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Pit Farm Tennis Club

Pit Farm Tennis Club is one of the largest, most active clubs in the beautiful countryside town of Guildford, run by the members, for the members. In addition to great yearly tennis programme, members enjoy the off-court socials just as much! The club aims to provide tennis for all and so won’t disappoint.

 

Social Play

Social tennis takes place 4 times a week and is a great way to improve your game while staying active. Plus as a member, you have access to courts when you feel like playing tennis.

 

Coaching

Paul Kozak, the club’s exceptional professional coach, runs sessions for juniors throughout the year, including tri-weekly free sessions during the summer. He is also available for individual coaching sessions for any member of the club.

 

Competitive Tennis

While the club doesn’t compete in local league, it does host an annual championships which is open to all and is a great way to text your skills.

 

Membership

With a wide range of membership types, joining Pit Farm Tennis Club is easy. While the club does charge a joining fee, each membership package is affordable. So whether you’re a junior, adult or family you’ll enjoy the facilities and programme on offer.

 

Extras

The excellent clubhouse is the setting for a variety of social events , which takes place throughout the year. So, there is always something going on.

Outdoor Courts: 6

  • Floodlit: 6
  • Artificial Grass: 6

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    Hillier Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 2JQ
    Telephone:
    01483 562148
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