During the Winter season, Chestnut Ridge offers programs for all levels in both singles and doubles.
For the Spring/Summer season, the Chestnut Ridge Men's Weekend Doubles moves to the outdoor courts (Outdoor Starter). In addition, there are USTA teams which compete at the following levels: 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 and 5.0 Men's; 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5 Senior Men's; as well as both 7.0 and 8.0 Super Senior Men's.
From September through May, Chestnut Ridge offers three doubles leagues for women players:
There is also a high-level women's singles program:
And a women's program for seniors:
During May and June, the Women's Spring Instructional League is open to players at the 3.5 and 3.0 levels. From May through July, CRRC has A, B and C Teams that participate in the MITL (Metropolitan Interclub Tennis League) and HVL (Hudson Valley League) leagues. CRRC also has USTA Women's teams at the 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5 levels.
Playing on a competitive team is an ideal way to meet players in your skill range and to keep you active, challenged and motivated year round. Chestnut Ridge hosts many competitive teams for the major local leagues, including the Hudson Valley League (HVL), the Metropolitan Interclub Tennis League (MITL), and USTA teams at all levels and age groups.View Program Details
During both the indoor and outdoor seasons, Chestnut Ridge offers private, semi-private, and drill group lessons for adults. These types of lessons are set up by arrangement with members of the professional staff.View Program Details
Chestnut Ridge Racquet Club features one of the best Men's Single's League programs in Westchester County. The program consists of 90 minutes of play per week with other players of the same skill level, on our award-winning har-tru courts, supervised by our elite pro staff.View Program Details
In our Women's Doubles Clinics technical skills and tactics are integrated so that players learn both when to hit a certain shot and how to hit it. Court positioning is a crucial element in playing better doubles. Positioning will be taught as well as modifications to the basic positions so that a player may get the most out of her game.View Program Details
The Women's Singles Development Program provides the missing link between lessons and matches. This is playing practice sets. Players are provided with a wide range of opponents, all at the 4.0-5.0 level. Participants are also guided and encouraged to add new dimensions to their games.View Program Details