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Old 11-12-2012, 05:46 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by jamauss View Post
Make sure you call first if you consider the Princess Fairmont. I think they might have closed up the tennis there after being bought out by another company. At least that's what I heard from the guy that *was* the pro there. Has Indian School Park been mentioned yet? It's only about a 15-20 minute drive south and it's pretty cheap for court time there.
Tennis is definitely still going on at the Princess Fairmont. I take my son for lessons there

Indian School park is a public tennis center. If you are on vacation, I am going to guess it is not the best place to play unless you already know somebody you are going to hit with. Their drop in program is dead, the few times I have gone. They had a couple 65+ year old 3.0 players show up. Their clinics are something you have to sign up for way ahead of time for the entire session. You could probably hit with a teaching pro though.
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