How a junior tournament and the USTA’s handicapping helped to answer parenting questions.
Election Day Thoughts: Taxes on Country Clubs in the Trump Era
Trump’s tax legislation made golf more expensive in 2018. What’s next for clubs and golf courses?
Off Peak Hours: How To Make Them More Inviting and Attractive
How membership, programming and incentives can make off-peak play more inviting.
Fitness Classes & Tennis Clinics: Do They Help or Hurt Personal Training or Private Lessons?
Garnering your team professionals more private hours through group instruction.
Open, Honest and Timely Communication For New Hires
How best to hire new head tennis professional for years to come
Board of Ed: The Board Itself Might Be In Need of Education
The politics surrounding governing boards at clubs and homeowner associations are infamous. The tasks facing governing bodies at Clubs or Home Owner Associations are far
The Top 5 Reasons Directors Of Tennis Are Terminated
It happens every year. The summer comes to an end, and so does the job of the Director of Tennis. Data seems to suggest that
Retaining Your 1099 Independent Contractors
I’m always asked how I retain such good professionals over several years, especially when they are independent contractors. It’s not easy – keeping 1099 workers
Should I Have an “End of Season” Tennis Shop Sale?
by Ed Shanaphy For those of us in tennis or fitness who “own” our merchandise shop and do all the buying and selling within our
Wellness & Tennis: Partnership Within The Lines
A Three Part Series From Beyond The Baselines – Part One By Christine Murphy I admit, I’m a tennis ‘Boomer’, introduced by my Dad to