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Tennis Rules of Play

Due to covid, non-members are unable participate in SPTC adult and junior programs this summer. Guests are permitted for a $10 fee. There is an approx 3-4 year waitlist for club membership. If you wish to get on the list, click on the "Membership" section of this website.

The Tennis Program Schedule for juniors and adults is posted under the “Bulletin Board” on "Tennis Booking" site. 

Signups for all junior and adult drills and events will be done on-line through this site under the “Events” tab. Junior drills are registered for on a weekly basis and team practice on a daily basis.

Tennis Director:
Greg Hiers - USPTA (Elite Certified),
Assistant Pros:
Cason Hiers - Catawba (DII) tennis team, Graduate, Spring 2020
Maddie Amidon - Central High School tennis team, Senior Fall 2020
Court & Check-in Desk Hours: Monday - Sunday, 8:00 am - just before sunset.
Courts closed: 3:30 - 4:00 / start mid August 3:00 - 3:30 for grooming (no exceptions).
Club Manager and Head Swim Coach:
Club Accountant:
Martha Mcartney,
1. Check your E-mail and posted flyers for all updated tennis program information. 
2. Please review the "Tennis Rules & Court Reservations" section of this website.
3. Register all tennis guests from the day the courts open in April until they are shut down in October. 
4. A lesson or drill must be cancelled the day before, or you will charged unless the spot can be filled.
5. Racket stringing and regriping is offered.
6. Looking for a game? Go to online court reservations site and click on "Player Postings". Leave your information and look for players of similar ability level contact. 

LESSONS: Note: Drill & Lesson Fees went up last summer to cover payroll expenses incurred by the club.

(per hour) Greg Ast Pros
Individual $65.00 $40.00
2 person & Half hour individual $35.00 $25.00
3 person $25.00 $20.00

*Cancel lessons and drills the day prior or pay the full amount for that time*.  Non-members add $10 per hour.


Tennis Guest Fee: $10.00/person for up to 1 1/2 hrs of play


About our Tennis Director...


SPTC Tennis Director, Greg Hiers, is a USPTA Elite level certified teaching professional (the highest classification excluding "Master Pro"). He has completed the USTA High Performance Coaching course and attained the USTA's Level I Competency for Sport Science. Greg has attended dozens of tennis coaching workshops across the country over the years and has been here at SPTC since 1997. 


Fall through spring Greg and his family live in Fort Myers, Florida where he is the seasonal Tennis Director at Breckenridge Golf & Tennis as well as part-time pro at Gulf Harbour Country Club. Each summer Greg returns here to SPTC. Prior to his move to Florida, Greg was Tennis Director at Fred Wells Tennis & Education Center. During the summer, he is Tournament Director for the "SPTC Open Clay Court Doubles Championships" held here at SPTC.

Greg is a native Floridian; born in Jacksonville, lived in Tampa through junior high school then moved to Boca Raton. These latter two cities are hot-beds of professional tennis in this country. This certainly had an effect on his early love of the sport and his desire to make a career out of it (this being the only job he has really ever had!).

Prior to arriving in Minnesota in 1996, Greg was employed at the San Francisco Tennis Club. There he served as Assistant then Head Coach for Northern California's Area Training Center, the training program for the nation's top junior players. Greg graduated from Ferris State University in Michigan with a B.S. in Marketing degree combined with a major in "Professional Tennis Management" (PTM), a unique program that prepares its students for careers in the tennis industry. He played for Webber College in Florida for one year.  A shoulder injury cut short his collegiate play but did not deter his desire to work in the tennis industry.

During his senior year in college, Greg served as an Assistant Coach for the Div. II nationally ranked, FSU Women's Team. He spent his summers during college working as the Head Assistant Pro at clubs in Boca Raton, Florida (for one full year prior to college); Greenwich, Connecticut; Louisville, Kentucky; and Honolulu, Hawaii.