Tennis Deals in Sacramento
You have a lot of love for the game of tennis, but too much love might not be such a good thing if you're scoring nothing but zeros on the courts. With today's deal from Gorin Tennis Academy, $40 (regularly $80) gets you one private tennis lesson, or $50 (regularly $100) scores you admission to the four-week Future Stars Tennis Program. Acquire more than just adoration for this sport with ace coaches and instructors -- some of whom have been in the field for more than 15 years. The Future Stars Tennis Program is perfect for kids ages 4 to 10 -- they'll learn basic technique, meet some new potential doubles partners, and have fun exercising during these hour-long sessions. This deal is easy to be attached to -- take a swing, and fall in (or hopefully out) of love. Want more? Check out Gorin Tennis Academy on Facebook.
Your kids make quite a racket when they play, so here's an idea from Gorin Tennis Academy in Granite Bay: • $50 (regularly $100) to sign up for the "Future Stars" tennis program • Good for beginners ages 4 to 10 years old • Based on the UTSA's QuickStart program • Four weeks long; good for two classes per week • Classes offered Monday through Friday
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer • Limit 1 per household • Appointments required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • All classes must be redeemed by same customer • New customers only
Sign your kid up to participate in fun drills, benefit from a stroke and grip introduction, learn scoring and etiquette, and, of course basic volleys, overheads, and serves through the Quick Start tennis curriculum that's taught by a USPTA-certified pro: • $49 ($125 value) for an eight-class tennis program for age ten or younger • $59 ($140 value) for two semi-private one-hour tennis lessons • Open for players of any skill level, age 5 to 10 Brad Harris Tennis's Website
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