Summit Chase Junior Tennis Program
Academy & Early Development
Summit Chase offers and exciting junior tennis program for children ages four and up. Our year-round Summit Chase Tennis Academy, early development program and private instruction provide an opportunity for your young athlete to obtain the skill and knowledge required to achieve their goals in the sport of tennis, whether it be purely recreational or preparing them for individual or team competition. With over 45 years experience, our staff of certified tennis professionals have helped pave the way for hundreds of young tennis players to compete at the high school and college level. Allow us to introduce your child to a sport they will enjoy for a lifetime. The Summit Chase Junior Tennis Program is available for members and non-members. Everyone is welcome to participate.
Junior Early Development Program
Early Development Program is offered for Pee-wee, Basic beginner and Advanced beginner tennis players for six consecutive weeks on Saturdays. We have weekday classes available in the Summer. These classes are essential for the development of a tennis player and the program is designed to teach the fundamentals of the game, technique, and realistic tactics to young tennis players. At Summit Chase Country Club, we primarily use low compression balls, smaller courts, and shorter rackets, transitioning to yellow balls, full size court and bigger rackets as the player progresses. Our mission statement at SCCC is to inspire kids to play tennis for life.
Pee-Wee (RED – Ages 4-7)
This group uses slower balls, smaller courts, shorter rackets, and players learn the FUNdamentals of the game, technique, and realistic tactics.
The Pee-Wee (RED) class is for young players from the age 4-7 that want to learn the basics of the game of tennis. This stage is essential for the development of a tennis player.
The Pee-wee class uses low-compression balls (red, 75% slower than yellow balls), in smaller courts with shorter rackets and players learn the fundamentals of the game, developing eye-hand coordination, basics of technical including grips and footwork, and basic realistic tactical components of tennis, all while learning with fun based drills.
Basic Beginner (ORANGE – Ages 8-10)
In Basic Beginner, players move to a larger court, faster ball, bigger racket, and reinforce the basics of technique while learning more advanced tactics in a fun based environment.
The Basic Beginner (ORANGE) class is designed for players age 8-10 that are taking the first steps into tennis or transitioning from the Pee-Wee (RED) stage. Basics of technique are to be learned/reinforced in this phase as well as more advanced tactics to move further in the tennis pathway. The Basic Beginner class uses low-compression balls (Orange, 50% slower than yellow balls), in smaller courts with shorter rackets and players reinforce the basic skills of technique learned in the red stage or learn the fundamentals of technique if they have no earlier experience with the sport. More advanced tactics of the game are taught in this stage to enhance the development of the player.
Advanced Beginner (GREEN – Ages 9-12)
This group transitions to a faster ball, full size court and bigger rackets. In the Advanced Beginner class, players are able to continue developing good technique in all the strokes using both green and regular balls, and are learning how to implement more advanced tactics to their game. The Advanced Beginner (GREEN) class is for players age 9-12 that are in the beginner stage of tennis development and wish to learn the basics as well as more advanced technical components of the game or are transitioning from the Orange stage. Players are in the process of learning how to apply more advanced tactics to their game. This class is our last stage in the early development of a tennis player and is used as a preparation for advanced play through competition in tournaments. This class uses low-compression balls (Green, 25% slower than yellow ball), and regular yellow balls, in full size courts with shorter rackets, transitioning to full size rackets as the player progresses. Players transitioning from the orange stage are acquiring more experience and can apply more advanced tactics, enabling them to continue to grow as players.
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