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Hamilton Lawn Tennis Club

Established in 1884 , Hamilton Lawn Tennis Club remains a firm favourite for a wide range of ages and abilities. As a non-profit, the club is run by members for members.

 

Hamilton Lawn Tennis Club was the third club to be formed in Scotland. The distinction of the first club going to Perth in 1882. The club was formed a year before the Scottish Lawn Tennis Association. And only seven years after the All England Tennis Club at Wimbledon.

 

Social Play

While the club meets regularly for social tennis, members are able to book courts for their own games. So no matter how busy you are, you can still get on court and play some tennis!

 

Coaching

Head coach Ian Cannon, has been a member of the club for over 20 years and offers a range of coaching. Juniors can learn the basics, while adults can develop there skills further. So regardless of your age of goals, Ian can help you improve.

 

Competitive Tennis

With 10 teams, the club offers an impressive range of match play. All actively compete in local leagues and there is a superb mix of junior, adults, and veteran teams.

 

Membership

With a range of memberships, Hamilton Lawn Tennis Club is open to everyone, including visitors who purchase one month’s membership. Adult subscriptions cost less than £3 per week. The club does not charge a joining fee or have a minimum playing standard.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 4

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Blackswell Lane, Motherwell Road, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, ML3 7BN
      Telephone:
      07759 941136
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