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Where are the courts located?

Picton Tennis Courts are at Downing Street, Picton. Next to the Picton Bowling Club.

How many courts are there?

There are 7 synthetic grass courts and 2 hard courts. All with lights

How do I hire a court?

You can hire a court from the coach or committee member at the courts. If no one is there, you can hire the courts through the Picton Bowling Club bar staff.

Can I hire a ball machine?

Yes. The cost includes the ball machine, tennis balls and court hire on an hourly basis.

What program is best for my child?

Each child is different in their motivation to play, their abilities and their concentration levels. We will assess your child for FREE and choose the most suitable tennis program for your child.

Does my child need their own racquet for lessons?

No, we have loan racquet for your child’s lesson. Once your child has started lessons we encourage the child to have their own racquet. We can help you select the right size, weight & grip.

How do I join the club?

You need to fill in an application form. You can download the form here. Once the form is complete, you can hand it to the coach or committee member, email it to admin@pictontennis.com.au or post it to PO 57 Picton NSW 2571.

How much does membership cost?

There are two membership categories. Junior Membership is $28 per year and Adult Membership is $45 per year. Annual membership runs from 1st July to 30th June each year.

How do I organise coaching lessons?

Call our club coach on Mob. 0432 700 178 - Find out about private, shared or group lessons. Hot shots programs, cardio tennis and squad. There are a number of coaching programs available to suit everyone's needs.

What happens if it rains?

We try to give as much notice as possible when a lesson is cancelled due to rain or heat. We have a text messaging service that will advise if a lesson is cancelled and when it will be made up.

Do you run a mixed club competition?

Yes, mixed club competitions run every Tuesday evening during school term time. With a 7.30pm start, 3 sets are played and you usually finish by 9.30pm. The competition organiser will place you in the right division based on your standard of play. If you don't have a partner, tell the organiser who will attempt to find you one.

Do you run a men's doubles competitions?

Yes, the men's club competition runs every Wednesday evening during school term time. With a 7.30pm start, 3 sets are played and you usually finish by 9.30pm. The competition organiser will place you in the right division based on your standard of play. If you don't have a partner, tell the organiser who will attempt to find you one.

Do you run a ladies doubles competition?

Yes, the ladies club competition runs every Thursday evening during school term time. With a 7.30pm start, 3 sets are played and you usually finish by 9.30pm. If you don't have a partner, tell the organiser who will attempt to find you one.

What happens if it rains?

The club will notify you via SMS by 6pm if the competition is cancelled due to increment weather.

Do you have a re-string service?

Yes, the club coach offers a restringing service. Call the club coach 0432 700 178 to talk about your requirements.

Does the club have a heat policy?

Yes, the club follows the national guidelines and will cancel or postpone play 38 degrees and over for adults and 36 degrees for children. At temperatures between 30 - 35 degrees cooling techniques should be employed including taking regular rest breaks and re-hydration.

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