Morning QuickStart Tennis offered in June

Beaufort High School Coach David Riedmayer and Teaching Pro Warren Florence will offer MorningStart Tennis starting Monday, June 13 through Friday, June 17.

The Beaufort Tennis Camp afternoon session narrows in on the more serious-minded tennis athlete. While this group of players will strive for improvement — and not without laughs and fun — high performance tennis is the priority. The clinic will continue to focus on the whole player by advancing technical development and sound technique; good footwork and conditioning; court consciousness in doubles and singles; point set up; shot making and closing; consistency; patterns of advanced play; match philosophy; honesty; sportsmanship and character.

For more information, Contact Coach David Riedmayer (321-0381) or Teaching Pro Warren Florence (441-0871).




Morning QuickStart Tennis

Quick Start Tennis, also known as “10 and Under Tennis,” is a competitive play format that features modified equipment and courts, allowing kids to rally and play the game of tennis earlier than the expected advanced lesson training. With shorter and narrower courts, lower nets and lower compression balls, kids build the confidence and ability to cover the entire court. Now, children 10 and under can compete and play, moving their way through a progressive court system until they reach the traditional court size where tournament ages 12 and up play and compete.

• Ages 5-8 9 – 10 a.m. $80

• Ages 9-11 10 –11:30 a.m. $120

Afternoon Intermediate & Advanced

• Ages 12-16 3 – 4:30 p.m. $120

• Ages 12-18 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. $175



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