Play racquetball, wallyball, handball, and more on our five championship racquetball courts, each with glassback walls for easy viewing. Members can reserve courts up to a week in advance at no charge.
Need help getting started, we offer Beginner and Intermediate Clinics, once a month, free of charge.
Contact the club for the next clinic at 614.336.CLUB (2582)
Court Schedule Rules
- Courts can be reserved up to one week in advance.
- A court can only be reserved for a maximum of 2 hours.
- Reservations will be held for 10 minutes, after 10 minutes court will be given away.
New to the sport? Free beginner clinics are scheduled throughout the year. Need to brush up on your skills? Take a private or group lesson with one of our instructors.
Holiday Magic held in December and Sweetheart Doubles held in February, are two of the longest running and most popular tournaments on the Ohio Racquetball Association season schedule. In-club tournaments and shoot-outs are held throughout the year.
Racquetball league questions, comments or concerns?
Contact Doug Ruby, Club Racquetball League Director at 614.336.CLUB (2582)
Racquetball Leagues and Tournaments
Leagues and Tournaments
In-club tournaments for both singles and doubles are held throughout the year. Our Holiday Magic and Sweetheart Doubles tournaments are two of Ohio's longest running and recognizeable events. Premier at Sawmill Athletic Club is also the host club for the annual State of Ohio Memorial Open 4-Wall Handball Tournament In addition to tournaments, the Club offers seasonal once-per-week leagues for men and women of all abilities below professional. League participation usually consists of a 12 week season.
No-Shows and Injuries
Any player who No-Shows for a league match without contacting his/her opponent or the club with advanced notice, or without sufficient reason more than once will be dropped from the schedule and all matches played, and scores recorded, against that opponent will be scratched. This policy is dependent on reporting of no-shows from other players.
Schedules will be adjusted when possible to accommodate league drops or season-ending injuries, but generally the resulting open court time will belong to the previously scheduled opponent for training, make-up matches or a friendly game, preferably scheduled with another member of the same league.
Most leagues will have byes on the schedule. Points are not awarded and scores should not be recorded on bye-weeks.