Hills District Social Tennis
Our club social tennis is held every Thursday evening from 7pm at our Castle Hill centre and caters to the player who either can’t commit every week to our competitions or just wants some extra hitting practice in a non competitive environment .
One of our friendly staff is always on hand to organise the player pairings for each doubles set . We organise 8 game sets loosely based on standard to ensure everyone gets a good hit . We also try to mix it up so you get to know as many of your fellow club members as possible . Its all about playing good tennis in good company .
Social play is available on 9 out of 10 synthetic grass lit courts . No bookings are required just drop in from 7pm onwards , sign in and pay in the lower clubhouse adjacent to courts 7-10 .
Our club social is proving very popular with more than 30 players each week . A heavy demand for social tennis in good weather can cause waiting time between sets . When this happens we may operate a short deuce system to ensure regular and speedy court rotation and we aim to give each player a minimum of 3 sets on the night. We also have a table tennis table to keep you occupied should you have a short wait in between sets.
Tea / Coffee and light refreshments are included .
In the case of inclement weather we will update our website with court status and playability.
Cost $15 Non member $10 members
HDTA social membership $ 25 per year Click here to Join
Other Social Tennis
If our organised club social is not for you then you may wish to organise your own regular group of players and make a permanent booking on one of our courts and remember to ask about our discounted rates for permanent bookings.
We also have many other permanent groups playing social tennis throughout the weekday mornings including ladies social on Tuesday & Friday mornings and Seniors group every Wednesday morning from 8.30am – 12 noon . If you are interested in attending feel free to Contact Us and we may be able to put you in contact with the organiser of these groups.