The Drumlins Tennis Club offers lessons for all age groups and skill levels. Adults have a handful of lesson options to choose from, and the Tennis Club offers a private lesson discount of 10% when you pre-pay for five private one-hour lessons. You do not need to be a member to take private lessons at Drumlins Tennis Club.

Pre-Paid Private Lesson Packages

For Juniors & Adults
Receive 10% off five and 10-lesson Ppacks

Allison HaynesHead Tennis Professional, USPTR Certified$75 per hour
Tim LockwoodUSPTA Certified$70 per hour
Josh MulliganTennis Instructor$65 per hour

Package rate for $75 hourly lessons:
Five One-Hour Lesson Package = $337.50 – $67.50 per hour vs. $75
Five Half-Hour Lesson Package = $168.75 – $33.75 per hour vs. $37.50

Package rate for $70 hourly lessons:
Five One-Hour Lesson Package = $315 – $63 per hour vs. $70
Five Half-Hour Lesson Package = $157.50 – $31.50 per ½ hour vs. $35

Package rate for $65 hourly lessons:
Five One-Hour Lesson Package = $292.50 – $58.50 per hour vs. $65
Five Half-Hour Lesson Package = $146.25- $29.25 per hour vs. $32.50

Package rate for $55 hourly lessons:
Five One-Hour Lesson Package = $247.50 – $49.50 per hour vs. $55
Five Half-Hour Lesson Package = $123.75 – $24.75 per hour vs. $27.50

Hitting Lessons

Hitting lessons differ from private lessons in that the instructor and the student rally and/or play points with just three balls. A can of new balls is provided for each hitting lesson. Work on consistency, depth of shot, match play, or any other skill you are trying to improve. Teaching professionals will offer minimal tips and help with strategies to help your game get to the next level. Please specify “hitting lesson” when inquiring.

​Hitting lessons can be scheduled for one hour, 1.5 hours, or 2 hours based on court availability.

Allison Haynes, Tim Lockwood$65 per hour
Josh Mulligan$50 per hour

Private Playing Clinic

Multiple players sharing a lesson with any professional is figured at the hourly rate with an additional $2 added in per additional person. It is then divided evenly between the number of players. This would apply to semi-private, 3-person, and 4-person private playing lessons.