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Cults Tennis Club

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Founded back in 1887, Cults Tennis Club is family orientated sports club. Located close to Aberdeen. And run solely by volunteers. The dedicated team ensure that the outdoor courts are well maintained and that there is a variety of activities for all ages available year round.

 

Social Tennis

For those who would like to play social tennis, the club offers regular sessions. Including mixing in, playing one short set, then changing partners/opponents. Not only is this a great way to play some tennis, it’s the best way to meet other club members.

 

Coaching

Cults Tennis Club has a comprehensive coaching programme. With coaching available from 5 years all the way through to adult beginners! Competitive tennis is available for all ages with both club tournaments and play in local leagues.

 

Competitive Tennis

While Cults doesn’t offer competitive league play, the club is involved in a number of inter-clubs tournament. An annual club championships allows members to compete against each other and win a coveted trophy.

 

Membership

Cults Tennis Club offer a few different membership packages. These include Senior, Student, Family as well as non-playing.

 

Extra

Off the court, the club has a vibrant social calendar to suit all ages as well as a pro shop in the club house.

Outdoor Courts: 6

  • Floodlit: 6
  • Artificial Grass: 6

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Pro Shop
    Address:
    32 Abbotshall Place, Cults, Aberdeen, AB15 9JB
    Telephone:
    01224 867731
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