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    The Georgia Club’s Tennis Court Complex is ready for play! Six clay tennis courts are featured, all with lights for night play and a technologically advanced underground irrigation system for easy refreshing between matches. And the courts have a clay surface, so they’re easier on the joints and cooler in the summer.
    From private lessons to group clinics and mixers, the Tennis Program at The Georgia Club is certain to get your game in shape while having fun.

    Adult Programming

    Adult Programming

    Mens Tennis Night:
    Men's Night continues year round on Monday's from 6:30-8:30
    Cost: $5 for members | $10 for nonmembers

    Cardio Tennis Clinics:
    Cardio Tennis clinics will be offered for women and men on Fridays at 8:30 am. This clinic is for players of all skill levels who are looking to improve their tennis game and get a great workout all while having a lot of fun! We will do drills and games that will challenge you and keep you moving.

    Beginner Tennis Clinics:
    Tuesday's from 9:00-10:30am
    This class is for adults with little or no experience. Your first class is FREE! I guarantee you will be playing matches after six weeks!

    Intermediate(3.0-3.5) Clinics:
    Wednesday's 9:00am and 6:00pm
    This is for adults with some playing experience looking to learn more advanced and aggressive doubles strategy.

    Email [email protected] to sign up or for more information.

    Adult Programming

    Junior Development Program

    • Future Stars - Ages 5-10
    • Middle School Academy
    • High School Academy
    • Tennis & Swim Camp
    • ABC


    Privates are available for adults both members and non-members. Please call the shop for rates. Contact our Tennis Professional to schedule your next lesson: PAUL ALLEN 706-255-9681
    Paul Allen

    Paul Allen


    Paul was practically born with a tennis racquet in his hand. A native of Lawrence, Kansas, and the son of two school teachers, his parents taught swimming and played tennis each summer at the local country club, fostering Paul’s love of the game. When he was 10 years old, his family moved to Athens, and Paul’s passion for tennis grew. He attended the University of Georgia and received his degree in health and physical education. Upon graduation in 2003, he became a full-time tennis teaching professional. In 2004, he received his USPTR certification for adult and child development. Paul enjoys working with children and adults of all skill levels. He has had the pleasure of coaching several young players who have gone on to play tennis at the college level. As the Director of Tennis for The Georgia Club, Paul wants to share his fervor for the game by helping people improve their skills and come to enjoy a lifetime of playing tennis. Paul is committed to continue to grow the tennis program and to make The Georgia Club a top facility for tennis instruction, competition, and most importantly – fun!