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Garw Valley Tennis Club

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Established in 1927, Garw Valley Tennis Club is one of the oldest tennis club in the South Wales valleys. The club is a top-class facility for budding tennis professionals and novice players alike, who are all more than welcome to come and join, whilst soaking up the excellent view of the valley below.

 

Social Play

Members meet weekly to play socially. These superb session enable all to play some tennis, develop their skills and catch up with friends. Members can easily book courts outside the club’s programme.

 

Coaching

There are weekly group coaching sessions, which are led by a qualified coach. These session enable both juniors adults to grow and develop. So if you would like to improve your serve or back hand then get in involved with the programme.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club regularly competes in the South Wales tennis league. The annual club tournament is also a great way to experience friendly competition. Garw Valley, therefore provides a number of competitive opportunities.

 

Membership

With some of the lowest membership fees in the country, joining Garw Valley Tennis Club is a no brainer! In addition to a number of option, visitor fees are small.

 

Extras

While the club doesn’t have indoor courts, in winter social play sessions move to the Pontycymer Leisure Centre.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Hard: 3

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    Lawrence Park, Federation Lane, Pontycymer, Bridgend, CF32 8LQ
    Telephone:
    01656 870955
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