Mashantum Tennis Club Holds Open House May 29th

No guest fees, discover the club and test out the courts

Mashantum Tennis Club is a non-profit, family-oriented tennis club nestled in the woods of Dennis Village, Cape Cod.  This club is dedicated to providing members of all ages a place to play friendly and competitive tennis.

OPEN HOUSE - MIXED DOUBLES PLAY:

STOP BY & TRY OUT THE RED CLAY

(All welcome, no guest fees)

MONDAY, MAY 29th - 9:00 to 11:00am 

• Four Beautifully Maintained Red Clay Courts
• One Hard Surface All-Weather Court
• Pro Shop for all your Tennis Equipment
Weekly Junior Ladder Clinics (4-17 years old)
• Adult Programs (all levels) – Cardio & Instructional
• Club Tournaments & Inter-Club Match Play
• Private & Group Lessons by Appointment
• Family, Couple & Individual Memberships Available -- by week, month or season
• Open: May 1st to Nov 1st

Also, anyone joining as a full season member over Memorial Day Weekend for the first time (never before having been a member), will receive the May 1st Early Registration Discount listed on our form on our website.  Those that join as Family Members, will also receive 20% off any Junior Ladder Clinic Fees.

Wes Martin, USPTA Elite Certified - Director/Manager

Paul Braude, PTR Certified Head Pro/Asst Manager

Email questions to: [email protected]

Mashantum Tennis Club, a non-profit corp.

11 Forehand Drive, Dennis, MA

(Take Nobscussett Road, off of Route 6A across from Dennis Public Market)

For more information, call the club at: (508)385-7043 - in-season, or visit their website: www.mashantumtennis.com


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