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Wollaston Tennis Club

Located near Stourbridge, Wollaston Tennis Club was formed in 1932 and moved to its present location at Stourton in 1965. There’s a lot going on at the club all year round. From an exciting range of tennis to fun social events. So whatever your age, there are opportunities for you to play more tennis!

 

Social Play

With 8 courts, you’re able to enjoy playing tennis whenever you fancy a game. So whether you want to play in weekly club session or arrange your own games, the choice is yours.

 

Coaching

Baseline Tennis Academy is run by LTA Licensed Coach Richard Cartwright and provides the club’s coaching programme. All abilities and ages are catered for by our coaching programme. Cardio Tennis classes and have racket stringing are also available.

 

Competitive Tennis

If you’re looking to play competitive tennis, you have several options. A number of Men’s and Ladies teams participating within local doubles leagues. Also, there’s a Club Championships, Singles Ladder and regular tournaments.

 

Membership

If you’re looking at join Wollaston Tennis Club, start with an Adult Taster membership. This package allows you to experience the club for one month. The club, of course, offers a range of affordable membership which is open to all.

 

Extras

Off court, socially there are events throughout the year including quizzes, race nights, dinner dances and much more.

Outdoor Courts: 8

  • Floodlit: 8
  • Artificial Grass: 6
  • Artificial Clay: 2

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    Prestwood Drive, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY7 6RZ
    Telephone:
    01384 393322

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