• Play must be limited to one hour when other players are waiting.
  • If all courts are in use, members desiring to play must sign up, in person, with the lifeguards and be on the grounds when their name is called or they will be deleted from the waiting list and the next person in line will be called.
  • Guests are permitted on the courts with playing members only after guest fees have been paid.
  • Reservations for court use are made only for tournaments, round robins, and lessons coordinated through the Tennis Committee and subject to the approval of the Club's Marketing Director.
  • Members and their guest shall keep all bikes, skateboards, skates, pets, etc. off the playing area and outside the fenced areas.
  • Smoking, eating, drinking are not permitted on the tennis courts.
  • Members may request a gate key from the Membership Director.

Tennis Lessons

Coach Patrick is back with a fall tennis program available for kids and adults, beginning September 3.  This will be slightly different than the summer camps, as these camps will be a bit more technically based as well as focus on more in depth concepts of the game and conditioning.    

This will be a 4 week long evening (6:00 -9:00 p.m.) program, but rates will apply weekly, so you can choose to do all four weeks or just the ones you’re available for.  

Ages 11 and up - Mon., Wed., Fri. from 6:00 -7:30 p.m.

Ages 7-10 - Tues., Thurs., Fri. ffrom 6:00 -7:30 p.m.
*depending on interest these groups my be combined.

Adult league - Mon, Wed, Fri from 7:30-9:00 p.m.
-$35 Per Week

To register, respond to  and send or drop you payment off in the mailbox. Please make checks payable to CGSRC.

Meet Coach Patrick
I've been the head coach for the boys tennis team at Mira Loma high school for the past three years, with this last season ending with a section championship. Currently I teach some private lessons on Friday afternoons, and have been doing this for over two months now, but have been teaching privately for a few years. I also was recently certified by the USTA to be a “trainer”, basically a representative who goes to businesses, YMCA’s and schools to teach the staff basic tennis exercises to then teach the kids. Essentially to build a solid foundation for tennis and fun.  -- Patrick Smith

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