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Scone Tennis Club

Scone Tennis Club was formed in 1931, soon after the ground was gifted to the village by Charles Hutchison. A local benefactor, Robert Douglas, who was born and brought up in Scone before making his fortune in America, funded the park groundworks at that time.


Today, the club is a friendly and popular community sports club filled with players of all ages and abilities. Scone achieved the Clubmark accreditation in 2009 which recognised the club as a safe, rewarding and fulfilling place for participants of all ages. As well as being a place which helps parents and carers know that they’re choosing the right club for their young people.


Social Play

Friday night is the club’s primary club night and open to all members. Also, Saturday afternoons are set aside for club play. These sessions continue throughout the year and are open to all. So, just turn up and play and maybe finish with a cup of tea and cake!


Every Wednesday night is Rusties Night and this is an informal session for non-team players. Everyone is welcome and there is no need to book.



Whatever your age, there’s a range of coaching for all ages. From rusty rackets for those who are getting back into play to junior coaching for those with additional needs.


Competitive Tennis

A number of Adult and Junior teams compete throughout the season giving plenty of competitive options throughout the year.



There are two membership packages available at Scone Tennis Club. Adult and Junior. Both are affordable and are open to all. So consider joining today.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Hard: 3

Indoor Courts: 0


Robert Douglas Memorial Park, Abbey Road, Scone, Perth, PH2 6RU
07786 637361

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