About Our Gym
Timberhill Athletic Club offers basketball, racquetball, squash, and pickleball. Each sport offers “open” and “league” play.
Leagues require registration and league fee; they are open to all members.
For more up to date info please contact SHANE DENNING at email@example.com Men’s Basketball Leagues are offered year around. (Fall/Winter/ Spring/Summer sessions).
Men's Basketball Leagues
League sessions run approximately three months and are competitively FUN. Each team is guaranteed eight games. There are many different levels of play, including beginner. Men’s A is the most competitive with Men’s B-6 being the least competitive league. All games are two 20-minute running halves with certified high school referees. We also keep stats on averages for points, 3-pointers and free throws so you can check them every week and compare stats with your friends. Sign-ups are located at the back desk. For Current statistics & Schedules and information on upcoming leagues please visit www.tachoops.com
Team Sign up forms are located at the back desk. Sorry, no online or phone sign ups.
$38 Members and $75 Non-Members
QUESTIONS? Please E-Mail Shane Denning (Timberhill Athletic Director) firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 8:30am to NOON – (Beginner/Intermediate)
Tuesday morning: 8am – 9am – (Beginners)
Saturday: 10am – 1pm – (Intermediates)
Tuesday/Thursday/ Sunday: 9am – NOON (Advanced)
Timberhill Athletic Club also hosts 2 Pickelball tournaments a year. For information on upcoming tournaments, click here.
Looking to get involved in Pickleball? Please e-mail Shane Denning for more information
Timberhill Athletic Club has 6 racquetball/handball courts and is one of the leading racquetball athletic clubs in Oregon.
TAC is the only club hosting two Oregon Racquetball Association (oregonracquetball.org) – ORA tour events. The Timberhill Open (fall) is one of the longest running ORA tour stops, over 35 years!
The other tournament is in the winter, the Beaver Classic. This tournament showcases many of the top players from the Northwest. It also serves as a major fund-raiser for the National Collegiate Champions – the Oregon State University racquetball team.
The last tournament in the season is the Togo’s/Corvallis City Championships in the spring. This is a week-long tournament (Monday-Friday after 5 PM).
League are all year around – Fall, Holiday, Winter, Spring, and Summer. We offer adult leagues for beginners to open players. Juniors instructional leagues are offered twice a week during the school year. This is a great opportunity to introduce your child to racquetball. Our junior instructional leagues are taught by Rob Durbin, TAC Club Racquetball Pro for over 30 years. For more information, please contact Rob Durbin at email@example.com
OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY – National Racquetball Team
TAC has been gracious to host the OSU team for practices twice a week and participate in TAC leagues with members. For more information, please contact the head coach Rob Durbin at firstname.lastname@example.org
TAC is one of the leading sights when it comes to Oregon handball. We have hosted one of the longest running tournaments in the state, Corvallis Open Handball Championships, for over 20 years. This tournament is one of the first stops, in the fall, on the Oregon Handball Association tour. In the winter, TAC hosts either the Oregon State Singles Championships or the Oregon State Doubles Championships. Keep your ears and eyes open for more details! For our club and local players TAC offers Game/Match play days usually on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 3:30-5:30 PM. Questions? Contact Rob Durbin, TAC court & tournament director.
Contact Rob Durbin for more information.
Timberhill Athletic Club (TAC) is privileged to have one of the finest squash courts in the northwest. TAC offers challenge court hours (3:30-5:30 PM) on Mondays (intermediate) & Wednesdays (advanced). So if you’re looking for a quick game or two, it’s a great way to play! TAC also offers leagues for all levels and ages (8 yrs. & older) from September-May.
If you are not sure what level or want a free introductory lesson, please contact Rob Durbin (541) 757-8559.