Tennis in Ringwood


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  • TGA of Bergen County
    TGA of Bergen County's staffers know golf and tennis, but above all else, they know kids. The highly trained pros and education experts have teamed up to design age-specific golf and tennis programs that not only teach children the rules of the game but also instill valuable life lessons, education, and a love for physical fitness. A proud USTA National Partner, the TGA develops its methodologies and curriculum in conjunction with the USTA's youth tennis standards. As children swing clubs and rackets, the instructors stress playing fair and developing self-confidence through success, giving them positive motivation and praise after they sink a tricky putt or hit a winner on the tennis court. The classes are interspersed with academic lessons on subjects such as math, science, and history, and of course, a healthy dose of fun. Whether the prescreened and certified instructors are leading kids in a summer camp or after-school program, they provide all the clubs, rackets, balls, and robo-caddies needed.
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    911 Hammond Rd
    Ridgewood, NJ US
  • Crown Billiards
    With a full complement of Brunswick Gold Crown tables punctuating the pool hall with swatches of green felt, Crown Billiards offers ample space for pool enthusiasts of all levels. Weekly tournaments give seasoned players a chance to show off and compete for cash prizes, while amateur leagues gives beginners a chance to work on their games. The resident pool pro Carmen Lombardo gives tips to players and offers lessons for an additional fee. Crown Billiards also houses a cue repair shop and a full kitchen, which serves coffee, snacks, and hot sandwiches.
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    735 Hamburg Tpke.
    Pompton Lakes, NJ US
  • Drop Shot Tennis
    The player toes the baseline, bounces the tennis ball a few times per ritual, and then tosses it skyward for the first serve. The ball is hit a touch too firmly, and it sails past the service area for a fault. No matter, you get two faults in tennis. The second serve takes some oomph off the stroke while imparting spin, hoping to keep it safely in-bounds. Instead, the ball is lands wide of the sideline for fault number two. It's common situations like these that certified tennis instructor Peter Ohanyan believes separate an average player from confident players whose skills are refined. Recognizing the need to combat mental obstacles and boost confidence, particularly with beginners, Peter applies all the knowledge learned from playing singles at the NCAA level, coaching a high school team, and earning degrees in psychology and physical education. He takes a positive, reinforcing approach to teaching the game, and employs a wide range of equipment—such as agility ladders, cones, and hurdles—to help his students sharpen technical skills.
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    200 Piermont Avenue
    Hillsdale, NJ US
  • Tga Of Morris County
    Even after 10 years in business, a spot on Golf Magazine?s ?40 Under 40? list, and multiple features in Entrepreneur magazine, CEO Joshua Jacobs maintains a laserlike focus on what?s important to the health of America?s youngsters. His youth-enrichment program, taught at all TGA franchises, uses the games of golf and tennis as means for communicating positive life values and building confidence in pre-K through 8th-grade students, all while keeping kids active to combat obesity. Born from a team of golf, tennis, and education professionals, the five-level TGA curriculum teaches etiquette, sportsmanship, and the value of physical activity alongside lessons in math, science, history, and English. The trained staff outfits each student with modified equipment for their lesson, including shorter golf clubs, lighter tennis racquets, and reduced-flight golf balls that have had their wings clipped for indoor use.
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    45 W Sunset Rd
    Pompton Plains, NJ US
  • Westchester Table Tennis Center
    By the numbers, Westchester Table Tennis Center seems to have it all: 14,000 square feet of space, 19 tables, 100+ parking spots, and a 3.5-block walk to the Pleasantville Metro-North station. That type of convenience means kids and adults can pick up a paddle and enjoy the game with ease. The center offers a number of ways to play, from day passes to leagues and long-term memberships. Players can stop by seven days a week and the center stays open until 11 p.m. every night.
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    175 Tompkins Ave
    Pleasantville, NY US
  • TGA of Northern Westchester
    With TGA of Northern Westchester, staffers teach the sports of golf and tennis as a way to help kids acquire positive life values such as character, confidence, and a love for physical fitness. The highly trained educators design programs for after-school lessons, summer camps, and tournaments that get children in pre-K through 8th grade swinging clubs and rackets. The instructors stress fair play and build self confidence through positive motivation, such as praising a child after he or she sinks a tricky putt or pretends a tennis racket is an extremely convincing guitar. Academic classes in subjects such as math and science are paired with the sports lessons, helping to build a solid base for later success on and off the court.
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    400 Croton Dam Rd.
    Ossining, NY US
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