It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you learn the game.
At the Y, youth develop their skills and learn, firsthand, the benefits of being healthy and active.
Private Tennis Lessons
1 HOUR PRIVATE AND SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS ARE AVAILABLE AND TAUGHT BY OUR CERTIFIED USPTA INSTRUCTORS. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO SCHEDULE LESSONS, PLEASE CONTACT OUR TENNIS COORDINATOR, RICH CARSON
PRIVATE (ONE-ON-ONE) LESSON RATES:
$340/4-pack of lessons
$680/8-pack of lessons
- Group of 2, Per Person Rate: $50/hour ($180/4-pack, $360/8-pack)
- Group of 3, Per Person Rate: $40/hour ($140/4-pack, $280/8-pack)
- Group of 4, Per Person Rate: $35/hour ($120/4-pack, $240/8-pack)
PRESIDIO YMCA PRIVATE TENNIS LESSON POLICIES:
Must be an active YMCA Facility Member to schedule private lessons.
All tennis lesson requests and scheduling must be made by contacting the Presidio YMCA Tennis Coordinator, Rich Carson (RCarson@ymcasf.org)
Non-YMCA coaches and guest instructors are not allowed to coach any clients on Presidio YMCA tennis courts
All private lesson packages have an expiration of 3 months from the purchase date.
Private lessons require a 24 hour cancelation notice or you will be charged for the lesson.
Find out more about our tennis courts and individual reservation options on our Adult Tennis webpage.
Youth Tennis Group Clinics
Group Clinics can be arranged as a private group or as a drop-in group. They for members who want the opportunity to tailor an ongoing (minimum of 3, consecutive weeks), private group lesson of 4-6 participants with a specific coach. Coordinate directly with our Tennis Coordinator and your pro to make sure you are covering the tennis topics you want.
For information about scheduling availability, please contact Rich at RCarson@ymcasf.org.
After School Youth Tennis
The Presidio Y After School Youth Tennis programs are offered twice during Spring 2021 for youth ages 8-11.
YMCA staff of certified Tennis Professionals will help to develop coordination, strokes, fundamentals, rally skills & plenty of games!
Tuesdays 5:00-6:30pm at Fort Scott
- Session 1: April 27-May11 - Full
- Session 2: May 18-June 1 - Full
Additional info: Youth must register for the full, 3-week session. Classes are a 1 to 7 ratio.
Location: Fort Scott Tennis Courts - 1331 Wool Court
Saturday Mornings at Letterman Gym | For ages 4-10 years old
Join us for our popular Junior Hoopers clinics at Letterman Gym! Youth will learn introductory basketball skills including dribbling, ball handling, passing, shooting, and playing with teammates. In addition to skill-building, players will build confidence and athletic social skills, while developing a healthy lifestyle! Participants will be sorted by age groups and coached by YMCA Youth Basketball Staff.
Junior Hoopers is suspended until further notice, aligning with the recommendations of the SF Department of Public Health, SFUSD, and the YMCA of SF regarding COVID-19 and indoor youth sports for elementary-aged youth. For questions, please email email@example.com.
Please check back for updated information about future sessions!
Youth Basketball League
Presidio YMCA Youth Basketball Leagues are for youth in Kindergarten to 5th grade. We hold two seasons throughout the year; a 6-week Fall season (September-October) and a 10-week Winter season (January-March). See below for current or upcoming season information, including league rules, volunteer coach information, and frequently asked questions.
Youth Basketball League is suspended until further notice, aligning with the recommendations of the SF Department of Public Health, SFUSD, and the YMCA of SF regarding COVID-19, indoor youth sports for elementary-aged youth.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Richard Carson III
Rich is a USPTA Certified Teaching Professional and loves helping students enjoy the sport of tennis while they are learning new skills!
Hannah is dedicated to building strong youth and families through activities that keep both their bodies and their minds active. She believes that engaging youth in programs that help them explore new interests and build skills will inspire self-confidence and grow resilient communities.