Club Information

Format of Play

How We Play

You don’t need a partner. During the first couple of hours, the games are scheduled by computer to ensure everyone has their share of court time and a mixture of games.

For the remaining time, players are free to make up their own games, or even play a singles game if a court is available.

Scheduled Games

At the commencement of each round of games, this is what you need to do.

1. Check

Look for your name on the screen. Note the court number and name of your partner.

2. Play

All selected players should take to the court and play for 15 minutes.

3. Stop

When the alarm rings, all players should stop. Go back to Step 1 for the next round of games.

Scoring System

Games are scored using the current Rally Point Scoring system.

Points are won after each rally and the game is played up to a minimum of 21 points with a winning margin of at least 2 points.

If the game finishes prior to the alarm going off, players can continue with the current game or start a new one.


We have a tray with slots numbered from 1 to 4 where shuttlecocks are allocated to each of the 4 courts.

To ensure the smooth running of games and minimise wastage:


We use our computerised scheduler to match players based on grade. Learn more.

Should the game be one-sided, you may swap partners after the game ends.

You can request to be partnered with someone, but we cannot always guarantee it.

You can also wait until the end of the scheduled game rounds (around 10 pm), where all players are freely able to play who they wish.

As we are a social badminton club, we expect players to be open to playing games with players of all levels. This includes playing mixed doubles. If you find this unreasonable, then it is likely the club will not suit your needs.

During most nights, players will have to take turns sitting off. This means a 15 minute rest between each game.

If you think there may be a mistake, you may kindly bring it to the attention of the organisers.