill lvl competitive games, as they have some really good players among tri-state area.
1.2: Would like to attend either group or individual training session(s).
Otherwise, I think the price might be a bit too expensive, if you just come for social purpose, or don't want to wait quite a bit time to get court time.
2. If you are more like int. lvl, and just would like to get some games going, personally, I think Brooklyn club might be a better choice.
3. NYCB has different drop in / membership price (check their site to contact). If you want to participate in training, you need to pay extra and need to schedule a date with them.
4. They have 3 different sites. I believe all are school gyms.
09-01-2004, 05:11 PM #36Originally Posted by linkdvd2000
09-01-2004, 06:24 PM #37Originally Posted by robina
09-02-2004, 04:45 PM #38Originally Posted by Apitat
09-06-2004, 06:12 PM #39Originally Posted by robina
09-10-2004, 01:09 AM #40
Anyone here go to the Brooklyn Badminton Club?
09-10-2004, 11:14 AM #41Originally Posted by Apitat
a good mix of players (beginner to advanced).
09-11-2004, 12:01 AM #42Originally Posted by just2read
Ok, just finished some update. Check out some pictures about our facility and parking lot.
09-11-2004, 12:07 AM #43Originally Posted by Apitat
09-17-2004, 03:23 PM #44
I can play in Orange County New YorkOriginally Posted by LazyBuddy
I am thinking of trying the Spring Valley Badminton Club, which is listed on the IBF website. I found out that it is on Mondays and Fridays at 7, and has all sorts of different levels.
I am looking for people to meet up with and play, that are perhaps a little closer than that, as that is over an hour away. I am hoping for Middletown, or cities closer to the PA border. But I don't have to have a club. That would be nice, but even if I knew of a school that had courts, I could start my own club, or meet someone to play privately if anyone knew of a place.
I moved here a couple years ago from Canada. In Canada I was a competitive tournament player, and attended an International Junior Training Camp, and was going for the Future Olympians development program, before I was injured and missed a lot of play time.
I have recently decided to try and get back into it, and am looking for places to get in some good play time. I use Carlton equipment, which was purchased at a store in Canada before moving down here.
Hopefully someone will read this and we can meet up or find a club or something...
10-08-2004, 12:38 PM #45
Info for getting Badminton Equipment!
Hey lazy and everyone else,
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Ok so Lazy, are you playing yet? I'll be in the city in about two weeks to check out the Club I was talking about so maybe I will stop by NYCB. Hey, NYCB, doesn't open on Sat at all?? Cause I am going to start playing at the other club on Sat. and I was thinking that it would be great if I could stop by NYCB and play there as well. Alright take care!
10-09-2004, 12:50 AM #46Originally Posted by robina
NYCB does not have sessions on Sat at all. However, next sunday, 10/17, we have tourny. Feel free to stop by.
10-12-2004, 03:59 PM #47
10/17 Tournament updateOriginally Posted by LazyBuddy
Location: NYCB club (Fri and Sun site) @ the intersection of 2nd Ave and 56th Street. For detail, check www.nycbadminton.com
Format: 1 open flight for all 5 events (WS might be cancelled, but not sure). I believe they do have senior MS as well.
If you want to watch some good games, feel free to stop by.
10-13-2004, 07:15 AM #48
Hi there Lazy,
I just want to asked, if theres a badminton gym/badminton club(s)/court near in Sunnyside, L.I.C., NY. Because for about a month from now, Im going to migrate in New York. By the way I'm Lex, from Philippines. Im playing badminton for about 4 years from now and one of the varsity player in our univeristy. I'm confused if going to bring my rackets and badminton accessories.
I'm using Yonex Armortec 700 (imitation), Yonex MP (orig.) and MMOA 808. I recommend MMOA or Ashaway because they're good substitute for the expensive Yonex.
Thanx a lot
just e-mail me:
10-13-2004, 11:50 AM #49Originally Posted by iron59
I believe Sunnyside, LIC is on the west part of the Queens, right? To confirm, if you can give me the zip code of ur (future) location, that will be great.
If I am correct, you are not too far from my place, which means you can check out all the clubs I am currenting playing in, if you have a car. If you have to rely on public transportation (bus, subway, etc), then, you need to let me know which one u can easily get access with, once u arrived at your "new home".
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
10-13-2004, 06:29 PM #50
Oh really? You have a tournament this coming sunday? What time? Where? I am sure gonna try to show up! But I am sure that I will be in the city on the 16th. What time do they open on sat? This will be fun! I want to get to know people there. Ok take care, and thanks for all the info!
Originally Posted by LazyBuddy
10-14-2004, 07:42 AM #51Originally Posted by robina
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