The Westfield Tennis Club offers our younger members—those who represent the next generation of the Club’s primary membership—the opportunity to develop as players and hone their skills on some of the finest tennis courts in the region. With a thriving adult membership and a vibrant, active junior membership, the Westfield Tennis Club provides youth with opportunities to learn from and compete with older members.
There are four junior membership types: Basic Junior Membership, Tennis Camp: Four Week Membership, Tennis Camp: Eight Week Membership, and Advanced Tennis Academy Membership. All four types of members enjoy full use of our facilities, including all 15 tennis courts and the clubhouse, as well as access to certain Club-wide tournaments and events.
- Our basic junior membership consists of tennis players aged 7 to 22. Youth are eligible if they will complete second grade by June 30 of the year they wish to join the club. In addition, youth must be 21 or younger as of January 1st of the calendar year in order to hold a basic junior membership for that year. The basic junior membership does NOT include any instruction.
- Our Tennis Camps cater to youth aged 8 to 16 and are tailored to meet the needs of those who are new to the sport as well as those more accomplished players who are looking to improve their skills. Those interested in attending Tennis Camp must choose either a four-week or eight-week option.
- Our Advanced Tennis Academy caters to youth from seventh grade (12 years old) to high school who are serious about improving their games. Players should have already been introduced to some type of competitive play.
Many of our young players have parents or other family members who hold adult memberships, though this family connection is not required in order to apply. Junior members may bring guests (including other youth and adults) according to the Club’s guest policy. All members and guests must adhere to the Club’s rules, including the dress code. In addition, juniors who are playing outside of the camp scheduled hours must yield a court to an adult member(s) if they are asked to do so.