The Haig Point Tennis Center includes six Har-Tru courts, two of which are lighted for evening play. Various clinics and private lessons are available for both beginners and advanced players. Private instruction is offered by Ron Gwyn, Director of Tennis.
Annual Daufuskie Island Adult Tennis Championship
The Haig Point Tennis Club annually hosts the Daufuskie Island Adult Championship, featuring amateur play for men and women in both singles and doubles. There are divisions for adults age 35 and older. The event is sanctioned by the U.S. Tennis Association.
Outstanding Facility Award
The U.S. Tennis Association recently awarded the Haig Point Club its Outstanding Facility Award, which recognizes excellence in the construction and/or renovation of tennis facilities throughout the country. Over the years, the Haig Point Club has hosted USTA-sanctioned tournaments and pro exhibitions. Both USTA adult and senior leagues are popular there, and the club has hosted several charity events, including “Rally for the Cure,” as well as other benefits for local and national charities.
“We are proud to recognize the Haig Point Club for its continued devotion to the sport of tennis,” said Kurt Kamperman, Chief Executive, Community Tennis, U.S. Tennis Association. “The facility has embraced initiatives that help grow the game, exposing thousands of new players to the sport each year.”
Clinics & Weekly Play
- Adult Advanced Clinics: A fun clinic and round robin designed for 3.0 level players and above to help improve their doubles play.
- Back to Basics: This program is a perfect refresher course for a player who has not played in a while or for someone who has never played before.
- Adult Intermediate Drills: This doubles clinic is designed to focus on improving the skills for 3.0 level players and below.
- Complimentary Round Robins: This fun tournament will pair players of all levels against each other. In this format, you’ll play with different players against different opponents each round. You don’t need a partner to register.
- Men’s Day: Each Friday, the men of Haig Point gather to play doubles. Court assignments are based on ability. Each match will consist of one set with each of the players on your court.
Note: The local Club at Haig Point had two women’s teams compete in the 2012 senior state competitions.