Keegan McCashen

Keegan McCashen competes in a Division II district tennis tournament on May 16, 2019 in Bowling Green.

Take advantage of Bryan’s seven tennis courts around town and learn how to play a sport that will provide fun and exercise for a lifetime.

Trista Savage, Trine University Tennis Team member, and Keegan McCashen, BCS tennis player, will be teaching “Beginners” and “Intermediate” tennis. Bring your own tennis racquet and balls, plenty of water and dress comfortably with proper tennis shoes and learn a great life-long recreational sport that not only promotes physical fitness but also serves as a fun-filled activity that the whole family can enjoy.

All classes are held at the Recreation Park tennis courts, which are near the Imagination Station. Cost is $50 per student, per class. Class sizes are very limited so call the Parks and Recreation (419-633-6030) to register.

BEGINNERS (Ages 8 — Adult welcome) — June 15 — 19, 8:00-9:00AM

For the beginner, the fundamentals of tennis will be taught so that by the end of the week each student will grasp basic skills such as proper grip, stance, forehand, backhand, volleys, serves, and singles/doubles rules. All instruction is taught in a fun and enjoyable learning environment.

INTERMEDIATE LESSONS — June 15 — 19, 9:30-10:30AM

This is for the player with a little experience. The intermediate players will begin refining their basic strokes while learning higher level strokes, skills, and strategy. All instruction is taught in a fun and enjoyable learning environment.

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