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What You'll Get
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$29 for One Month-Long Tennis Course ($60 Value)
Choose from three classes and 12 sessions:
Adult Cardio Tennis fuses movement drills with basic tennis instruction to the pace of energetic music. Classes run for the following sessions:
- May 7–June 3
- June 4–July 1
- July 9–August 5
- August 6–September 2<p>
Introduction to Tennis for Adults includes month-long membership and unlimited walk-on court time. Classes run for the following sessions: * May 7–June 3 * June 4–July 1 * July 9–August 5 * August 6–September 2<p>
Introduction to Tennis for Juniors imparts basic strokes and play strategies. Classes run for the following sessions: * May 7–June 3 * June 4–July 1 * July 9–August 5 * August 6–September 2<p>
All students attend one class per week for four weeks. See the full list of class times for each session.<p>
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Online registration required. Must sign waiver. No make-up classes offered. Junior classes valid only at Springhurst location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Tennis Club at Springhurst
The Tennis Club at Springhurst places top-notch instructors at the helm of both of its professional-level facilities, where programs, camps, and classes help players of all ages develop their skills. Opened in 1998, the multifaceted Springhurst location combines 10 indoor tennis courts with areas for field hockey, volleyball, and basketball to form a one-stop training haven. The academy’s other location, Top Gun Academy, has grown to include 13 outdoor tennis courts and a 18,000-square-foot indoor multi-sport facility. Dually dedicated to excellence in sports, both facilities offer programs that have helped produce college-level players and championship teams.