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Current Course Condition


As of 6/28/2016
The course is in the water and debris levels are high with June rain levels the past few dates. Repairs are underway. Pleease report any issues to the club and we can address them.

 


 
 

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  1. What are rules for using the slalom course?
  2. Do I need to belong to the club to use the slalom course?
  3. The slalom course needs repair, who do I report it to?
  4. I like to kneeboard and wakeboard, can I still join?
  5. Who should I contact about learning to ski the slalom course?
  6. When is the next meeting or event?

What are the rules for using the slalom course?

The slalom course, located in the Mid-Ohio Ski Club tournament area is funded, built and maintained by the club. Although it is intended primarily for the use by club members, the club invites other skilled skiers to try the course as well. Our procedure for using the course is as follows:
1. Skiers intending to use the course should line up at the southern end of the slalom course. Turns are on a first come bases with club members ALWAYS having priority over non-club skiers.
2. The line for use of the course is by boat, one skier per boat at a time. Each boat may pull one skier through the course then return to the end of the line.
3. Each skier is permitted a maximum of six passes (or three falls) through the course. Then the boat must vacate the tournament area or return to the end of the line at the southern end of the course.
4. Club members are pleased to assist novices with pointers and tips on driving through the course.

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Do I need to belong to the club to use the slalom course?

No. The slalom course is open to all skiers. Members of the club have priority, but all skilled skiers are welcome to try going around the 6 buoys. We do ask that you do not alter or change the course in any way. Only club members should adjust or repair the course since they are familiar with the setup.

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The slalom course is not straight or requires repair, who do I report it to?

Use the contact us page on this site and report the problem to any of the Club Officers. They will be on the water soon to help make the proper adjustment. Click here to report a problem.

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I like to kneeboard and wakeboard, can I still join?

Of course, the club is not only for slalom skiing. We welcome any member or family that enjoys spending time behind a boat tearing it up. Our membership includes kids, families, and adults that enjoy barefooting, slalom, wakerboarding, kneeboarding, and more.

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Who should I contact about learning to ski the slalom course?

Any of our members that slalom would be interested in taking you out to the course for a quick overview of how to ski the course. You will also learn valuable tips for driving the slalom course as well. There is even a water ski school here in Central Ohio which will be more than happy to help you learn the course as well. Any of the club officers will be willing to help get you acquainted with the slalom course. Send us an email and we will be happy to take you out to the course for an introduction in the sport of slalom water skiing. contact us ...

 

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When is the next meeting or event?

Check out our events page for the upcoming schedule.

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