Adult Beginner / Advanced Beginner Lessons: Basic technical work for new players in the game and those that are a little rusty. From drop hits, fed balls, to sustaining rallies and developing the serve, are highlighted in this 3-week session starting September 10th. Dates: September 9 – 25 October 14 – 30 ,2014
Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays: 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. Tuesdays & Thursdays: 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Cost: $60 3-week session / $15 drop-in $60 3-week session / $15 drop-in Register By: September 5th (drop-in Friday prior) October 10 (drop-in Friday prior)
Adult Cardio Tennis Workout: Fast paced drills along with fun music keeps this group moving throughout the session. Rallying with different formats is also used in this fun action packed program starting September 11th. Dates: September 10 – 24 October 15 – November 12 Times: Wednesdays: 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. Wednesdays: 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. Cost: $40 3-week session / $20 drop-in $65 5-week session / $20 drop-in Register By: September 5th (drop-in Friday prior) October 10 (drop-in Friday prior) Adult Workout Group: Advanced drills with technique work, competitive drills, strategy, and supervised play compose this advanced group starting September 12th. Dates: September 11 – 25 October 16 – November 13 Times: Thursdays: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Thursdays: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. Cost: $60 3-week session / $25 drop-in $100 3-week session / $25 drop-in Register By: September 5th (drop-in Friday prior) October 10 (drop-in Friday prior) Register by phone today (757) 259-3760!
This program is offered at Kiwanis Park Tennis Courts The Williamsburg Department of Parks and Recreation maintains 10 tennis courts within the city limits. These courts are available to the public on a first-come, first-served basis, except when leagues or lessons are scheduled. For more information, please call or email the Williamsburg Parks and Recreation Department at (757) 259-3760.
KIWANIS MUNICIPAL PARK
Seven lighted all-weather courts and an adjacent lighted rebound wall are located at Kiwanis Municipal Park. The lights are available on demand daily from dusk until 11:00 p.m., except during January and February. A switch on the pole closest to the access gate for each bank of courts allows players to turn on the lights for one hour. A warning light above the switch comes on with 10 minutes remaining in the hour. If players need additional time, the switch must be activated again within this 10 minute warning window. The tennis courts are located off of Ironbound Road behind the College of William and Mary’s Dillard Complex dormitories.
Directions: Turn on Ironbound Road from Rt. 60, then turn right on Tennis Ct. and drive straight back to the parking area behind the first dormitory. The courts are located behind the parking area.
Brent Hughes Bio:
Brent has been a USTA member since1963. He attended the University of Georgia on a full tennis scholarship, where his team was ranked Top 10 Nationally all of the years he attended. Brent has instructed independently since 1976 as well as being the Tennis Professional at Centre Court Racquet Club and Palmetto Dunes / Sea Pines and the Tennis Director at Huntington Park Tennis Center and Kingsmill Resort. He started Brent Hughes Elite 10s Academy in 2009 and has been instructing for the City of Williamsburg since then. Since being with the City, he has created many programs, camps, special events and charity events