Ed Collins in San Diego?

Discussion in 'Tennis Travel' started by max, Apr 30, 2007.

  1. max

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    Anyone been there? I'm impressed with his book. . .

    Also, what else is in San Diego; really doesn't ring a bell much with me. . . it's kind of a city like Fort Wayne, IN; just doesn't call up much imagery.
     
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  2. dowjones

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    Wow, you're geographically challenged. I bet 99.9% of people would pick San Diego over Fort Wayne, IN. Check a map, do a web search, find out where the oceans are, ...
     
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    San Diego is awesome (if you can afford it). One of my favorite places to visit. :)
     
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    Thanks, dowjones. But have you seen Fort Wayne!!! Check the map; find the prairies.
     
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  5. Colpo

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    Ed Collins, I think, is still the men's coach at USD. Don't know much about his program, though.

    San Diego's one of the US's most beautiful cities. There's killer climate, tons of beaches, the Gaslamp, the Zoo, Sea World, the Wild Animal Park, La Jolla, Del Mar, Balboa Park, the Salk Institute, Rubio's Fish Tacos, and several In n' Outs. Still reminding you of Fort Wayne?
     
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  6. GokuQ

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    I did the ed collins tennis camp for 2 weeks about 20yrs ago.
    They held it then at USD.
    It was awesome, we stayed in the dorms and you got about 8 hours of instruction a day.
    Great camp, I totally recommend it.
     
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