Fall Programs!

FALL CAMP FOR YEAR-ROUND & HOMESCHOOL PLAYERS

September 25 – 28, 11 am to 2 pm, ages 5 to 12.

Space still available!

 

FALL AFTER-SCHOOL CLINICS (REGISTRATION BROCHURE HERE)

Fall Session One, September 4 – 28

Fall Session Two:  October 2 – 26

Fall Session Three:  November 6 – December 7 (break for Thanksgiving week)

 

Monday through Thursday (choose once or twice a week)

8 and unders:  3 – 4 pm

12 and unders:  4 – 5:30 pm

Intermediates (ages 12 – 18):  Monday/Wednesday, 4 – 5:30 pm

Academy (advanced, ages 12 – 18):  Tuesday/Thursday, 4 – 5:30 pm

 

Contact Joann at joannbristol@mac.com, 910-620-1332, to ask about availability!

Tennis Camp!

Summer Camp at Holly Tree is over, we had so much fun!!  Looking forward to 2018 camps, in the meantime, join us for after-school clinics 🙂

Learn & practice basic tennis skills,
play fun games & matches,
and make new friends!

REGISTRATION INFO:

 

 
AGES
 5 – 12
(We may take 4 year olds who have attended Holly Tree Tennis Clinics.
We may also take older players who are new to tennis). 
 
CAMP DETAILS
4 day camp, Monday – Thursday
(Friday is rain make-up day)
9:00 am to noon
June 19 – August 17
(no camp July 4th week)
Cost: $148 per player, per 4-day session
($128 for members of HTRC)
(10% sibling discount – 10% discount for repeat sessions)

 

Instructors use full-court, 60′ court & Quarter Court formats, as well as lower compression balls to make learning the game of tennis EASY and FUN!
Tennis Camps include warm-ups, skills instruction,
fun games, popsicle break, & match-play.
Tennis Olympics on Thursday!
Camp includes a half-hour of swimming in the
Holly Tree pool every day!
REGISTRATION INFO
E-MAIL with questions or to check availability:
joannbristol@mac.com

 

 
Practice QC at home in your driveway, click here to

Summer Tennis Camp 2017

Summer Tennis Camp
Holly Tree Racquet Club

REGISTRATION FORM HERE


4 day camp, Monday – Thursday
9:00 am to noon
Cost: $148 per player, per session
(10% sibling discount – 10% second session if repeating)
Instructors use both 10U & Quarter Court formats, and lower compression balls
to make learning tennis EASY and FUN!
Spring Break Camps include warm-ups, skills instruction,
fun games, lunch/popsicle break, & match-play.
Tennis Olympics on Thursday!
Plus, a half-hour of swimming in the Holly Tree pool!

MORE INFO HERE!

E-MAIL with questions or to sign up:
joannbristol@mac.com

At The Net

SUMMER TENNIS CAMP registration info here! 

Camps begin June 19th and run for 8 weeks (break for July 4th week).   More info here! 

Registration is open for Spring Juniors Clinics (ages 4 to 18).  Spring Session 1 will begin Monday, January 30th.

Spring Clinic Registration Form here.

 

 
 
Tips for new players to try at home…
Hand-eye coordination is the key to success for a newcomer to tennis, try these exercises at home with your new player (ages 4 – 10) to help get them started:
1) Roll a ball (preferably a foam ball or red ball) to your player, have them roll it back (underhanded, like bowling).
2)  Toss a ball to your your player, have them catch it after a bounce.  Have them underhand toss it back to you.
3) Give your player targets to practice tossing under-handed.
4)  Have your player bounce catch a ball between their racquet and hand (difficult for young players).
5) Have your player practice “bounce-ups” and “bounce-downs” with their racquet and ball.
 
 
Racquet size suggested for young players…
 
 
Older players can try an adult size racquet, or 27″.
 
Questions welcomed!  E-mail 

REGISTRATION OPEN for Spring Juniors Clinics—




Koko and Heather’s clinics are ongoing throughout January.


Joann and Susan will resume on Monday, January 30th (Spring Session 1).





Tips for new players…

Hand-eye coordination is the key to success for a newcomer
to tennis, try these exercises at home with your new player (ages 4 – 12)
to help get them started:

1) Roll a ball (preferably a foam ball or red ball) to your player, have them roll it back (underhanded, like bowling).
2)  Toss a ball to your your player, have them catch it after a bounce.  Have them underhand toss it back to you.
3) Give your player targets to practice tossing under-handed.
4)  Have your player bounce catch a ball between their racquet and hand (difficult for young players).
5) Have your player practice “bounce-ups” and “bounce-downs” with their racquet and ball.


Racquet size suggested for young players…


Older players can try an adult size racquet, or 27″.

Questions welcomed!  E-mail joannbristol@mac.com