Fees and Times

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For most fencers, we recommend the Standard program, which provides a solid training regiment that will progress the individual’s fencing skill set. The Competitive program is for fencers who want to push their training in preparation to compete at regional, national, and international levels. The Competitive option also is good for fencers who enjoy having scheduled weekly individual lessons.

Wasatch Standard Program – This program is perfect for most youth and adult fencers. Fees include group practices, open fencing sessions, and two individual lessons a month. Standard Members may attend as many group practices and open fencing sessions per week as they like.

  • One-time registration fee for new club members without equipment  – $200 (Includes 1st months fees, fencing jacket, mask, chest guard, plastron, glove, and club patch)
  • One-time registration fee for new club members with own equipment – $100 (Includes 1st months fees and club patch)
  • Individual Member – $85 per month
  • Family Membership – $75 for per additional Family Member

Wasatch Competitive Program – This membership is great for experienced fencers who actively compete in regional, national or international competitions.  Fees include group practices, open fencing sessions, and one individual lesson per week. Competitive Members may attend as many group practices and open fencing sessions per week as they like.

  • One-time registration fee for new club members without equipment  – $200
    – Includes 1st months dues, fencing jacket, mask, chest guard, plastron, glove, and club patch
  • One-time registration fee for new club members with own equipment – $100 (Includes 1st months fees and club patch)
  • Individual Membership – $115 per month
  • Family Membership – $105 for per additional Family Member

US Fencing Membership: $10 “Non-competitive” or $85 “Competitive”per year. US Fencing membership is required for all Wasatch Fencing members. Click here to pay US Fencing Membership online.

Guest Fees: $20 per day. “Free”, if you are a paying member of a club anywhere in the world.

Group Practice and Open Fencing Times

  • Monday and Wednesdays
    • 4:20 to 5:00 p.m. – Youth Group Practice (Generally fencers 7 to 10ish, novice to intermediate)
    • 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. – Group 1 and 2 Foil Practice (Generally fencers 11 to 17ish, novice to competitive)
    • 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. – Group 1 and 2 Saber (Generally fencers 12 to 17ish, novice to competitive)
    • 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. – Open fencing
  • Tuesday and Thursdays
    • 4:20 to 5:00 p.m. – Youth Group Practice (Generally fencers 7 to 10ish, novice to intermediate)
    • 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. – Group 1 Epee Practice (Generally fencers 11 to 17ish, novice to intermediate)
    • 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. – Group 2 Epee (Generally fencers 12 to 17ish, novice to intermediate)
    • 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. – Adult open fencing (20 minutes of instruction followed by open fencing)

Individual  Lessons
Standard Members receive two, individual lessons a month. Competitive Members receive one individual lesson per week. Non-members may schedule individual lessons for $25 each.

Tournaments
Fencers wishing to compete in division level or higher tournaments are responsible for paying their own entry fees, US Fencing membership and travel expenses.

Tanner Holst Gold Fund
We sincerely will not allow cost to prevent any youth from fully participating at our club. Through the generous donations to the Tanner Holst Gold Program, we are able to subsidize those youth fencers who need help to pay the club for fees, equipment, tournament fees, and travel. Members’ usage of the program is kept strictly confidential. Please contact Ron directly if you would like to use or contribute to this great resource.

Tanner while becoming an accomplished fencer, brought joy to every practice, tournament, and event he participated in. Tanner unexpectedly passed away on January 23, 2009, after a short illness. We dearly miss him.