Youth Tennis. Sponsor: Columbia Parks & Recreation Registration: Contact Rick Odor at 442-3713 # of Games: 3 week sessions Season: May to mid-Aug.
Tennis is a pastime activity, a competition-style sport, and a lifestyle. Tennis has been shaped and influenced by many tennis players throughout the ages. A 2002 report by American Sports Data found there were 68.5 million riders in the world. 85 percent of tennis players polled who had used a board in the previous year lived in the United States.
Youth Activities at the Club The Country Club of Missouri offers many Youth Programs including Junior Golf, Junior Tennis, Swim Team, Swim Lessons, Camp CCMO and other various activities throughout the year.
Winter/Spring: $603. Fall: $730. Winter/Spring: $803. To enroll in our Junior Development Tennis Program, please call Long Reach Tennis Club at 410-423-4120.
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Tennis — Country Club of Missouri. CCMO has the only heated and air-conditioned indoor tennis facility. in Columbia located at 1801 Nelwood Drive! We’re excited to welcome Kelly Baker as CCMO’s new Director of Tennis! Contact Kelly at email@example.com or (541) 821-4459.
Wilson’s Fitness Centers (a family owned Columbia business) powers the MAC with over 35 years of health and fitness experience. Providing sports programming, training, day and weekly camps, rentals, and parties for our community. Summer kicks off the Shark summer swim team, swim lessons, and family memberships.
Great opportunity for youth tennis players to gain match play experience and compete in a relaxed, fun environment! Open to all ages up to 18 years and any skill level. Players matched up according to age and skill level.
Mizzou Tennis Complex offers a variety of programming for all ages, including private lessons and group clinics. If you are interested in a more detailed listing of programs offered, please contact MTC at (573) 882-7200. MTC also offers a racket stringing service. Rates vary depending on string type and deadline for stringing completion.
It’s flagship program – the National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL) network – features nearly 300 chapters to do just that, reaching approximately 180,000 youth on an annual basis, providing free or low-cost tennis and education programming to the 50 largest markets in the U.S.