Tennis

Cardio tennis, lessons and clinics are offered daily with onsite USPTA tennis professional. Many events including pro exhibitions, round robins, lessons, clinics, socials, club tounaments, summer interclubs and USTA/CTA leagues.

Ronnie Hilburn, Director of Tennis, RonnieH@vccnaples.com
Niki Dutton, Membership Director, NikiD@vccnaples.com

General Information

Vanderbilt Country Club is proud to offer our members the finest and most complete tennis program in the Naples area.  Our amenities include six (6) lighted, immaculately maintained Har Tru courts.

The success of our very active programs lies in our ability to arrange games for all our members and guests at every level of play. We also organize many challenging events for the tennis enthusiast including:

·       Daily Round Robins
·       Monthly Social Mixers
·       Interclub Matches
·       Holiday Camps
·       Competitive participation in local and USTA Leagues

Our Instruction Program is second to none.  We offer:

·       Daily Men’s and Women’s Clinics of all levels
·       Cardio Tennis Classes
·       Our very popular Back to Basics for players that are coming back to the game
·       Private and Semi-private and 3 and the Pro

We have a fully stocked Pro Shop for your tennis soft good needs including, one day racquet stringing and the latest Wilson Demo Racquets to try out.  Whether you are an advanced player or beginner, you’ll find scheduled activities all year long for your tennis enjoyment.

Please stop by the pro shop or call (239) 348-1725 and we will be happy to assist you.

VANDYBALL:

"VANDYBALL", it's not tennis! It's not Pickleball. It's "VANDYBALL" and it's exclusive to Vanderbilt Country Club!  And EVERYONE can play, including, tennis players, retired tennis players, and even golfers can play (with a little help).  Players must sign-up with the tennis office. Vandyball racquets and balls will be available at no cost for the demo and play.

Rules
~All play must be within the service box of a tennis court.
~All serves must be underhand and go over the net, staying in the service box.
~The ball must bounce after crossing the net before it can be returned.
~Standard tennis rules apply: i.e. 2 serve attempts, ball may not touch player, line shot counts as a point, scoring