>>>>2019 TENNIS CLUB BUSINESS club of the month<<<<>>>>USTA Member Club<<<<>>>>Selected by USTA National to host Level 3 ITF-400 Championship<<<<
Thanks to all of our club volunteers and our 45 players participating in our 'Play Tennis Midwest'. The juniors and adults played Red, Orange and Yellow ball activities. Our club volunteers were truly wonderful in helping the kids have a great event.
Join our club---no court fees, no league fees, no monthly fees
Club Member Privileges - Members can log into BCCTC website or log into the Apple app store or Google Play store to download the PlayTennisConnect - Club Edition app to book courts, lessons, clinics and social events - Members can reserve courts (as available) up to seven days in advance - Members can bring in a guest ($10 fee)...3 visit limit for the same guest. Conduct of guests are the responsibilty of the sponsoring member - Members receive 15% off of any item at Dayton's Tennis Zone store - Members can rent the facility on a saturday evening (6-9pm) for private parties (includes agreement and deposit) - Tennis only - $150 - Pickleball only - $100 - Tennis and Pickleball - $200 - Private lessons are $50 per hour - Clinics are $10 for group of 6; $15 for group of 4, per hour - Club leagues - No court fees
Non-MemberPolicies - Lessons and clinics will include an extra $5 fee - Tennis courts may be used for a fee of $20 per court hour, limit to three visitsfor tennis guests - Pickleball courts may be used for a fee of $5 per person, no limit in number of visits
Club Member Policies (for full BCCTC policies, click here) - Members may reserve courts up to 7 days in advance...only one court reservation per day (league play does not count as one of your reservations) - Tennis members can have access to the Swim Club showers, bathrooms and snack bar. To access the pool, you will enter as the guest of a Swim Club member at a $5 cost. - Validitated GVRC Swim Club members will have access to tennis and pickleball courts as available. Swim club members can become a club member for 40% of published rates to have the ability to reserve courts, play in leagues, bring guests, access the web-account and PlayTennisConnect app, and pay reduced rates for clinics and lessons. - All members are responsible for their guests - Appropriate dress, shoes, shirts will be worn within the tennis complex - Inappropriate dress and behavior may result in exclusion to the tennis complex and/or termination of membership. - Non-payment of appropriate fees will result in termination of membership - Lessons at BCCTC may only be provided by BCCTC authorized personnel. This includes, but is not limited to, personal trainers, Pilates instructors, tennis pros, pickleball pro’s, and multisport trainers within all areas of BCCTC facilities. All teaching professionals and coaches have had a Federal background check, CPR training and go through the USTA Safe Play process for Junior USTA ‘Net Generation’ programs. All verified certified coaches on Net Generation have to be members in good standing with the USPTA. This ensures that coaches have current insurance coverage and are continuing their education requirements.
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Location 2373 LaCresta Dr Beavercreek, OH 45431 937-956-8864
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