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Colinton Lawn Tennis Club

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Colinton Lawn Tennis Club is one of the largest tennis clubs in Edinburgh and has an excellent range of facilities. The club take great pride in being a thriving, friendly, family club.

 

Social Play

Adult meet for social tennis on Saturday afternoons. These session always prove popular and are a great way to stay active. In addition, as a member you are able to book a court for you own play whenever you feel like playing!

 

Coaching

A full coaching programme for juniors and adults is offered by the club’s fully qualified coach Ross Murdoch. Adult and junior group coaching are available Sundays and midweek. Individual coaching is also available. During the school holidays there are junior coaching camps.

 

Competitive Tennis

In terms of match play, the club competes with mens, ladies and junior teams in the East of Scotland Lawn Tennis Association. In addition the club runs various tournaments each year including a mens singles league.

 

Membership

While you can play up to 3 before joining, membership offers a range of benefits. And with a range of options, joining Colinton Lawn Tennis Club is simple. You can even become a members online!

 

Extras

Also as a fantastic social club, members enjoy meeting for a number of social, non-tennis events each year.

Outdoor Courts: 6

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Mini: 2
  • Practice Wall: 1
  • Artificial Grass: 6

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Westgarth Avenue, Colinton, Edinburgh, EH13 0BD
    Telephone:
    01314 411051
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