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Dalbeattie Tennis Club

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Founded in 1980, Dalbeattie Tennis Club has quickly become one of the biggest clubs in South West Scotland. The club has an expanding membership of all ages and abilities. And is a fantastic place to developer your interest in tennis further. Situated in the idyllic surroundings of Colliston Park, the courts are generally available 7 days a week except for matches and competition.

 

Social Play

Activities at the club include Ladies seniors day, Tuesday mornings and mixed senior Tues afternoon. Also there is a club night on Fridays, where senior members turn up and play mixed doubles.

 

Coaching

With two LTA qualified coaches, members benefit from both groups or individual coaching on a range of topic. Therefore, if you’re looking to improve,¬†Dalbeattie Tennis Club will enable you to develop your skills.

 

Competitive Tennis

There are a number of tournaments during the season both open and closed. As well as team in local league. So, if you wanting to play a more challenging game, there’s plenty of opportunities on offer.

 

Membership

It is likely that Dalbeattie Tennis Club does offer a range of membership. However, there is no mention of membership on their website. If you are a current members, please get in touch to update this section with the correct information.

 

Extras

As a social club, a number of non-tennis events take place throughout the year including an end of season ball.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Artificial Grass: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    Address:
    Kipp Lodge, Kippford, Dalbeattie, Dumfries & Galloway, DG5 4LG
    Telephone:
    01556 611857
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