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Hadley Wood Tennis Club

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Located on the borders of Enfield and Barnet, Hadley Wood Tennis Club is a friendly community tennis club. The club is open to both Tennis players and social members. And has a clubhouse with bar.

 

Social Play

Various social tennis session held throughout the week and are open to members and non-members alike. Courts can be easily booked outside of this programme, enabling you to play tennis whenever you wish.

 

Coaching

If you’re looking to improve your game, then the club’s coaching team offer both junior and senior coaching. Both individual and groups sessions are available. Juniors benefit from the LTA mini tennis programme, which aims to teach children the basics of tennis in a fun and engaging way.

 

Competitive Tennis

A number of teams compete in the Middlesex Tennis League as well as other local Leagues. Various tournaments take place throughout the season. From American tournaments to Club Championships for juniors and seniors. Hadley Wood offers a range of competitive tennis for all abilities and ages.

 

Membership

With 8 membership options available, Hadley Wood caters to all types of tennis players. There are packages available for families and social members as well as adult off-peak. In addition, new members receive a discount.

 

Extras

As one of the first clubs in the UK to achieve Clubmark status, Hadley Wood Tennis Club is recognised by the LTA for it’s tennis programme, policies and procedures, and club management.

Outdoor Courts: 7

  • Floodlit: 5
  • Hard: 2
  • Artificial Grass: 5

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    Crescent East, Hadley Wood, Hertfordshire, EN4 0EL
    Telephone:
    07787 552326
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