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Woodend Bowling and Tennis Club

Woodend Bowling and Tennis Club provides sporting facilities for the local community. The club has a large local membership across its many sections including tennis, bowling, running and hockey. As well as many social categories including football, bridge, and more.

 

There are plenty of opportunities to start playing, improve your tennis game or take part competitively at Woodend.

 

Social Play

It’s really easy to book a court for your own games at Woodend Bowling and Tennis Club. Therefore you’ll enjoy playing as often as you wish. Plus with a freindly membership, you’ll never be short of others to play with. You’re also welcome to bring guests and each may visit three times before being asked to join.

 

Coaching

The club has a great coaching programme, which is open to member and non-members. So whether your a child looking to start out or an adult in need of some help with their serve, the club’s coaching team will enable you to reach your goals.

 

Competitive Tennis

There are a series of competitions throughout the year. Which is great news if you’re looking for a challenge!

 

Membership

There is currently no waiting list for joining Woodend Bowling and Tennis Club. Several types of membership are available and there are no joining fees.

 

Extras

The club has an excellent bar and catering facilities. Also, the venue is regularly hired out for birthday parties, launch events, gigs and more.

Outdoor Courts: 5

  • Floodlit: 5
  • Macadam: 5

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    30 Chamberlain Road, Jordanhill, Glasgow, G13 1QG
    Telephone:
    01419 591428

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