Lessons, Clinics, Ladders, Teams, Club Tournaments and More
Tennis at The Claremont Club
With 27 Courts spread out over 24 acres and 22 lit courts for evening play we offer a robust tennis program guaranteed to bring you hours of fun. With lessons, clinics, club championships, Club ladders, league play and court reservation.
All of the tennis pros at the Claremont Club are USPTA and USPTR Certified instructors. Private, Semi-Private and Group lessons are offered.
- Non-members pay an additional $7.50 for half hour and $15 per hour for lessons.
- Private group lessons: $30 per hour for 3 people; $25 per hour for 4 people.
- Lesson availability depends on time requested and pro schedules.
- For more information on lessons, email the Tennis Office
Teams based out of the Claremont Club play in USTA leagues throughout the year. USTA teams play matches on weekends. Claremont has teams that play in both the San Gabriel Valley and the Inland Empire Leagues. Typically, there are teams for the following levels:
Women’s 3.0,3.5, 4.0 and 4.5
Men’s 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5
Mixed 7.0 and 8.0
To join any of the ladders listed below, please sign-up through the Classes tab on the member portal, mobile app, or through the Concierge team.
Men and Women
Tuesdays at 7 pm
Saturdays at 11:30 am
Doubles with Partner
Men and Women
Mondays at 6 pm
Saturdays at 9:30 am
Sept-May: Wednesdays at 8:45 am
Doubles Without Partner
Wednesdays at 6 pm
Saturdays at 7:30 am
How to sign-up for Tennis Ladders?
Open the Claremont Club Member Portal. Click on “Classes”, then select the date of the ladder.
Scroll down to the time of the day the ladder is held. Select the ladder you wish to play.
Enter your information and click on Register. Congrats – you are signed up.
Please note: ladder sign-ups open 7 days before the ladder is scheduled and close 24 hours before the ladder takes place.
New Tennis Players
Want to get connected to the tennis community at the club? Want more information about our program? We can’t wait to meet you. Send an email to the Tennis Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send you information and set up introductions to other players and team captains so you can get out on the court and play.
Ball Machine Use
The ball machine feeds tennis balls to the player to help practice strokes. It allows you to practice certain strokes repetitively to improve your game. You can adjust the ball speed, spin or height. To use the ball machine, players must be at least 16 years of age.
Currently, the ball machine is kept on Court 13. It is not available for use during the peak playing times of 8 to 11 am Monday through Saturday and 5 to 8 pm Monday through Friday. If you wish to use the ball machine contact the Claremont Club concierge to reserve it. When you arrive to begin using it, go to the Front Desk to check out the balls and extension cord before going to the court.
Upcoming Tennis Events
In addition to the annual Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles and Parent-Child Tournaments the club runs, the Club has plans to organize a variety of social events for 2021-2022. The Club will also host a number of high-level tournaments where pros and top level national players compete.
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