Nike Tennis Camp at Chamisal Tennis & Fitness Club Corral De Tierra, California
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Chamisal Tennis Pro and Director of Junior Development, Shelly Stillman-Scott, has designed a comprehensive and fun summer camp program for boys and girls ages 6-14 of all ability levels. Campers will participate in both instructional tennis and recreational swimming.... A perfect balance for summer fun while learning the great game of tennis!
The Nike Tennis Camp at Chamisal Tennis & Fitness Club sessions are a great way to improve your game, providing players with a chance to play tennis each day while making new friends and having a lot of fun. Our goal is to give campers the opportunity to hit tons of balls, improve their technique, and be challenged by some of the best players in their peer group.
- Daily on-court instruction from Chamisal Tennis Pro and Director of Junior Development, Shelly Stillman-Scott, and her experienced staff
- We offer a "10 and Under Tennis" program, featuring smaller courts and lighter, lower-bouncing balls
- Tennis instruction and recreational swimming each day
- Every camper will receive a Nike Tennis Camp t-shirt
- Safe and fun learning environment
Chamisal Tennis & Fitness Club has a reputation of being one of the most competitive tennis facilities on the peninsula. Chamisal boasts 13 beautiful hard courts with 8 lighted for playing at night and is host to many nationally acclaimed tournaments and professional challenge events. Chamisal one of the few tennis clubs in the country offering a chance to qualify for a spot at the US Open Tennis Tournament.Meet your coaching staff
Shelly is the Chamisal Tennis Pro and Director of Junior Development. She competed as a nationally ranked junior player ranked as high as #2 in doubles and top 25 in singles. Many colleges recruited Shelly before she decided upon the University of Virginia where she was the first recipient of a women’s full tennis scholarship. Shelly has been teaching tennis since she graduated from college in such picturesque places as Maui, Hawaii, San Diego, Ca. and Kalispell, Montana. Shelly is currently a tennis professional at Chamisal Tennis and Fitness Club on the Monterey Peninsula where she is in charge of the Junior Development Program.
Scott Krueger has been teaching tennis to people of all ages and abilities to love the game of tennis for over 30 years. Scott has been Director of Tennis at Chamisal Tennis & Fitness Club for over 13 years. A USPTA P1 professional for over 20 years, and is certified in sports science. Scott graduated from Southern Illinois University with a degree in biology.Read Full Bio
Scott is the 1980 Oregon state high school champion and was ranked #1 in Northern California in the Men’s 35 and 40 Singles and USPTA Senior player of the year in 2003.
Scott also is the tournament director at Chamisal running the US Open National Playoffs, USTA National Senior Women's Hard Court Championships, Elite 16, Monterey Bay Tennis Championships, two junior tournaments and USTA Adult Sectionals.
Scott is committed to introducing people to the game of tennis, with programs set up at Chamisal for all ages and abilities. Scott has even giving lessons to major movie stars, Tom Cruz and Nicole Kidman.
Scott owes much of his success and dedication to Shari, his understanding and beautiful wife of almost 20 years. Together they are raising two wonderful children Rachel and Kaylee all who love the game of tennis.
2014 Camp Information
(Camp Code: TNXDCH)
Chamisal Tennis Pro and Director of Junior Development, Shelly Stillman-Scott along with co-director Scott Krueger have designed a comprehensive and fun program whereby the campers will participate in both instructional tennis and recreational swimming.... A perfect balance for summer fun while learning the great game of tennis! Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week.
This year we are offering nine weeks of Half Day (12:00pm - 4:00pm) camp for kids ages 6-14 of all skill levels.
2014 Camp Dates and Directors:
June 9-13 (Director: Shelly Scott)
June 16-20 (Director: Shelly Scott)
June 23-27 (Director: Shelly Scott)
* June 30- July 3 (Director: Shelly Scott)
July 7-11 (Director: Scott Krueger)
July 14-18 (Director: Scott Krueger)
July 21-25 ((Director: Scott Krueger)
July 28- Aug 1 (Director: Scott Krueger)
Aug 4-8 (Director: Scott Krueger)
10 and Under Tennis:
In addition to the All Skills program offered each week, we are also offering a “10 and Under Tennis” program, featuring the USTA’s successful new teaching format. This is an exciting new way kids 10 and under are learning to play tennis as well as compete. The courts are smaller and balls are low-compression so they are easier to hit, allowing kids to get to the ball and develop optimal swing patterns. It all makes it easy and fun for them to hit, play and score from the start, while developing skills that will last a lifetime. Please note: This program is optional and younger campers may opt to play regular tennis on the full courts. For more information on “10 and Under Tennis” programs nationwide, Click Here to check out the USTA website.
• 11:30am on Monday at the tennis courts
• Campers should come dressed to play as we will head straight to the courts after check-in.
• Check-out: 4:00pm on the last day of camp
Camper Schedule & Information
• Monday: Check in at 11:30am. Depart at 4:00pm.
• Tuesday-Friday: Campers arrive at 12:00pm. Depart at 4:00pm.
• Meals: Campers should bring a sack lunch to camp each day.
Off Court Activities
Campers will spend equal time learning and practicing tennis as well as recreational swimming in Chamisal's beautiful, heated pool. The pool which has a shallow area for the little ones and two slides and has a lifeguard on duty during camp hours.
Campers will play on 13 hard courts (8 are lighted).
Nike Tennis Camp does not provide any transportation to/from camp from airport, train stations or bus depots.
A detailed camper registration packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the Spring. Our health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 12:00pm Campers Arrive, Eat Lunch
- 12:25pm Instructional Tennis/Recreational Swim
- 2:00pm Transition to Pool/Courts
- 2:15pm Instructional Tennis/Recreational Swim
- 3:50pm Get out of Pool/Prepare to Go Home
- 4:00pm Conclusion of Daily Program