We are experiencing some technical difficulties with the reservation system. We are working to get it working again. Thank you for your patience!
Results from the main draw can be viewed here. Results from the consolation draw can be viewed here. More than 50 players, from all over the Kootenay region, and as far away as the Okanagan, the Lower Mainland and even
Your opportunity for glory or at least to get some match practice in. This is a fun and relaxed tourney, and it’s FREE! But you must sign up no later than midnight Sept 6. On receiving some feedback, we’re adjusting
Sunday July 10, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Grab your best whites—or as a nod to Canada Day weekend, your best red and whites—and come for some fun hitting and socializing this Sunday at Breakfast at Wimby. “1000 ball skills
Please contact Ron Stinson at email@example.com for any questions You can register by going to this page
We changed the booking system so you can now also book in half hour segments.
A stunning artwork memorial in tribute to dear Robbie, created by local custom metal-worker Duncan Simpson, was unveiled at the Nelson Tennis Club on August 20. Rob was a skilled metal worker himself, so the artwork incorporates one of his
Draw has been revised in hopes for Sunday – It is doubles only now (no mixed). Pay for your the tournament entry to the West Kootenay Open here. Here are the details for the event: West Kootenay Rob Wright
That’s right, Kevin McKechnie is the Playmate Poster Boy. Thanks Kevin for making the mower happen!
Nelson Tennis Club is all about encouraging youth to be active and participate in sports—particularly tennis of course. Now the Club has been given a boost from a generous donation of more than $500 from Michelle and Ed Mannings of CIBC