Hilton Head
Game, Set, Match: Intermediate Tennis at Hilton Head
Improve your tennis game at one of the world’s great tennis resorts through expert instruction on footwork, positioning, ground strokes and round-robin tournaments.
Program No. 15381RJ
6 days
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Getting There
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At a Glance

Experience the peaceful charm of Hilton Head Island while enjoying the sport of tennis at a world-class facility. Learn new techniques and refine your game with an instructional staff ranked among the country’s best instructors. Improve your serve, forehand, backhand, positioning and overall play.Practice your skills with fun round-robin doubles tennis tournaments!
Activity Level
Moderately Challenging
Active program including tennis instruction, drills and exercises in the mornings and group or round-robin play in the afternoons.
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Have helpful, energetic, professional instructors help you improve your tennis game during small-group sessions.
  • Enjoy afternoons of playing at the renowned Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center, ranked among "The 50 Greatest U.S. Tennis Resorts" by Tennis Magazine.
  • Learn about Hilton Head Island's remarkable history and about the giant loggerhead sea turtles that nest there.

General Notes

For traveling companions not interested in tennis, there is an opportunity to share lodgings while attending an intermediate golf program at Hilton Head during the same week. Please see program 15380RJ. Due to the nature of this program, listening devices are not available.
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Rob Ellison
Rob Ellison grew up in Hilton Head, and graduated from Mercer University where he played tennis. After a career in Denver, Colo., as a stockbroker, he returned to Hilton Head to teach tennis clinics at the Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center. PTR certified, Rob has coached numerous tennis teams, including the 2004 state champion women's USTA and several champion Hilton Head High School teams. Rob won the regional Banana Open 4.5 singles division in 2010, and played on state championship adult United States Tennis Association (USTA) league teams in 2011.
Rob Ellison