Tennis

Lakewood's new Air Structure, which covers four of the Club's outdoor courts, encompasses the latest in lighting and air movement technology.  In addition, the four courts inside the Air Structure Har-Tru clay courts were completely resurfaced, making for one of the best new surfaces around.  The remaining two courts will also be resurfaced. The Air Structure will remain in place throughout the remainder of the winter and into the spring, until the weather is best suited for full-time outdoor play.

To view a brief video of an aerial view of the inside of the Air Structure, please click HERE to go to YouTube.

The Lakewood tennis facility consists of 6 outdoor Har-Tru courts, 4 plexicushion indoor courts and an outdoor hitting wall. The Indoor Tennis Facility recently underwent a renovation for replacing its indoor lighting system with CleanTech Solutions Lighting, using 80 fluorescent lighting fixtures that doubles the foot candles available for the four indoor courts.

Lakewood Members also benefit from a variety of instructional programs for adults and juniors of all ages and ability levels. The Tennis staff coordinates a number of special events including social and competitive tournaments, mixers, as well as men’s and women’s member-guest. Lakewood members also participate in Men’s and Women’s Interclub League competition.
  • Lakewood's Tennis Pro-Shop is a full-service facility, providing personal attention to our members and their guests.
  • A racquet customization and service center is available to provide our members with the right equipment for their needs.
  • A Playmate computerized ball machine is available for member use.

Environmental Impact Honor

For making a positive impact on the environment by switching to high-efficiency lighting and reducing the carbon footprint by 30%, Lakewood Country Club's Tennis Facility received the Environmental Impact Award! The commitment Lakewood made to the environment has resulted in the elimination of 38.2 tons of CO2 emissions yearly. This is equivalent to planting 8.7 acres of trees or saving 4,671 gallons of gasoline annually.