Five Outdoor Red-Clay Courts
Five outdoor red-clay courts are meticulously maintained throughout the playing season that usually starts around May 1 each year and runs through the beginning of November.
One Annual Fee for Court Time; No Hourly Fees
Unlike most for-profit tennis clubs, there are no court fees for the use of courts by Club members.
Rules for time of play apply and are designed to assure fair access to the courts, but there is never a charge for the use of the courts by members.
Well Equipped Clubhouse with Showers
The Clubhouse at Quincy Tennis Club features men's and women's restrooms with showers, a terrific benefit not found at many private clubs. There is a large viewing porch for gathering to watch matches or relax after tennis, perhaps using the outdoor grill to cook something for an event. The interior of the clubhouse has a kitchen area with refrigerator and a soda machine as well as a seating area with a beautiful trophy case. The Clubhouse has an AED (Defibrillator) and First Aid kit and many club members are certified in CPR/AED training.
Juniors Tennis Program
Since its beginnings, Quincy Tennis Club has fostered the game of tennis by supporting a Juniors Tennis Program.
Each year, the Quincy Tennis Club Social Committee hosts club sponsored events that include an Opening Cookout with New Member round robin, Summer Solstice Cookout, and End-of-Year Party.
The Quincy Tennis Club Tournament Committee runs an Annual Club Tournament that includes prizes for top singles and doubles players each year. In addition, the Club holds a mid-summer Lobster Tournament for those players who have yet to win another tournament. The Club also hosts the Ken Rickson Tournament, a USTA sponsored tournament each year for senior singles and doubles players--named after our most-loved departed member, Ken Rickson.
Guests can play with members up to four times each year for a nominal daily guest fee.
Quincy Tennis Club awards scholarships each year to Quincy High School and North Quincy High School tennis players. In addition, the Club hosts matches between the two city high schools' boys and girls teams, giving the players an opportunity to play on clay courts.
The Club has an active recycling program that includes collection of deposit bottles and cans that are donated to Quincy School athletics for team benefits.