From yoga mat to vaulted ceiling, Woodside Health and Tennis Club provides an open, airy environment for fitness fanatics and casual cardio seekers alike. By bench-pressing a 29-visit pass, guests will enjoy unfettered access to Woodside's many amenities including weights, cardio equipment, basketball courts, indoor track, indoor and outdoor pools, and more (tennis and spa rates are not included). In between cardio shifts on the TV-laden machines, well-warmed engines can shift gears during group fitness classes such as cycling and yoga. The club offers 70 classes weekly, each with a distinct emphasis, teaching method, and ability to reshape love handles into positive negative space.
Overland Park Racquet Club lets members play tennis year-round with 14 courts inside a climate-controlled facility and eight out in the sun. A staff of experienced instructors—including former collegians and top-ranked amateur players—imparts skills and fundamentals during clinics, lessons, and Quickstart programs, which feature a scaled-down version of tennis for racketeers younger than 10. Off the courts, the club offers a full set of amenities including a fitness room, full-service restaurant and bar, and Olympic-sized outdoor pool where you can test out the buoyancy of your new suit sewn from tennis balls.
The tennis instructors at Elite Squad Tennis Club teach players of all skill levels the ins and outs of serves and volleys during their adult classes. School unaccustomed hands in the art of racquet grasping with ESTC fast-track tennis, a three-week course designed for new tennis players, or attend match-play development clinics to learn the tactics of point play with game variations, drills, and opponent distraction strategies.
Harvesting five indoor and six outdoor courts, Jayhawk treats competitors to a sprawling battleground for spirited orb-bashing bouts. Every membership to the facility comes loaded with special features, including a free instructional session with a net-conquering connoisseur for each new member, as well as access to multiple state-of-the-art ball machines that have recently supplanted outdated Civil War cannons. Members also have top priority in reserving courts and spots during special clinics and programs, as well as reduced rates for private or semiprivate lessons.
Captained by extensively experienced staffers, The Plaza Tennis Center invites racquets to swing in private and group lessons, tennis leagues, and tournaments. Private sessions for adults and children home in on individual skills customized around student goals and styles of play, while group classes pit pairs of friends and prefriends in calorie-burning drills emphasizing repetition and situational point play. Meanwhile, leagues pair similarly matched players in social beginner pairings, coed World Team Tennis formations, or Flex groups. The Plaza Tennis Center also hosts an array of tournaments on its 14 outdoor courts—each recently resurfaced, lighted, and tinted in U.S. Open colors—where players of all ages and levels of experience face off over the net.
Eight outdoor tennis courts, five indoor tennis courts, and an eight-lane competition-size outdoor pool are some of the figures that contribute to the expansive facility of Clayview Country Club, the staff of which oversees programs and classes for all members of the family. Within the fitness center, Nautilus machines line up with free weights, treadmills, and ellipticals—all within eyesight of flat-screen televisions—that members use to crush calories on their own or under the guise of a personal trainer. At the outdoor pool, swimmers jump from 1- and 3-meter boards into the diving well or groove to DJ-spun tunes at one of three holiday swim parties. Before departing, they take advantage of locker rooms with showers and stop by the pro shop to re-string racquets or polish their dorsal fins.