Who We Are
Dundas Tennis Club is a community-based, volunteer-operated club with the responsibility of running and maintaining the tennis facilities in Dundas Driving Park.
The Club’s Objectives are as follows
Provide tennis programs as required by the membership.
Encourage entry into the sport and its continuation as a life-long activity.
Ensure a sound financial operation.
Plan for continuity in operation and facilities.
Advise the City of the condition of the club facilities.
Feel a bit rusty? Come on by and we’ll help you get back in the game!
Hours of Operation
Every Day: 7am - 11pm
Same as the Dundas Driving Park "lights out" Hours.
Mon-Fri: *7am - 5pm
*if no Seniors waiting
Every Day *5pm - 8pm
*as long as there's an adult present on the same court
Court Rules and Etiquette
Non-making tennis shoes must be worn on the courts.
Proper sports attire to be worn.
ON THE COURT:
Please wait for a break in play before interrupting others for whatever reason.
Avoid walking behind another court while play is in progress.
Be mindful of stray balls rolling onto your court and return them to their source at the first break in your own play.
Keep talking and other distractions to a minimum.
If you have any specific requests or questions, be sure to reach out, and let us see how we can help.
Courts may only be booked by club members through the on-line booking system.
Members taking lessons or playing in special events/programs may not book those courts until that particular activity has finished.
If the court you are playing on is not claimed, and there are no others waiting for a court to open up, you may continue on it until the court becomes booked or until the owner of the court (the person who booked the court) arrives to claim their court.
Members who are booking while using the Club’s computer at the clubhouse are asked to reserve the court where the players have been on the longest.
League matches and organized Club events have priority.
One or more court(s) is reserved for the Club Pro for lessons and clinics; it may be used by members when it is not being used by the Pro.