No. The Club has experienced, certified instructors to teach all new curlers how to curl, the rules of the sport, good sportsmanship, and how to keep score. All club members provide ongoing support, instruction, and guidance. We also offer annual “Learn to Curl” open houses.
No. The Club provides brooms and sliders for those needing equipment. Curlers need to bring clean tennis shoes or similar for traction on the ice, and comfortable winter clothing in layers.
No. Curling does not require any particular strength, just some flexibility. For those with lower body flexibility issues, we can teach curling using a special “delivery stick.”
No problem. We have many members who sign up as substitutes and play on various teams when certain team members cannot curl on a particular date.
Yes, and no. The emphasis is on learning to curl well, and having a good time with friends. It’s very social. However, the desire to compete and win is also a part of the game, but not to the detriment of our commitment to good sportsmanship and the simple enjoyment of curling among our members.
We request that curlers be at last 16 years of age; there is no maximum age for curling—it’s a lifetime sport!
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