Updated 27 October 2023
Our two padel courts are available to non-members for play, normally doubles, at various predefined times on weekdays and weekends. An individual visitor can use our Clubspark Padel @ West Worthing Club website to check availability within a window of up to one week ahead. At any one time, one court can be booked for up to 60 minutes play and a card payment is taken as part of the booking process. If no suitable courts are available when you go online, please give us a call on 01903 247270 or email email@example.com and we will see if any alternatives can be found.
The courts are also available for exclusive hire by local schools and other community groups or organisations, companies & clubs; please contact the Club Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
There is no maximum to the number of times that a visitor can Pay & Play but we hope that visitors will wish to join the Club as a member and enjoy all the benefits of Club Membership.
The Clubspark Padel@West Worthing Club website allows individuals to cancel their court booking and obtain a full refund back onto the payment card, if done at least 24 hours before the play start time. Late cancellations will only be credited or refunded in extenuating circumstances, such as if the Club deems the courts to be unplayable.
If visitors do not have their own racquets, they can be hired from Club Reception on payment of a hire fee. Racquets must be returned immediately to the Club Reception after playing.
Please note that Reception normally closes at 8pm Monday to Friday and at 5pm on Saturday and Sunday. Racquets are available from and must be returned to the Bar if Reception is closed. Padel racquets and balls can be bought in the Pro Shop, as well as other equipment and clothing.
Unreturned, lost or damaged hire racquets will incur a £50 charge which shall be collected from your debit or credit card.
Club Rules for Visitors
On arrival at the Club all Padel Pay & Play visitors must visit the Club Reception for their court booking to be checked and their arrival to be recorded. They may use the Clubhouse facilities before and after their game; this includes the Car Park, Reception, ProShop, Café, Bar, Lounge, Toilets and Changing Rooms.
In addition to the individual who has made the court booking, they may be asked to supply the names of the other three players plus any spectators, who should always be kept to sensible level (normally no more than four people).
All visitors must behave in a proper and responsible manner, exactly as expected of Club members:
• No alcoholic drinks, glasses or glass bottles are allowed to be taken on court.
• Appropriate clothing and footwear should always be worn.
• Normal etiquette for racquets sports should be followed.
CCTV and Video/Photography Policy
Video/photography may be undertaken during games, events and coaching sessions by people approved by the Club. Such images will be appropriate and only used for marketing purposes, in accordance with the Club’s Safeguarding Policy which can be found on the Club website. If you object to having your image used, please contact the Club Reception in writing. Please note that CCTV is only used for site surveillance and security.
The Club follows all the guidance notes on Safeguarding as issued by our sports’ national governing bodies. We are committed to prioritising the wellbeing of all children and adults at risk. Please see our Safeguarding Policy which can be found on the Club website.
Diversity and Inclusion Policy
The Club policy is to treat everyone fairly and with respect; to ensure all members and visitors are not denied access to our facilities because of a discriminatory reason. Please see our Diversity and Inclusion Policy which can be found on the Club website.
Health and Safety
The Club takes all reasonable precautions to ensure that all courts, facilities and areas are safe but accepts no responsibility for loss of or damage to personal property or bodily injury unless it is due to our negligence.