Please welcome our 2020 Board members and consider volunteering for a committee. Joanne Candella - Spring Clean Up & Open House; Enzo Carrara - Maintenance; Jeff Charloff – Social Media; Rebecca Donham – Communications (Email In-Box); Peter Hanley - Beautification; Peter Landry - Leagues/Ladders; Charlie Peck - Fall Closing; Susan Plume - Welcome; Sue Powell - Special Events; Stacy Rodrigues – Marketing/Membership; Maria Tagliaferro - Future Planning
Due to Governor Baker's orders regarding Covid-19, our Spring Clean-up gathering is cancelled. But we are making progress getting ready for the Club to open this Spring. Members should login to the Member Page and volunteer to help. Stay safe.
On clay, points and games are not won by power and speed alone. Rallies typically last longer as the pace is less slam-bang. Clay tends to teach the player needed patience and discipline. The clay surface helps players to learn how to build their points by working the angles and using more of the whole court. Your overall game becomes more complete on clay, and translates to more success on the harder surfaces. Clay court movements are more effective and less strenuous. The softer surface is easier on the body and reduces risk of injury.
Our club setting is park-like, court temperatures are cooler, and shoes and balls hold up longer. Matches on clay are more interesting, more entertaining, and more fun - both for the players and the observers.
Enjoy our approach to open tennis where you can visit the club whenever you want within the indicated windows. You will then be worked into an unscheduled doubles match (or set) without undue waiting time.