Yeah we should definitely play, I'm hoing to play this weekend when it's not raining (cross your fingers). From Williamsburg you can catch the Q59 then transfer to Q58 which takes you to Flushing or the B24 to 7 train at 46st.
I can do either Roosevelt Island (we'll need to get a pass or permit) or Kissena Park which is pretty close to US Open. There's probably a bunch of other courts in queens ( closer to midtown) like woodside or other that I haven't been to. Where in bklyn are you?
Oh, you can get a permit at Paragon Sports in Union Sq. I bought a season pass for $100 but have been to the McCarren Park courts about 5 times now and its never been checked - its prob better to get the single play passes for $7 and use them as you go.
Also, if you're looking for someone to play with anytime soon in M. Park I'm def looking for people to play with!
Hey Will. Nice dart technique -- you look like you're in the zone. Yes, they require permits when the season is on, but the attendants sometimes tend to wander and disapear for hours at a time and they can be nice (even permissive!) when there's not a lot of ppl on the courts. It's best to come early but if attendants are there if you show up 20min before the hour you should be able to get a court.
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