Adult Beginner Camps (1.0 – 2.5 Players)

Introduction to the fundamentals. This class is for beginners and players with some experience who have difficulty rallying a ball consistently over the net. You will learn the basics of forehand, backhand, serve, rules and game play. Tennis Canada Progressive Tennis Guidelines are implemented. You may be divided into different groups within this program, based on tennis abilities.


Topics Discussed

Grips                            Ground Strokes                     Rules of the Court      Set Up

Volleys                         Scoring

Impact Point               Overhead/Serve        

Games                          Hitting Zone              

Ball Control                 Competition

Recovery                      Tennis Community

Footwork                      Stances

Play & Practice            Rallying



adult beginner group


65 Crystal Shores Hill, Okotoks, AB T1S 2H7

Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced Instruction

Students can play some tennis, but still need instruction on some basic techniques.

2.0 - 2.5 Advanced Beginner
Students can keep the ball in play, but need to improve court positioning and hitting consistently.

2.5 - 3.0 Lower Intermediate
Students can play singles and doubles, but need to improve net play and basic tactics.

3.0 -3.5 Intermediate
Students have dependable strokes, but lack depth or variety and lack consistency when trying for power.

3.5 - 4.0 Advanced Intermediate
Students have developed the use of lobs, overheads, approach shots, volleys, and are seldom out of position.

4.0 - 4.5 Advanced
Players are learning to hit with power, spin, depth and control. Their serve can be a weapon, and they can move into a net position with some success.

4.5 and above Advanced Competition
Students can successfully execute all strokes and have good shot anticipation. They regularly participate in competitive tennis programs and tournaments..

Adult Lessons

Tennis lessons for adults run the gamut from beginners instruction to clinics aimed at improving an already established game.

The better you play the more you will enjoy playing tennis. The better your technique is the least chances you have of getting injured. Whether your motivation is to beat “Tom, Dick, or Jane”, to get more fun out of the game, or to prevent injuries, why not invest a little time and effort to see if you can make a jump to the next level of play, enjoyment, or fitness?

Whether you are new to tennis or have been playing the game forever, all of us strive to play to the best of our abilities and to get a little bit better each time out. 

Group Lessons (3  or 4 people) - $60/Hr

            Package Pricing available upon request


Semi Private Lessons (2 people) $50/Hr

            Package Pricing available upon request


Private Lessons (1 person)  $40/Hr

            Package Pricing available upon request