at the Racquet Club
Enjoy Missoula's best tennis programs
Our world-class tennis program features clinics, leagues, lessons, tournaments, and more! With 5 indoor courts and 2 outdoor courts, we invite both members and non-members to enjoy the facility year-round. Whether you are just starting out or trying to improve your play, our tennis pros have a program for you.
Adult Tennis Programs
PEAK Racquet Club is the best tennis center in Missoula. We offer adult tennis lessons if you want to improve or perfect your game with the best trainers and instructors in the industry.
Tennis helps increase aerobic capacities, lowers resting heart rate and blood pressure, and improves metabolic function. Plus, playing tennis regularly can improve increase bone density, lower body fat, and increase reaction time.
For info or questions, contact Scott Potter, Tennis Director, at (406) 251-3356 ext 11.
Adult leagues will resume fall of 2023.
$26 per clinic for Tennis Members, $36 per clinic for Club Members or Guests
Clinics focus on specific game-like scenarios.
OPEN 4.0 GAME DRILLING
Tuesday from 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Friday from 8:30 – 10:00 AM
Tuesday: 5:30 – 7:00 PM ($19 per Member/Guest)
Designed to introduce or reacquaint players to fundamentals of tennis. Clinic includes: grips, preparation, swing paths, contact points, movement patterns, dead & live ball drills and games.
Wednesday: 5:30 – 7:00 PM ($16 for Tennis Members, $26 for Club Members or Guests)
Men & Women, Levels: 3.0/3.5+
Play with 2 different partners each week in our co-ed Club Play Night. Players will be paired according to ability and rotated after 45 minutes. Weekly sign-up, 12 spots max. Food & beverage provided.
Monday: 6:30 – 8:00 AM
Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
($21 per clinic for Tennis Members, $31 per clinic for Club Members or Guests)
Max 7 people per class
1-1/2 hours of high energy game- focused drill sessions. Players will be paired with different partners during the clinic and you’ll play games.
($60 for Tennis Members, $120 for Club Members or Guests)
Max 36 people per time slot
January 15-March 12 on Saturdays from 11 am-2 pm
January 15-March 12 on Sundays from 11 am-2 pm
April 3-May 22 on Sundays from 11 am-2 pm.
Tri-Level team, 6 players per team. One doubles team in each of the following levels: 3.0, 3.5, 4.0+ Levels play each other: 3.0 vs 3.0, 3.5 vs 3.5, 4.0 vs 4.0
Junior Tennis Programs
We have a broad selection of programs that help both beginners and advanced players. Check out our programs below!
Our goal is for every junior player to learn, grow and enjoy the game of tennis and give every player the best experience and attention possible. Junior programs start at age 4.
2023 Fall Junior Tennis Sessions
Sign-up opens 2 weeks prior to the session. Contact Ethan Vaughn, Director of Junior Tennis at (406) 251-3356 ext 12 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Session 1: September 5th – October 5th
Session 2: October 9th – November 9th
Session 3: November 13th – December 21st (No class November 20th-23rd)
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 – 10:00 AM ($90 per week)
A fast and fun way to get kids introduced to tennis and keep them playing! They will learn the basics, work on agility, and start to attempt some rallies.
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 – 10:00 AM ($90 per week)
Juniors in this class may have had prior lessons but are not quite ready for match play. Players will be divided into appropriate groups based on ability, age and professional opinion. Lessons will include stroke mechanics, game drilling and physical tasks.
Monday-Thursday: 1:00 – 4:00 PM ($190 per week)
Participants should know how to play and keep score. Lessons include stroke mechanics, game drilling, doubles and singles strategy and conditioning. Players will be divided into appropriate groups based on professional opinion, player dedication, attitude, effort, technical abilities, and age.
These lessons are rally ball based.
Programs are staffed according to the number of participants. Junior programs will not be prorated and be charged at the beginning of the session. Players who choose to participate in a partial week will be put on the waiting list in order to allow players to commit to the full week. Openings will then be filled and players notified the Friday before the session starts.
Credit toward the next session will be applied if you miss practice for only the following reasons:
- Injury, illness or emergency. Notify Ethan Vaughn via email or voicemail ASAP.
- School/family trips & events. Notify Ethan Vaughn of the date(s) the student will miss, a minimum of five days prior to class.
Payment is due at sign up for anyone who does not have a card on file with the club, or chooses to use another form of payment. A player’s name cannot be put on the list until payment is received.
Tennis members, club members, and guests are encouraged to have a card on file with the club, which will be charged at the beginning of each session.
Payments may be made over the phone.