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Masamusou
07-27-2005, 12:27 AM
Does anyone know of any good clubs with indoor courts around the Denver area? I'm going back to college in a few weeks a little west of Denver (Golden) and I'm thinking of joining a club so that I can still play while I'm there. Last year I didn't join a club, and only found a couple of people that were willing to go out and hit occasionally. This was only outdoors so the weather limited that. Unfortunately, the school also decided to cut tennis out of its athletic budget, so that is gone also. I would prefer the club to be closer to the Golden area, but I can always drive some place if it's still around the Denver area. The only one I've found any information on is Meadow Creek, but I haven't been able to find many other options. Does anyone know anything?

penpal
07-27-2005, 06:03 AM
There is no shortage of clubs in the Denver area. If you go to this link:

http://www.coloradotennis.com/cta/website.asp?Dept=Adults&Sec=League%20Information&Page=Facility%20Directions

and click on the Denver Metro area link you can download a Word doc with directions to all the clubs in the area.

ffrpg
07-27-2005, 09:08 PM
Hey Masamusou, would you be interested in hitting sometime? I'm also a college student (I go to MSCD). I live south of Denver and would be willing to meet up with you sometime. Let me know if you'd be interested.

Kaptain Karl
07-27-2005, 10:21 PM
Meadow Creek (http://www.meadowcreektennis.com/who.htm) (Some pretty good players from there....)
Rolling Hills CC (http://www.rhillscc.org/club/scripts/clubpers/view_clubpers_list.asp?GRP=8&NS=PUBLIC&APP=61) (See Tennis Pro's contact info at bottom)
Mount Vernon CC (http://www.mountvernoncc.com/tennis.htm)(Dont' know about "indoor" tennis....)
Boulder Tennis Assoc (http://www.bouldertennis.org/) (Good people. May have suggestions....)

- KK

Masamusou
07-28-2005, 11:45 PM
I know there are clubs around Denver, was wondering if anyone belonged to any of them, or had any more details. I'm already paying over 30K for school plus living expenses, so I don't really have the money to waste on a bad club. MSCD? Metro right? I don't really keep up with the full names of the colleges around there. I'll be going back to Colorado in a few weeks once my roommate finds us a place to live. We will probably end up in Golden, but I'm sure that's not too far away.

ffrpg
07-30-2005, 02:28 PM
I know there are clubs around Denver, was wondering if anyone belonged to any of them, or had any more details. I'm already paying over 30K for school plus living expenses, so I don't really have the money to waste on a bad club. MSCD? Metro right? I don't really keep up with the full names of the colleges around there. I'll be going back to Colorado in a few weeks once my roommate finds us a place to live. We will probably end up in Golden, but I'm sure that's not too far away.



Yup, MSCD=Metro.

In D Zone
01-21-2008, 11:32 AM
Iam travelling to Broomfield, CO on Jan 29 to Feb1. Noticed there is a club there called Broomfield Swim & Tennis CLub. Is this a good indoor court?

Anyone interested in playing after 6pm during this day? I am between 3.5 ~4.0.