Good Courts on Massachusetts' South Shore

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  1. Roffey

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    Anyone know where there are good courts. Preferably public or for a minimal fee?
     
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  2. tennismike33

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    Whereabouts are you on the SS??? Weymouth always had nice outdoor facilities.
     
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  3. Roffey

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    Near the Hanover / Scituate / Pembroke/ Marshfield / Duxbury / Norwell area.
     
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    In Hanover there was a club that had both hard courts and clay courts, I do not remember the name of the club. Duxbury also had clubs that were nice, like I said it has been a few years since I have been there. I grew up in Weymouth and played JR events in the area.
     
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  5. stevewcosta

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    Roffey,
    You're lucky to live there...except in the Summer driving on Rte. 3! I'm from MA and love Scituate, Duxbury, Cohasset...Very affluent towns so tennis courts should be somewhat plentiful (although maybe private).
     
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  6. Roffey

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    Ugh, those tourists that show up always mess up driving. I do know of several private clubs / courts, but Dusbury only has two quality courts. I haven't looked into Cohasset yet though.
     
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  7. stevewcosta

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    Man, the North sucks. Such affluent towns and no public courts. I live in NC now and there are tournament quality, PUBLIC courts everywhere.
     
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