IMPORTANT - Waiver and Release Information
All players with NTC profiles are required sign the Annual Waiver in order to complete registration for programs and/or court bookings.
ADULTS 18 and older - Must complete the waiver for themselves.
JUNIORS under 18 - Only the primary account holder can sign the waiver on behalf of the junior player.
If you have NOT signed the waiver and release in the past 12 months, you will be prompted to do so upon logging in to your NTC profile.
Applies to tournament players and single day event participants that do not have NTC profiles.
ADULTS 18 and older - Must complete the daily waiver for themselves.
JUNIORS under 18 - A parent or legal guardian must complete a daily waiver containing the names of both the child and parent/guardian.
Once completed, you will receive an email confirmation. This must be presented to our front desk staff upon arrival with your government issued photo ID.
All players with court reservations and program registrants must fill out a WAIVER & RELEASE (W & R) prior to on-court play. All players and guests must present a government issued photo ID upon arrival.
Beginners, intermediates, and advanced-level players: We have the right programs for your experience.
NTC ratings are required for all students new to the NTC. New students of all ages and levels - above the beginner level - must be evaluated to obtain an NTC rating.
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Complete beginner-level students will be assigned a beginner NTC rating, enabling registration for an NTC program without the need for an evaluation. Please contact us at email@example.com so our team can assign the NTC beginner-level rating to your profile.
Intro to Tennis 101 (NTC Rating 1.0/1.0S)
This player is new to the game of tennis. The beginner player has no prior experience in the game of tennis. The focus of this class is learning the rules and basic concepts that are essential to play. Low-compression balls are used based on the student's needs to enhance the experience and allow students to learn skills quickly. 90-minute class.
Novice 102 (NTC Rating 1.5/1.5S/2.0S)
Novice 102 is a continuation of Tennis 101 for players who are beginning to serve, rally, and score. Players continue to enhance their fundamentals and overall control. This program will focus on game-based drills, basic court positioning, shot placement, and doubles strategy. 90-minute class.
NTC Rally (NTC Rating 2.0-2.5/2.5S)
NTC Rally will emphasize a variety of play-based activities. The focus will be placed on fundamental stroke production and the development of game skills with attention to ball recognition and footwork. Players will build endurance and strategy through fun games, drills, and friendly competition. Players can sustain rallies with more consistency. This class is for players who are familiar with basic positions for singles and doubles. 90-minute class.
NTC Bronze (NTC Rating 2.6-3.0/3.0S-3.5S)
NTC Bronze classes will focus on improving the technique of the players who just moved up from the Rally class. This level will focus on the refinement of fundamental strokes such as forehand, backhand, volley, and serve. Players will learn shot placements and the importance of court positioning in doubles. Drills are appropriate for Bronze-level players.
NTC Silver (NTC Rating 3.1-3.5/4.0S)
NTC Silver will focus on improving the player that moved up from the Bronze class. These players will be introduced to the advanced parts of the game, such as ball placement and court positioning to construct points in doubles. Silver players will also be taught to use their strengths in singles and doubles matches, where technique will be overviewed. Drills are appropriate for Silver-level players.
NTC Gold (NTC Rating 3.6-4.0/4.5S)
NTC Gold is the highest instructional class offered at the NTC. This class is for the advanced player. These players are taught how to maximize their ability at a competitive level. The classes are more focused on games and drills. The Gold classes are designed to push the player's athletic ability and stamina. The technique is overviewed in Gold classes. Drills are advanced and appropriate for Gold-level players.
Players in Zone classes are placed in an appropriate group based on their skill level with an emphasis on play.
Zone (NTC Rating 2.1-3.0/3.0S)
A music-powered and high-tempo game-based class. Classes often rotate among multiple courts in competitive, friendly, fast-paced games. Players benefit from a great workout in an upbeat atmosphere where point playing and fun are the goals.
Advanced Zone (NTC Rating 3.1 and up)
A music-powered and high-tempo game-based class for the more advanced players. Classes often rotate among multiple courts in competitive, friendly, fast-paced games. Players benefit from a great workout in an upbeat atmosphere where point playing and fun are the goals.
Drill and Play
Doubles Drill and Play offers the serious tennis player a chance to combine instruction and drills specifically designed for doubles. One hour of doubles-focused drills and one hour of match play.
Bronze (NTC Rating 2.6 - 3.0)
Silver (NTC Rating 3.1, 3.5)
Gold (NTC Rating 3.6, 4.0)
Stroke Development Series
The Stroke Series and Advanced Stroke Series are designed to improve the technique and understanding of keystrokes. These sessions will utilize progressive drills that will allow players to focus on one stroke at a time. While points and games might also be used, the main emphasis will be on technical development.
Stroke Series (NTC Rating 2.0 - 3.0)
Advanced Stroke Series (NTC Rating 3.1 - 4.0)
Round Robin (Players Ages 60+)
10:00 AM Weekdays
(Rating 2.5, 2.6, 3.1, 3.0, 3.5S, and 4.0S)
11:30 AM Weekdays
(Rating 1.5S, 2.0, 2.0S, and 2.5S)