Tennis at Hatherly is a Hit
When it comes to tennis, we maintain the fun, tight-knit feel of our community while encouraging young (and even not-so-young!) members to try something new, learn a different skill, improve their tennis game, and enjoy time on the courts.
Hatherly Country Club boasts some of the South Shore's best clay courts and is home to members who are serious about the game. An ever growing junior program, successful teaching clinics, annual tournaments, and a staff of professionals with impressive tennis resumés all contribute to making tennis at Hatherly one of our most popular offerings.
With a full slate of events and tournaments throughout the year, tennis at Hatherly Country Club is a lot more than just clinics and casual matches.
Annual Tennis Events:
- M.U.D.D. (Mixed Ultimate Draw Doubles)
- Women's Member-Guest
- Casey Cup - Men's Member-Guest
- McCarthy Cup - Parent/Child
- Club Championship
- Junior Club Championship
When you learn from the best, without a doubt your game becomes better.
Keith has been teaching tennis for over 25 years - coaching at collegiate, high school and club levels. At Emerson College Keith coached the men's team, winning the conference championships for three consecutive years. He was also vice-captain and coached the Trinidad and Tobago Davis Cup team to a 6-1 record. Keith comes to Hatherly from the Oakley Country Club in Watertown where he ran the adult and junior tennis programs for 10 years.
Jordan has been coaching tennis for the past 5 years both at Cohasset Tennis Club and more recently at Hatherly Country Club. He attended Hingham High where he was captain of the tennis team and played first singles. He now plays for the club team at the University of Denver.
Evan has a passion for playing and coaching tennis. For for the last two years has coached junior and adult level tennis at the Weymouth Club. Recently, he has played 1st singles at Scituate High School (Junior and Senior years), and is a 3 time Patriot League All-Star, and 2 time Patriot League MVP. Evan earned an honorable mention as a 2021 Boston Globe Boys Tennis All Scholastic. Evan will be playing tennis this Fall at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania.