Lake Tahoe Adult Nike Tennis Camp, Granlibakken Resort
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One of the country's best tennis camps for adults, this Northern California adult tennis camp in Lake Tahoe offers weekend tennis clinics for ages 18+. Come enjoy an unforgettable tennis vacation at the Granlibakken Resort!
The Nike adult tennis camp in Tahoe delivers the perfect tennis getaway for adults to improve their tennis game, make new friends and have a lot of fun.
- ~10 hours of tennis instruction in a beautiful mountain setting
- 4:1 camper to instructor ratio
- All campers receive Nike Tennis Camps T-shirt
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Camp Director Tony Greco
Tony Greco, long time director at the Lake Tahoe Nike Tennis Camp and a top high school coach in California, returns to Tahoe for his 29th year to direct the camp.
Co-Director Charlotte Scatliffe
Charlotte Scatliffe is in her sixth season at the helm of the Pacific program in 2017-18. She begins her second year as Head Women’s Coach at the University of the Pacific after nearly a decade among the ranks of the Gauchos of UC Santa Barbara.View Charlotte Scatliffe's Bio ⟩
In the last two seasons, the Tigers have posted eight team victories in spring play.
Scatliffe led the Tigers to a record of 10-13 in her first year in charge of Pacific Women's Tennis. The Tigers advanced to the quarter-finals of the Big West Conference Championship last year, after a 4-0 win over Cal Poly. She coached two singles players (Julia Hansen and Iveta Masarova) and one doubles team (Julia Hansen/Iveta Masarova) to All-Big West Conference honors.
Scatliffe came to Pacific after nearly a decade among the ranks of the Gauchos of UC Santa Barbara. Most recently, Scatliffe spent the 2011-12 season as the Gauchos Interim Head Coach as she took over the program after two years as a Gaucho assistant. In her one season at the helm of the Gaucho program, Scatliffe guided her women to 5-3 record in the Big West Conference and a semifinal showing at the conference championship tournament. Prior to her stint at the top of the program, Scatliffe spent three years as a Gaucho assistant. Among her duties as an assistant coach was creating a culture of academic success, a position she excelled at as she molded the Gauchos into the top academic team in the Big West over her final three seasons as a coach.
Additionally, Scatliffe worked as a tennis pro at Cathedral Oaks Athletic Club in Goleta. She also worked for the Santa Barbara Tennis Patron, traveling to various elementary and junior high schools in the Santa Barbara and Goleta area, teaching children tennis during their P.E. time.
A four-year letter-winner for the Gauchos from 2004-2008, Scatliffe earned All-Big West honors in doubles three times. In her four years of competition, Scatliffe won nearly 50 doubles matches and 40 singles matches. A native of San Bernardino, Calif., Scatliffe graduated from UCSB with a BA in sociology in 2008.
Co-Director Kady Pooler
Kady enters her fourth year as the Assistant Women's Coach at the University of the Pacific.View Kady Pooler's Bio ⟩
She joined the Tiger Tennis family with a wealth of experience of on court competition and player development. As an alumni of Arizona State University Women’s Tennis Team, off court, she received a double major in Business Marketing and Management. On court, she served as the team captain her last two seasons and climbed to #4 in the nation for doubles during her senior campaign and was the All-American Doubles Champion; earning the program’s first National Championship. Kady led her team to four NCAA tournament appearances and made the individual tournament all four years. She was PAC-10 All Conference Honorable Mention (2007), PAC-10 Player of the week- Program’s first ever (2006), named to PAC-10 All Academic 2nd Team (2006), Honorable Mention (2005 and 2007), Maroon and Gold Scholar Athlete (2005-2007), and Heather Farr Award Finalist at the Arizona State Sparky Awards for her combined efforts in academics, athletics, sportsmanship, leadership and commitment to community service.
Upon graduation, Kady participated in Teach for America, a national service corps committed to teaching in under-resourced communities and fulfilling her two-year commitment at John F. Kennedy High School in Richmond, CA. She has taught special education for grades 9-12 and served as the school Athletic Director in 2009 overseeing all 12 sports. From 2010-2012 Kady taught Algebra 1 and Public Speaking at Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa, CA, while also coaching the Women’s and Men’s tennis teams.
As a professional tennis player she has had a World Ranking in both Singles (No. 939) and Doubles (No. 459). Kady has competed at the highest level of international tennis and is currently competing on the professional circuit after taking a five-year hiatus. Kady has been coaching both junior players and adults for the last 5 years. She has served as head of tennis instruction to hotel guests and club members at one of the USTA Magazine “Top 50 Tennis Resorts in the World” on the Big Island, Hawaii. She has also traveled internationally with two of the top ranked junior players coaching them on the ITF circuit. Kady will undoubtedly be a huge asset to Pacific Tennis and the athletic program.
We offer adult day camps which run Friday (5:30pm-7:30pm, followed by cocktail party!), Saturday (9:00am-3:00pm), and Sunday (9:00am-11:30am) for men and women, ages 18+, of all skill levels.
2018 Camp Information
- July 27-29
Camp is geared towards adult players of all levels and includes drills, matches, and tennis instruction. Upon arrival all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week.
- Friday: 5:30pm -7:30pm (7:30pm: Welcome Cocktail Party!)
- Saturday: 9:00am-3:00pm, lunch is included
- Sunday: 9:00am-11:30am
The resort features excellent tennis courts, a swimming pool, running and hiking trails, comfortable rooms and first-rate dining facilities. There are five courts located on site and additional courts nearby if needed.
Accommodations at Granlibakken Resort
Please note: This is a Day Camp only and runs during the hours listed above. The camp tuition DOES NOT include housing. Campers are required to provide their own overnight accommodations.
A block of rooms have been reserved at the Granlibakken Resort. To see rates and make a reservation, visit www.granlibakken.com. Click the “conference reservations” button and then put in “ATennis1” for the July camp and "ATennis2" for the August camp as the login and password.
Junior Nike Tennis Camp at Lake Tahoe
We're proud to also offer the Nike Tennis Camps at Granlibakkin Resort for ages 9-18. Click the link for details!
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.
Camp Code: TNADTA
Camp ReviewsSubmit a review
Great camp with wonderful instructors!
7/28/2016 - Great camp with wonderful instructors in Tahoe. I learned something from each instructor. I was so impressed with Tony, Katie, and Charlotte. They had some excellent pointers that really improved my game! We will be back!
— Nicole N. Camper
very enthusiastic and great instructors
7/28/2016 - I appreciate the help at the camp. The staff was very enthusiastic and great instructors for all levels. Thanks again... Charlotte and Katty made the camp exceptional.
— Tin B. Camper
7/27/2016 - Two great experiences during my last camp were hitting with the instructors and watching the instructors hit against each other, both were very valuable lessons in addition to the fun drills and wonderful tips. Great camp! Let's have one in a warm clime in the winter.
— Kevin G. Camper
instructors were first-rate
7/21/2015 - The weekend camp was better than I expected. The instructors were first-rate.
— James O. Camper
energetic, motivating, well-spoken staff
7/16/2015 - Charlotte Sutcliffe, Kady Pooler and Tony were energetic, motivating, well-spoken and communicated technical skills in an understandable fashion. The activities were instructional, fun, fast-paced and helpful. Daily activities were very well-organized, fun, and helpful. Charlotte, Kady, and Tony were the reason the weekend was so enjoyable. Would absolutely do another camp with them.
— Michelle A. Camper