Spring Camp #1: January 23 – March 8, 2017 – CLOSED
Spring Camp #2: March 20 – May 10, 2017 – CLOSED
Summer Camp #1: June 12-16, 2017 – CLOSED
Summer Camp #2: June 19-23, 2017 – CLOSED
Summer Section Warm Up: June 6-8, 2017 – CLOSED
Cardio Tennis: June 10 – August 26 – REGISTER HERE NOW
Junior Development – Summer: June 26-August 18, 2017 – CLOSED
Junior Development – Fall: September 5 – December 14, 2017 – Register Here Now
As of June 26, 2017 we will revamp our camp structure. We will offer two types of camps:
1. Specialty Camps
2. Junior Development Camp
Junior Development Camp:
Our Junior Development program is offered year round in four different sessions; summer, fall, winter and spring. There are 5 different types of camps that will each offer different sessions once or multiple times per week. Generally, we will follow the USTA guidelines regarding age, racquet size, court size and ball type. For more information, please click here.
We urge you to register your child in the below mentioned and age appropriate group. If you feel your child does not belong in the group, please contact us before registering.
|Mini Utes||Red Dot||3-8yrs||1 hour|
|Future Utes||Orange Dot||7-10yrs||1 hour|
|Champion Utes||Green Dot||9-11yrs||1 or 2 hours|
|College Utes||Yellow||11-18yrs||2 hours|
|Grand Slam Utes||Yellow||11-18yrs||2 hours|
If your child has never played tennis before, or cannot rally on a consistent basis, regardless of age, we highly recommend the Mini-Ute program!
Our Mini Utes are our youngest and brightest starts. We teach basic racquet, and coordination skills in a fun environment. By USTA guidelines, these kids will play with a red dot ball on a smaller court and a lower net. By the end of the Mini-Utes program, kids should be able to rally.
Our Future Utes program is intended for those kids ages 7-9 who have basic rally skills. We still focus on fundamental stroke production and coordination, but we will also introduce point play. By USTA guidelines kids will play on a USTA Quickstart sized court with orange dot balls.
In the age group of 9-12, our Champion Utes, should transition to intermediate stroke production, as well as more complex rally and strategies. By USTA guidelines kids will play on a normal sized court with green dot balls.
Our College Utes program is intended for beginner and intermediate yellow ball players. Our focus will be on basic to intermediate technique and strategy, in a mix of fed ball and live ball drills and games.
Grand Slam Utes:
Our Grand Slam Utes program is intended for the high performance players that play competitive tennis tournaments on a regular basis. We will focus on advanced techniques, strategy and point play, mostly in live ball drills and games. Grand Slam Utes must be able to rally to register!
For any questions on which camp to register your future tennis star, please feel free to contact us.
IMPORTANT: Our summer session will be an abbreviated session and we will reserve the right to combine sessions to accommodate all participants.
FALL 2017 SCHEDULE:
Mondays – Thursdays, September 5 – December 14, 2017
FALL 2017 PRICING:
Future, College & Champion Utes:
1 or 2 days p/wk: $20 p/hr
3 or 4 days p/wk: $17.50 p/hr
Grand Slam Utes:
1 or 2 days p/wk: $25 p/hr
3 or 4 days p/wk: $20 p/hr
Our Specialty Camps are short, multi day camps that run at specific times throughout the year and include; Sectional Warm Ups, Cardio Tennis, Winter Recess Camp and our Summer Camps. They usually will run 1 to 5 days and are offered intermittently throughout the year.
Saturdays from 7.30-9.00am
June 10 – August 26, 2017
$25 per session
IMPORTANT! It is NO LONGER possible to register via email, phone or simply by showing up on the first day of camp. Your spot will not be held until a completed application and payment has been received through our website.
As per NCAA rules all Utes camps are open to any and all entrants.
University of Utah
George S. Eccles Tennis Center
550 South Guardsman Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
What to bring?
1. A Great Attitude
2. Tennis Racquet
3. Tennis Shoes
4. Athletic Appropriate Attire
5. Water Bottle