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Enfield Chase Tennis Club

Enfield Chase Tennis Club is located in north London. The club has a busy programme of on court tennis and non-sport social events. As well as match play and first rate coaching. In short, there’s something for everyone at the club.

 

Social Play

Come along on a Saturday afternoon to the club’s thriving social tennis rota session where there is always a friendly face to welcome you. These are a great way to play regular tennis and work on your game. And of course, if you want to play more often, then you can book court for your own games.

 

Coaching

A full coaching programme is delivered by Primal Health Tennis Academy for both juniors and Adults of all standards. Courses run in term time and are open to non-members as well.

 

Competitive Tennis

A number of Ladies and Mens teams compete in the LTA Middlesex Summer League and the winter Floodlit League. As well as teams in the Middlesex Cup and AEGON league. The club also runs a number of in-house tournaments each year.

 

Membership

Enfield Chase Tennis Club offers a range of membership design to allow tennis players of all ages to join the club. Visitors are welcome at the club for a small fee.

 

Extras

The modern clubhouse has superb facilities with a licensed bar. Table tennis and Darts are also available in the bar area. As a superb social club, a variety of functions take place throughout the year. Such as Barbecues, Quiz Nights and Christmas party.

Outdoor Courts: 6

  • Floodlit: 6
  • Artificial Grass: 6

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    Mortimer Drive, Park Avenue, Enfield, Middlesex, EN1 2LH
    Telephone:
    02083 605939

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