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Harrogate Racquets Club

Harrogate Racquets Club caters for a broad standard of play, and offers various league teams and a first class coaching programmes. As Harrogate’s historic home for racquet sports, the club has a warm family friendly atmosphere. In addition to tennis, the club offers Badminton and TableTennis.

 

Social Play

Club play is available at four different sessions throughout the week. And as members range from the occasional player to national standards, you’ll always find someone to play with.

 

Coaching

head coach Mark Hinchliffe leads a team of qualified coaches at the club. Mark has put together an extensive coaching programme for all ages and abilities. And so, if you’re looking to develop your tennis skills, there is some coaching available which will enable you to grow.

 

Competitive Tennis

Also, there is an annual club tournament, American doubles events and junior matchplay afternoons. As well as teams in the Harrogate and District Tennis League.

 

Membership

As the club is operated by and for its members, all profits reinvested back into the club. As there are three sections to the club, you can choose to become a full and access to all the facilities. However, if you only want to play tennis, then a range of memberships are available.

 

Extras

The fantastic clubhouse has a licenced bar and full kitchen facilities. And is the venue for the many social and family events that take place throughout the year.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      • Bar
      Address:
      Firs Road, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG2 8HA
      Telephone:
      07802 840034

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