General Info

We've tried to answer some of the most common questions we get asked below. If we haven't answered your question, send us a message with your questions and we'll get back to you!
Who can curl?

Curling is a sport that is very approachable no matter your age or athletic ability.

Our club also has equipment for alternative delivery of stones for members that have disabilities or simply feel more comfortable using the aide.

How can I come out and try curling before joining the club?

We host periodic “Learn-to-Curl” events, which are a great place to start. We also have an Instructional league where you will have the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of curling before playing in our regular competitive leagues.

Do I need a team?

No, most curlers join us as individuals and we will pair you with others to make more teams equitable. But if you have friends/family … they are more than welcome to join you.

What equipment do I need to get started?
The Tulsa Curling Club will provide the rocks and brooms. We ask that you purchase your own slider (usually around $20). For Learn-to-Curl we will provide your sliding methods.
Curlers tend to wear loose fitting jogging or yoga pants, a t-shirt, and a light jacket. To maintain ice quality, we encourage the use of gym shoes or a relatively clean pair of tennis shoes (no open-toed shoes or sandals).
When does the Club play?
Fall Season: Typically begins in late September with two or three leagues as well as an instructional league.
Winter Season: Typically begins in late January with two or three leagues as well as an instructional league.
Summer: We often have one league in the summer
I'm not very good, can I still play?
Neither were we when we started but you will get better and understand your role within the team you are put on.


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