Clubs are where the most frequent play occurs, with most clubs meeting weekly. Scrabble clubs cater for players of all abilities. New players are always welcomed and are usually helped with advice and permitted to use reference books while playing while they become accustomed to the basic words.
Clubs usually charge a small fee (a few dollars) to cover the equipment, venue hire and coffee and biscuits. Some award small prizes for achievements. But the stakes are generally low and it's as much a social occasion as a competitive one.
Although each club operates independently, the state organisation keeps a register of clubs (the
If there is not a club in your area, you might contact your state organisation and you might even be prepared to start one yourself. Here is some advice on how you might do this.