Link: mAcademy Instructors
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Adult Tennis Clinic Beginner-Intermediate Class
with Coaches Steve
Beckendorf and Mark McCampbell
Saturday June 2, 2012.
Thursdays 6:30P-8:00P and Saturdays 10:00A-11:30A.
For more information
please call (805) 483-2600.
The 2012 SCTA Competition Training Center Team for Ventura/Santa Barbara
featuring coaches Mark McCampbell, Tom Worring, Ben Ncube, and Dave
Fees starting August 1, 2014
Couples Membership ......... $272
Senior Membership (55+) .. $135
Individual ............................ $188
Junior .................................. $114
Family .................................. $314
Corporate (10 or more) ...... $1460
Court use change to
$8 per person, per day
GROUP TENNIS LESSONS
The Oxnard Tennis Center is headquarters for the Tennis
mAcademy. The OTC is one of the top development centers for coaching the
area’s best junior, adult and senior tennis players. The Oxnard Tennis
Center has been selected as a National Competition Training Center by the
United States Tennis Association. Director and USTA National Coach Mark
McCampbell heads a friendly and internationally experienced staff. Whether
you are a big hitter or a first time beginner we are excited to help you
learn this great sport of a lifetime.
ADULT BEGINNING EVENING and SATURDAY
Attention Beginners! How does a free tennis racquet sound?
That’s right, not only do you get to learn the basic forehand,
backhand, volley, overhead and serve, as well as great strategy
advice from our top professional staff but you also receive a free
racquet (New players only)! Every Wednesday night from 6:30
pm - 7:30 pm or on Saturdays mornings from 10:00 am - 11:30
am, you can learn all the shots: backhand, forehand, overhead,
serve and volley. Call OTC at 483-2600 for further information.
Wednesdays: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Saturdays: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Fee: $74 (5 classes)
OTC workout is a great way to learn advanced techniques and
strategies from the area’s most popular teaching pros. Classes
Mondays 6:30 pm - 8 pm
Thursday 6:30 pm - 8 pm
Saturdays 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Fee: $14 per class (5+)
$16 per class (drop in)
On Wednesdays OTC will be having a Men’s Doubles Night from
6:00pm-9:00pm. Free for members, $7 for non-members. OTC
Pros will sometimes play too! Come on out for some great
doubles! Contact OTC for further information.
Daily Senior doubles MIXER
Tuesdays 8am-10am, FREE! For OTC members.$7 for nonmembers.
Oxnard Tennis Center’s Junior Tennis Program has helped to
develop some of the area’s top college and high school players.
Our successful “stepping stone” program insures that your child
will improve as he or she participates in these fun classes. Our
kids group lessons are great fun for ages 4 and up. Maximum
student teacher ratio is 7 to 1. Beginning level classes meet
Wednesday & Friday with classes beginning the first Wednesday
of each month.
Fee: $89 per month- twice a week
$54 per month- once a week
$15 per class
Level I Ages 4-15 4 - 5 pm Wed & Fri
Level II Ages 7-17 5 - 6 pm Wed & Fri
Advanced adult Group
PTR certified Professional Mark McCampbell offers a great
workout for 4.0 and above rated players on Wednesday Nights
from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Hit with some of the area’s better male
and female players and learn high level tips. Class fee is $19.00
Private lessons are arranged around your schedule. They are
the speediest way to learn the game of tennis. Fee is $65 per hour / $35 per
half hour. By appointment only.
2008 Winter Camp (click to enlarge)
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OTC's junior team tennis team, 12 and under,
Brandon Heinz, Natalie Davis, Savannah Quezada, Hunter Braid, Shaun Balisado,
Amber Landeros, Rafaela Rosales, Oliver Tate.
Not pictured: Luigi Albea. Coaches: Mark McCampbell, Victor De La Vega
Fred Williams School Assembly -
2009 USTA Competition
Training Center Team - photos
2009 Winter Camp (click to enlarge)
2008 Winter Camp (click to enlarge)
Links: 2007 USTA Competition Training Center
2003 USA Jr. Team Tennis Sectional Champions
USA Tennis High Performance
Competition Training Center 2005