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Kirkton Park Tennis Club

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Started in 2011, Kirkton Park Tennis Club is a friendly and welcoming tennis club based in Bathgate. Started by a number of local tennis enthusiasts, the club continues to grow and connect tennis players from not only Bathgate but many of the towns throughout West Lothian. Kirkton’s members range in ability from total beginners, improvers, intermediate all the way to advanced players.

 

Social Play

The club has regular social sessions on Sunday afternoons and Tuesday evenings. These sessions are arranged by playing level. Also, Guests are welcome to play for a free social session before joining.

 

Coaching

While the club does not have it’s own coaching programme, it does have link with excellent local coaches. So, if you aiming to improve, the club can put you in touch with someone who can enable you to reach your goals.

 

Competitive Tennis

There’s a lot of competitive tennis on offer, from club ladders to external league play. As well as a number of tournaments, which take place each year.

 

Membership

A wide range of membership is available. Including Adult, Junior and Family Membership. In addition, courts are also available on a Pay and Play basis for non-members.

 

Extras

Off the courts, there are a number of social events and other activities organized throughout the year.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Macadam: 4

Indoor Courts: 0

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      Address:
      Kirkton Park, Edinburgh Road, Bathgate, West Lothian, EH48 1ET
      Telephone:
      07887 536572
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