The Brooktree tennis courts are a great opportunity for old and young alike to display their inner "Borg." Tennis has been traced as far back as the ancient Greeks and was even mentioned by Shakespeare in Henry V. Tennis is a game that all ages can enjoy and it provides exercise, enjoyment and excitement. Please feel free to enjoy a beautiful day on our courts.
Please lock the gate when finished!
Brooktree Tennis Court Rules:
- Use restricted to members and accompanied guests. A member must be present on the court.
No motorcycles, bikes, skates, skateboards, or hard-soled shoes allowed. Smooth sole tennis shoes only for players.
Play limited to one hour when others are waiting.
Spectators are to remain outside fence. No more than four persons per court at one time.
Do not hang on the nets.
No dogs allowed on the courts.
Last person off courts is responsible for lock-up.
Children under 18 must yield to homeowners after 6:00pm on weekdays and after 12:00pm on weekends and holidays. The requirement to relinquish to a homeowner shall occur after the playing parties have completed their set which shall not exceed 15 minutes.
Keys may be checked-out from the Recreation Director. One key per address. Replacement keys will cost $5.00.
Tennis courts shall only be used for playing tennis. Failure to comply with these rules shall result in suspension of privileges.
Enjoy your time on the courts and consider these thoughts:
Life is like a game of tennis; the player who serves well seldom loses.
Love is nothing in tennis, but in life it's everything.
"The primary conception of tennis is to get the ball over the net and at the same time to keep it within bounds of the court; failing this, within the borders of the neighborhood." - Elliot Chaze
"The depressing thing about tennis is that no matter how good I get, I'll never be as good as a wall."- Mitch Hedberg