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Northam Park Tennis Open House

April 27 @ 1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Northam Tennis Courts

The 2019 tennis season kicks off with the annual Northam Park Tennis Open House. Enjoy an afternoon of free tennis, refreshments and enter to win a free tennis lesson with a tennis pro of your choice.

This is event is also an opportunity to inquire about Greater Columbus Tennis Association team, early morning round robins, junior programs, open play, mixed doubles parties, instruction, talk with members of the Northam Park Tennis Advisory Committee and meet the staff. Mike Haddow, the Head Tennis Pro, will be available to discuss details about all of the programs and to provide information about Bootcamp and Junior and Adult Tournaments which are new offerings this year.

You can also purchase your membership to the Northam Park Tennis Courts while you’re here and meet tennis pro Mike Haddow.


April 27
1:00 pm-5:00 pm
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Northam Park Tennis Courts
2070 Northam Road
Upper Arlington, OH 43221 United States
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