Update: Only top four men and women’s entry fees will be paid by the club!

We made a short announced over the weekend about the Badminton Team. Here is more detailed information for anyone who is interested.

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What does this mean to regular club members?

Although we are putting greater emphasis on the team members, we made no deliberate attempt to harm the privileges of the regular members. As a regular member you are simply barred from team benefits that we stated before. You are still more than welcome to use used birdies (which are still in adequate condition), participate in casual practices, and have fun!

Why we are focusing on the team?

Our ultimate goals as a club is to promote badminton as a sport and create a welcoming environment for anyone wants to play badminton. Right now, we simply lack resources to pursue both the casual and competitive aspects of the sport. Unfortunately, this means the club has to prioritize its goals and focus our resources on things that are most important to us.

We would like to hear your thoughts and suggestions. Feel free to contact us at anytime.

What does this mean to regular club members?

Although we are putting greater emphasis on the team members, we made no deliberate attempt to harm the privileges of the regular members. As a regular member you are simply barred from team benefits that we stated before. You are still more than welcome to use used birdies (which are still in adequate condition), participate in casual practices, and have fun!


Why we are focusing on the team?

Our ultimate goals as a club is to promote badminton as a sport and create a welcoming environment for anyone wants to play badminton. Right now, we simply lack resources to pursue both the casual and competitive aspects of the sport. Unfortunately, this means the club has to prioritize its goals and focus our resources on things that are most important to us.