ODCC Tennis

The Tennis Courts will be available for play beginning Friday May 22nd. We are excited to open another amenity for our members, please follow the guidelines below to ensure the safety of members and staff. All court times need to be booked via ForeTees and members must check in with Bill at the courts or in the Golf Shop. Water and ice will be available outside the Golf Shop. The Tennis shop and deck area will remain closed.
 
  • Wash your hands with a disinfectant soap and water (for 20 seconds or longer), or use a hand sanitizer if soap and water are not readily available, before going to the court. 
  • Clean and wipe down your equipment, including racquets and water bottles. Do not share racquets or any other equipment such as wristbands, grips, hats and towels.
  • Bring a full water bottle to avoid touching a tap or water fountain handle.
  • Use new balls and a new grip, if possible.
  • Arrive as close as possible to when you need to be there.
  • Avoid touching court gates, fences, benches, etc. if you can.
  • Try to stay at least six feet apart from other players. Do not make physical contact with them (such as shaking hands or a high five).
  • You should consider not playing doubles, which could lead to incidental contact and unwanted proximity. If you do play doubles, avoid all incidental contact,
  • Use your racquet/foot to pick up balls and hit them to your opponent. Avoid using your hands to pick up the balls.
  • Stay on your side of court. Avoid changing ends of the court.
  • If a ball from another court comes to you, send it back with a kick or with your racquet.
  • No congregation after playing. 
 
USE FOUR BALLS OR SIX BALLS
 
Although unlikely, it’s possible that a tennis ball can transmit the COVID-19 virus, as virtually any hard surface can transmit the disease. So here is an extra precaution you can take to keep safe when playing tennis:
 
  • Open two cans of tennis balls that do not share the same number on the ball. 
  • Take one set of numbered balls, and have your playing partner take a set of balls from the other can.
Proceed with play, making sure to pick up your set of numbered balls only. Should a ball with the other number wind up on your side of the court, do not touch the ball with your hands. Use your racquet head or feet to advance the ball to the other side of the court.
When you’re looking for the best in tennis in York County, the Out Door Country Club stands alone in providing a state-of-the-art tennis facility and tennis program! Whether you're just learning or a seasoned tennis player, we offer a variety of youth and adult tennis clinics and camps for players of all skill levels.
 

ODCC Tennis Facilities

  • Four Har-Tru tennis courts
  • Lights for night play
  • Courtside deck with refreshments
  • Private restroom facilities
  • Tennis Pro Shop

Elite Tennis Programs

  • Lessons and clinics throughout the season for juniors and adults
  • Matches, mixed doubles and round robins
  • Ladies’ & Men’s InterClub League
  • Camps for the kids during the summer months
  • USTA tennis matches

Tennis Guest Fees

  • $15 guest fee for Round Robins, must be accompanied by an ODCC current member
  • No guest fees for Clinics or Lessons - Only $10 Pro fee
  • $10 guest fee or $60 for 10 guest passes
For more information on our tennis programs, contact our Head Tennis Professional, Bill Ide at (717) 887-0639.