The Beach Haven Tennis Club has the use of 4
courts with the option of using some of the
4 Council courts next door.
All courts have an artificial grass surface.
An electronic key (fob) to open the outside
gate and the club house can be obtained by
contacting Steph Hay, Ingrid Dissel or Walter
The Club house can be un-locked by anyone
holding a fob.
When you are the last to leave make sure that
all windows and doors are closed and locked;
also make sure the gate in the fence is locked.
Senior Club Days are currently Wednesday and
Friday evenings at 7PM, and Wednesdays 9:00 AM
to 12 Noon (Mid-week).
On club-days members' guests and public can join
in for no charge for a maximum of three visits,
after which they should become members.
Club members can use the club courts at any time
unless they are booked for interclub or club
Junior players meet on Saturdays at 9AM (juniors
aged 5-10) or at 10AM (11 and up, but
depends on playing ability - ask the coach)
during the summer season for coaching.
We encourage players to be actively involved
with the supervision and coaching of their
children, and parents are required to help on
Saturday mornings at least once over the summer.
Junior Interclub teams start at 10 years old and
run up to the age of 17.
Beach Haven Tennis has teams entered in up to 15
We are also participating in the Winter
For the ladies there is the additional
competition in the North Shore Ladies Day Tennis
Association (NSLDTA), matches are played on
You can check the results of their efforts via
the Tennis Northern web site,
or go to our own
web page and click the appropriate links
This is a family tournament that is run each
year where a junior plays with a parent or
This tournament is mostly played sometime in
Gordon Martinson Tournament
To be held in November.
The format is mixed doubles where a stronger
player and a less gifted one are combined to
play for the Cup
Kaipatiki Bridge Tennis Cup
A yearly tournament against the Glenfield Tennis