by Ed Shanaphy Time and time again I have been asked: “Ed, how do you get your courts so good.” My usual answer to a member is simple: “Hard work.” I started maintaining clay courts in 1985 at the tender age of 14. I rode my 10-speed, with those ram-horned handles, to the local country … More Just Great Courts
Advising club boards, committees and management teams in creating benchmarks for programming and practices.
One of the biggest questions asked of a Director of Tennis or Fitness during the interview process is one of Staff Development. “How do you develop your staff?” Or, “Have any of your staff members gone on to be a Director anywhere?” These are all great questions and there is no definitive right or wrong … More Is Your Front Desk Manager Your Next Director of Tennis & Fitness?
Tennis has changed. From the lawns of Wimbledon in the early 1900s and prior to the “Open” Era, through to the advent of the “Open” to the present day, tennis, as with many other sports, has been brought into the 21st Century with professionals representing the sport at the highest levels. It wasn’t always like … More A Community Cup – Enriching The Community and Marketing To New Members