Florida is about more than just Spring Break. Those in the city of Palm Coast can head over to the Palm Coast Tennis Center for some good ol’ fashioned racket fun. The center is a USTA National Award Winner for Small Public Facility, with 10 HydroGrid clay lighted tennis courts, round robins, lessons for adults and juniors, and racket stringing. PCTC is a certified Quickstart Tennis Site as well as a certified Cardio Tennis Site.
For those who don't know, HydroGrid is a new court technology that offers a cost-effective alternative to the upkeep of clay tennis courts. The HydroGrid goes underneath the court and keeps it cooler, automatically dispenses water when the court needs it, and tennis players can keep playing on the courts as they are watered since the system waters from below.
PCTC also hosts the USTA Futures Men’s Tournament, a week long tournament that showcases up and coming tennis talent. Up to 128 touring professionals compete for a $15,000 purse, as well as ranking points that players need to ascend to larger tournaments.
A small, private court option in Palm Coast is the Belle Terre Swim and Racket Club. There are 4 courts and the club offers tennis lessons for adults and juniors, however they are at a steep private tennis lessons rate. Another, larger option is the European Village Tennis Club, which has 14 lighted tennis courts. In addition to PCTC, Palm Coast has two public parks with tennis courts: Holland Park and Belle Terre Park, which both have 3 courts.
John H. is our featured coach providing tennis lessons in Palm Coast! John is PTR and USPTA certified and was the Head Professional at Florida Tennis Center, in Daytona Beach. John is an experienced coach who enjoys working with high level tennis players and tailoring their tennis lessons around competitive play. If you're looking to start playing in some tournaments, John is the perfect coach to give you tennis lessons in Palm Coast.