Tennis

The City of Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center is a premier community public tennis facility, winning a 2014 United States Tennis Association (USTA) National Outstanding Facility Award. The center has 18 hydro-grid clay courts.

Year-round programming is offered for all ages and abilities. Programs are taught by certified teaching professionals. The Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center was voted "The Best Place for Tennis Lessons" in the 2009 Best Places in the Palm Beaches publication of Jupiter Magazine.
Aerial view of the Tennis Center
The center is host to many USTA leagues and tournaments, as well as the Palm Beach County Women’s Tennis Association league. Palm Beach Gardens fields 10 women's teams ranging from Open Division, Division 1 to Division 7, plus two A-1 Palm League teams. The center also hosts seven Men's daytime travel teams.

NEW TENNIS CENTER CLUBHOUSE


We will soon begin the process of designing and building a new Tennis Center Clubhouse. Please click on the links below to find out more information and to take a short survey to let us know what you would like to see included in the new clubhouse.

Court Reservations


The general public may reserve courts up to two (2) days in advance. Annual passport holders may reserve courts up to seven (7) days in advance.

Registration Information


You may register for classes, programs and tournaments online or in person at any recreation service desk. Reservations for private lessons should be made in person at the Tennis Center or by phone. Call 561-775-8277.

TENNIS FOR PLAYERS with SPECIAL NEEDS – Volunteers Needed!


This fall, the Center’s programs for citizens with special needs will expand, conducted by Tennis Center professional Lisa Pugliese, Pugliese enjoyed a distinguished career as a highly-ranked junior and collegiate player (she played for the University of Florida’s 1996 NCAA champions). Her professional career cut short by injuries, Lisa found her next great love in teaching, particularly young people with disabilities. Eventually she entered the field of instructing those on the autism spectrum, and founded Love Serving Autism as a non-profit in service to this community.
Love Serving Autism

“Love Serving Autism,”

 a new youth program, starts Saturday morning, October 7. Interaction between volunteers and students is very important in this program, and Tennis Pro Lisa Pugliese seeks well-motivated individuals who can commit to it. Please let her know if you might be able to do so. Lisa@loveservingautism.org
Age Day  Date  Time  Daily Fee 
10-Under  Sat  Oct 7, 21, Nov 4, 11, Dec 9  10-11am  $10 
Youth 11 +  Sat  Oct 7, 21, Nov 4, 11, Dec 9  11am- Noon  $10 

Love Serving Autism for Adults

 
A series of 6 classes. Online registration is available at www.pbgrec.com/login or register at the Tennis Center. 
  • No class October 12 and 26
Code  Day  Date  Time  Session Fee 
332102-1E  Thu  Sep 21-Nov 9 6-7pm  $90 

Jamie’s Angels


Jamie's Angels will resume monthly starting on Saturday, October 28th. In memory of Jamie Alexa Frank, this program continues to be sponsored by her family and is free of charge.
  • NOTE: Volunteer training for this program will take place on Saturday, October 21, 8:30-10am. Lisa Pugliese and Howard Chodak will instruct. 
Code  Day  Date  Time  Daily Fee 
None  Sat  Oct 28, Nov 18, Dec 16  1-2pm  FREE 
Culligan - better water. pure and simple.
Thank you to Culligan of West Palm Beach for supporting the programs at the Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center.
Tennis Center Volunteer Program
The Tennis Center’s volunteer program continues to grow, with volunteers making significant contributions as tournament court monitors and maintainers, youth teaching assistants, office workers, horticulturalists and photographers. We’re not limited to that and are open to suggestions. Want to contribute? Please contact Bill at wmcdermott@pbgfl.com.

Tennis Center Resources

Hitting Frenzy Group

New Year's Tennis Hitting Frenzy group

"The Racqueteers" Men's Tennis Group

Men's Tennis