The first two tournaments of the season are open for registration:
Venture Out Fall Classic – October 23rd – 28th.
Leisure World Veteran’s Classic – November 4th – 11th.
The Tennis Club Welcome Back Party is Sunday, November 5th
at 4:30 pm in the Rec Hall.
EVSTL League play begins Monday, October 30th. We are looking forward to a tremendous season of fun and competition.
Beginner’s lessons are available for all ages and we range from 55 to nearly 90. This exemplifies the variation in talents, and new people are continually bringing fresh talent and fresh enthusiasm. If they have no interest in tennis or are physically incapable of play, they can be a social member allowing participation in all club activities except those of leadership.
Aside from the many privately arranged games played within Roadhaven, there are organized competitive team matches and tournaments with other park teams as part of the East Valley Senior Tennis League (EVSTL). Each league team has its own Captain. League play includes one match and one practice session a week.
There are 6 proficiency levels: 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, and 4.0. All teams at each level have a Captain that arranges the weekly competition with other resorts. Be assured, every level, including the lowest, has its joy and satisfaction, although because of the number of players on each team at each level, there is no guarantee that you will play league every week. Captains try to play as many people as possible each week, but it depends upon how many teams the opposition sends too.
$50.00/person for a “Full” tennis membership.
$15.00/person for an “Associate” membership.
Fill out a Registration Form (on the bulletin board at the Gazebo).
President – Colleen Nelson
Vice-President – Connie Mountan
Secretary – Ginni McHugh
Treasurer – Dayle Denton
EVSTL Rep – Bob Clark
Tournament Coordinator – Allan Howie
Volunteer Coordinator – Fred Grosz
Tennis Club General meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month. November thru March at 4:30 pm in the Green Room/Patio.
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