Adult Clinics

Welcome to JTCC's Adult Clinic Registration Page

Registration Now Open for Session 2!

November 2 - January 17 (No Classes: November 26-27, December 24-January 1)
Monday-Wednesday, Saturday-Sunday (10 Weeks)
Thursday-Friday (8 Weeks)

All programs will be held outdoors with indoor backup for inclement weather, court availability and court conditions. Text "JTCCCourts" to 474747 to receive up to date information. 

COVID-19 Waiver for All Programs - "I have read and understand JTCC's plan to create a safe tennis environment in the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic and I agree to follow the rules set by JTCC to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. I understand that there are risks in using JTCC during this time and that JTCC is not liable for my or my family members risk of infection." 

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Contact Director of Tennis, Tyler Delaney, with questions (

Discover Play (2.0-2.9)

Discover Play is designed for players who have taken Discover Tennis II or players looking to get back into the game. Student is learning to keep the ball in play but needs to improve court positioning and consistency.

Control And Position (3.0-3.9)

Control and Position is designed to improve directional control and positioning on court. Student can play singles and doubles but needs to improve net play and basic tactics.

Spin And Power (4.0-4.4)

Spin and Power is designed to improve depth and variety of shots through the understanding of applying different spins and being able to apply and absorb power. Student is developing the use of lobs, overheads, approach shots and volleys and is seldom out of position in singles or doubles. Placement in this class requires approval from Director of Tennis (

Adult Champs (4.5+)

A competitive clinic designed specifically for former college and current competitive players. Each clinic is run similar to a college team practice and involves intense live-ball drilling, competitive situational games and match play. Players will work on using tactics, finishing points and winning points off of the serve and return. Student has begun to hit with power, spin, depth and control. The serve can be a weapon, and he/she can move into a net position with some success in singles and doubles. This player participates on a regular basis in competitive tennis programs.Placement in this class requires approval from Director of Tennis (