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Tennis & Pickleball

We welcome players of all ages to play on our ten lighted tennis courts, and our USPTA-certified instructors are available to help you improve your game. Looking for a new challenge? Hotel guests and Club Members are invited to join us for a fast-paced & exciting match on our pickleball court, located next to our outdoor fitness pavilion! Reservations are recommended, please email The Club to reserve your court.

Features & Programs:

  • 10 outdoor lighted tennis courts, including Pickleball
  • Private Lessons, Tennis Clinics and Camps.
  • USTA and B.A.L.L. league play
  • Championship development program
  • USTA NorCal “Hall of Fame” Director of Tennis

Seasonal Camps:

Accepting Registrations for Summer Camps: 6/05 – 8/25. Click here to view our Sumer Camp brochure


Winter Break camp: 12/18 – 12/22 & 12/26 – 12/29
President’s week camp: 2/19 – 2/23
Spring Break camp: 4/01 – 4/05 & 4/08 – 4/12

Court Reservations:

To make a reservation, please contact the Club Front Desk at 510-549-8517 during operations hours: 6am – 9pm. Ball Machine is available, but must be reserved – $20/30 minutes and $30/60 minutes

Tennis Lessons:
The Claremont’s USPTA certified tennis pros are available for private and group lessons. Lesson rates: Members: $70 – $180 / Guests: $100 – $200 varying with number of participants and lesson duration.

Junior Tennis Programs:

Monday – Thursday 4-6:30 the Claremont offers classes for developing Juniors learning to play the sport, and advanced players looking to improve their match out comes. Monthly registrations available September – May. Email Schuy[email protected] for more information. Classes available:

Red and Orange (Ages 5-10): Beginning players use larger softer balls to develop their on-court coordination and fundamental techniques.
Green (Ages 8-12): Progressing players working to developing their serve, forehand, backhand, and learning the rules and etiquette of the game.
Yellow (Ages 9- 14): Intermediate players able to serve and rally. Coaches will introduce tactics and strategy while working to improve ball control and extend rallies.
Academy (Bases on abilities): Players who have begun tournament or high school play and are seeking to solidify their output. Coaches will assist players in refining their technique, define style of play, and match situations.

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