Outdoor registration and fee payment: You can register at the Madison beach and rec department.  The fee is $25 for Madison or Guilford residents, $35 for all others; you'll have the option of phoning in charge-card fee payments or mailing the payments so that they arrive by the due date.

(You should have received two different signup forms--one to go to your coordinator in our own program so that we know when you want to play, the other a town registration form that includes a liability waiver.)


WE HAVE RENAMED OUR GROUPS (as of outdoor season, 2014):
  • Previous 1A will be group 1 (coordinator: Phil Pastore)
  • Previous 1B will be group 2 (coordinators: Joe Pegnataro and Bob Graham)
  • Previous 2 (or 2A) will be group 3 (coordinator: Charlie Miller)

What used to be 2B no longer exists; all those players have left our program.

We have also set up gmail accounts—one for general use to all players and separate accounts for each of the 3 groups, so now when you click reply to a message, your reply will go to the right place.

Normally, you should contact your coordinator.

Our schedules and sub requests are now handled via (abbreviation: MTG).  Go there and log in with the user name and password sent from that site. 
To view and/or download a copy of our latest user guide (last updated in May, 2013) for how to use, click on "mtg instructions7b.pdf" in the lower left of this page.
We are a group of senior men, largely from Madison and Guilford but with a number of residents from surrounding towns as well, who play doubles indoors (November-April) and outdoors (May-October). Before 2007 we played from mid-May to late September on private courts. In summer, 2007, we became sponsored for the first time by the Madison Beach and Recreation Department. In the remaining months we play at the Madison Racquet Club (aka "the bubble"). In 2008, we expanded significantly, using as many as 3 town courts and 2 private courts, with games scheduled daily Monday through Friday. Later we added Legend Hill court use.  In May 2013, we added courts in Guilford and sometimes in Westbrook, while freeing our generous volunteers from needing to offer their private courts.
Richard Yanowitz,
May 8, 2013, 9:51 PM