At The Adirondack Club
Tennis Guidelines - Reopening
For clinic and group lessons no more than 6 participants on a court plus the Tennis Pro
Private/Semi-private and Group lessons will be allowed.
For regular court bookings, players must bring and leave with their own tennis balls and containers.
Registration are through the Tennis Pro, the Club app or the front desk.
Participants must remain at least 6 feet away from others at all times, even during a break in play.
No socializing or congregating before or after play.
All participants are encouraged to bring their own tennis racquet.
Participants bring their own filled water bottle. Club bottle fillers will be available.
When entering the facility, please follow traffic arrows and keep 6’ physical distance throughout the club on your way to the tennis courts.
Hand sanitizer will be located on sight for use when entering and exiting the space. For lessons and clinics hand sanitizer will be available on the ball cart.
Individual restrooms will be available for use. Wipes will be available for door handles.
All Adirondack Club staff are required to check in at Reception for temperature check and screening.
All Tennis Pros are responsible for maintaining social distancing among players, members, and co-workers.
All Tennis Pros will be assigned their own teaching cart.
All Athletes/Tennis Pros are discouraged from high fives, fist bumps, or other social contact during tennis lessons.
Adirondack Tennis Center includes six championship indoor tennis courts. All courts are covered with a climate-controlled dome which is fully insulated allowing for uninterrupted day and evening play. Our courts are equipped with privacy screens and adjoining viewing areas.
Tennis programs are offered for all ages and skill levels. Our professional staff teaches a variety of classes for beginners, mid-level players and professionals. Private or group lessons can be scheduled with any of our pros. Our junior programs cater to the entire range of player level. Whether your junior is a beginner looking for the fundamentals, or a ranked USTA player moving to that next bracket, we offer all of the teaching tools they will need to succeed along with a focus on enjoyment of the game and good sportsmanship.
Players enjoy round robins, in-house ladders and social events throughout the year. We offer competitive play through travel teams in DBH, USTA, SNEITA and CMITA Leagues. In addition, we run numerous in-house leagues and competitive events.
Our entire tennis staff is dedicated to providing the most rewarding tennis experience possible while helping each and every player achieve their tennis goals!
Get in the Game!
If you are unsure of your level of play, a staff professional will be happy to provide you with a free evaluation.
Multiple programs are offered for both ADULT and JUNIORS!
Please note programs are subject to change.
Please contact us at (508) 541-1400 for the most up to date program information.
ADVANCED TRAINING TENNIS
Step Up Your Game
Advanced Training Tennis Camp is focused on the technical, physical, and mental aspects of tennis
Combining stroke development and match play, Advanced Training Camp provides the right balance needed to achieve success.
Players will work on these core components of the game:
Campers will compete against other clubs each week.
Advanced Training Camp is the premier camp to improve your tennis game!
TENNIS PRO SHOP
All Your Tennis Needs in One Place
The Adirondack Club Pro Shop is your home for racquets, accessories and re-stringing! Need a new racquet? Visit Scott in the Pro Shop to demo some great Wilson, Head and Babolat options. You’re sure to find the one that’s just right for your game! We also carry Wilson accessories… grips, dampeners and tennis bags.
Is your racquet due for re-stringing? Scott can help you choose the proper string and gauge. The Adirondack Club is now stringing with Solinco and Wilson string.
For additional information regarding any of the product lines we carry, and special orders, please contact Tennis Pro, Scott Tedford, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find the Answers!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Welcome to the The Adirondack Club Help Center. We have pulled some of the most frequently asked questions from our customers and compiled them all into one place. Chances are you’ve got the same questions that were on someone else’s mind. Should you have any other questions that we may have missed, don’t hesitate to reach out.
HOW DO I BOOK TENNIS COURT TIME?
In order to utilize our tennis courts, you must have a current membership that includes tennis.
COURT BOOKING PROCEDURE IS AS FOLLOWS:
- Courts may be booked up to six days in advance.
- Courts may be booked for 1 hour or 1 1/2 hours.
- You may use the ball machine for no additional fee.
-You must request the ball machine when booking your court.
- You may request a certain court, however, we reserve the right to assign courts to best accommodate programming.
I HAVE SOME FRIENDS VISITING. DO YOU OFFER GUEST PASSES?
Tennis members may bring guests to play with them. Guest passes are $10/guest/visit. The same guest may play here twice in one month, up to eight times in one year. Sign your guest in at the Front Desk.
WHAT IS 10 AND UNDER TENNIS?
10 and Under Tennis follows the same logic as other youth sports like baseball or soccer, which use kid-sized courts and kid-sized equipment. Kids learn to play baseball by first playing T-ball; they use shorter, lighter bats and larger, softer balls. Kids learning basketball shoot baskets with kid-sized balls on lowered backboards and they play soccer on smaller fields with smaller goals.
Now with 10 and Under Tennis, balls bounce lower, don't move as fast through the air and are easier to hit. Kids tennis racquets are sized for small hands and courts are smaller and easier to cover. By using this format, the benefits are immediate and within a short time kids are rallying, playing, and excited to keep playing. That means kids will have more fun and less frustration. They're playing real tennis and having real fun...and that's what is most important!
10 and Under Tennis helps kids get in the game and stay in the game!
WHAT IS DBH?
The Dorothy Bruno Hills Indoor Tennis League (DBHITL) is a non-profit organization of teams of women tennis players in the Greater Boston area.
ANY MORE QUESTIONS?
Email The Adirondack Club Tennis Director Scott Tedford