Tennis Courts & Facility Summary
Public / Private : Private Club - Members Only
No of tennis courts : 22
Court Details : unknown court detail (indoor, outdoor, surface, etc)
Lighting : Yes
Proshop : No
Hours of Operation : unknown
Tennis Programs :
- Tennis Pros & Lessons
- New Player Adult Programs
- New Player Junior Programs
- Team Tennis
- Round Robins
- Drop in Tennis
- USTA League Tennis
- ALTA League Tennis
- Flex League Tennis
"Played indoors. Really nice facility. Only complaint is seating for indoor match."
"Great place to play tennis. They have 4 indoor courts, 6 hard court and 6 clay court. We played inside (35 degrees outside) the only downside with the inside is you can NOT cheer court side -- you are above the courts in the club house/tennis pro shop."
"Indoor courts are like a prison. No one can cheer for you! Poor lighting makes it tough to pick up lobs."
"This is a very bad place to play an away match, they have both indoor and outdoor courts. The outdoor courts are fine, the indoor courts are not. The Manor's indoor courts are not constructed properly. I base this on having played at several other indoor courts in the area, at Lifetime Fitness, Old Towne and others. There are two main problems with the indoor courts at the Manor. 1. The lighting is sub standard. It is just poorly lighted, uneven and flickers. 2. The surface is not standard and nearly unplayable and has excessive bounce. Every serve return will be over your shoulder and shots bounce abnormally high on this surface. The end result is the indoor courts give their teams at least a 2 games per set advantage."
"Nice air conditioned courts as well as outdoors courts."
"The indoor courts are horrible. It was hard to see the ball in certain angles and the divider net between the courts are too close to the courts, which the home team took advantage of, playing wide onto the divider net. I kind of wonder if ALTA officials truly have played and certified the courts... The lighting indoors are poor."