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Oregon Badminton Clubs

Below are badminton clubs in Oregon. To see more information, click on the club name.

Salem Badminton Club Salem, OR (503) 364-6713
Portland State University Badminton Club Portland, OR (503) 593-3715
Mt. Scott Community Center - Badminton Portland, OR (503) 823-3183
Cedar Hills Recreation Center - Badminton Portland, OR (503) 629-6340
Drop-in Badminton for 16 years and older.
Beaumont Middle School - Badminton Portland, OR (503) 720-9644
Central Oregon Badminton Club @ Boys & Girls Clubs Of Bend Bend, OR
Club Mission: 1. To promote the world's second most popular sport. 2. To educate new players of badminton. 3. To encourage good sportsmanship and common badminton etiquette. 4. To encourage a friendly and respectful environment
Oregon State University Badminton Club Corvallis, OR
Badminton Club aims to develop members' skills by providing a suitable atmosphere for training, and having fun. We enable members to participate in tournaments around the Oregon area. The club hosts some of the top collegiate teams and welcomes people of all skill levels.
Central Oregon Badminton Club @ The Athletic Club Of Bend Bend, OR
Club Mission: 1. To promote the world's second most popular sport. 2. To educate new players of badminton. 3. To encourage good sportsmanship and common badminton etiquette. 4. To encourage a friendly and respectful environment
The Portland Badminton Club Hillsboro, OR (503) 640-8659
The Portland Badminton Club is a facility dedicated to the sport of badminton. The aim of the PBC is to offer the highest quality courts, equipment, and instruction in Oregon. With membership comes access to a variety of programs for singles and doubles players alike - of all abilities. A burgeoning junior program will ensure a constant progression of competitive and recreational players, as well as offer an opportunity to engage in tournament play.
Tualatin Hills Athletic Center - Badminton Beaverton, OR (503) 629-6330
All Age Badminton: All Ages may play drop-in badminton. Parents/guardians (18 yrs+) are responsible for having supervision for their children during drop-in. Children 10 years and under MUST be within arms of a parent/guardian (18 yrs+) at all times. Badminton Rules: All games must go to a maximum of 15 points. When a game is finished, winners will stay on the court and losers will rotate off. (The winners may choose to rotate out if they wish.) Players who have been waiting the longest are going to be the first to rotate into a game. If players are not rotating properly the gym supervisor reserves the right to set up a clock and will run 15 minute games. Gym supervisors also reserve the right to establish sign-in procedures to manage the time limits and participation rotations. Please throw away all broken shuttles and shuttle containers. Depending on court space, staff may limit the number of participants allowed on the courts for drop-in. Adult Badminton: Adults (18yrs and older) may play drop-in badminton. No one (including participants’ children) under 18yrs will be allowed in during adult drop-in. Badminton Rules: All games must go to a maximum of 15 points. When a game is finished, winners will stay on the court and losers will rotate off. (The winners may choose to rotate out if they wish.) Players who have been waiting the longest are going to be the first to rotate into a game. If players are not rotating properly the gym supervisor reserves the right to set up a clock and will run 15 minute games. Gym supervisors also reserve the right to establish sign-in procedures to manage the time limits and participation rotations. Please throw away all broken shuttles and shuttle containers. Depending on court space, staff may limit the number of participants allowed on the courts for drop-in. Family and Teen Badminton: Families (parents and children under 18yrs) and teens may play drop-in badminton. Badminton Rules: All games must go to a maximum of 15 points. When a game is finished, winners will stay on the court and losers will rotate off. (The winners may choose to rotate out if they wish.) Players who have been waiting the longest are going to be the first to rotate into a game. If players are not rotating properly the gym supervisor reserves the right to set up a clock and will run 15 minute games. Gym supervisors also reserve the right to establish sign-in procedures to manage the time limits and participation rotations. Please throw away all broken shuttles and shuttle containers. Depending on court space, staff may limit the number of participants allowed on the courts for drop-in.
Oregon Badminton Academy Beaverton, OR (503) 430-7861
Often treated as a backyard sport in the US, Badminton doesn’t get the media exposure rendered to baseball, basketball and other professional sports. Yet, it is the world's fastest and most demanding racquet sport. It requires strength, speed, agility, coordination, strategy, concentration, and teamwork (for doubles). At Oregon Badminton Academy, we are a team of badminton fanatics aiming to build a state-of-art facility for both pros and amateurs. We strive to bring awareness, and raise the popularity of this wonderful sport to this great city of diversity that encompasses endless possibility. We welcome players of all ages and levels to come play, learn, socialize and just have fun. So whether you are a beginner, a pro, or somewhere in-between OBA is for you.
University Of Oregon Badminton Club Eugene, OR
Willamette Badminton Club Salem, OR
Badminton is one of the most popular sports in the world, but has yet to really take off in the United States. It is a fun and challenging sport that requires high levels of fitness and coordination. The Badminton Club was recognized by ASWU in March, 2010. The club meets 1-2 times a week for practices, and occasionally has pizza parties and tournaments. No experience is necessary to join. Take a break from the monotony of academics and come have fun playing badminton with your fellow classmates! All equipment is provided at the practices. Most practices will be indoors, but during nice weather we may play games outdoors.

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