JW Marriott Palm Desert California Tennis Club’s
Grand Slam Round Robin Pits you Against Your Opponents on Grass, Clay and Hard Court
15 Hard Courts, three clay courts and two grass courts set the scene for a round robin tournament held several times a week at the JW Marriott Tennis Center in Palm Desert. The round robin , is just one of the events offered through the extensive and very popular tennis program held at this impressive facility.
Peter Burwash International (PBI) manages the program at the JW Marriott and it draws people from virtually everywhere.
Grass, Clay and Hardcourt In One Location
The JW Marriott is known as one of the biggest and best tennis resorts in North America and is a great place for a tennis getaway. The facility is run by Peter Burwash International which has a reputation for quality tennis programs worldwide. One of the highlights of the resort is a round robin tournament that goes throughout the week where you can compete on all three surfaces in one day! Player matching, clinics and coaching are all available.
JW Marriott’s Grand Slam Pits you Against Your Opponents on Grass, Clay and Hard Court in one Round Robin
JW Marriott Clay Courts
Test Your Game on All Three Surfaces
5 Hard Courts, three clay courts and two grass courts set the scene for a round robin tournament held several times a week at the JW Marriott Tennis Center in Palm Desert. The round robin which takes a few hours to complete, is just one of the events offered through the extensive and very popular tennis program held at this impressive facility.
PBI manages the program at the JW Marriott and it draws people from virtually everywhere.
The grand slam on clay, grass and hard court is a social event with opportunities to meet tennis players from all over the globe
Bill gave the grand slam a try and was happy with the results
JW Marriott TennisOffers a Full Program of Daily Drills, Clinics, Players Matching and More
Under the umbrella of Tennis for Life, PBI offers daily drills and clinics with very focused instruction. Well trained pros offer a very strategic coaching style designed to help players improve their game. One on one, semi-private or group coaching is also available.
The Expansive Tennis Facility has a Beautiful Setting
No one will deny the Palm Springs area is beautiful, and on top of that, JW Marriott’s tennis center in Palm Desert has one of the most attractive settings in the desert. Lush grass courts, a mountain backdrop and a manicured landscape set the scene for this place that offers virtually every kind of tennis experience all in one place.
What To Do After Playing Tennis at JW Marriott Palm Desert
Enjoy the Beautiful Resort
Boats that take you from indoors to out, a desert setting framed by tall palm trees and majestic mountains, and incredible grass, clay and hardcourt tennis
Stunning landscaping and a visually beautiful lobby with a canal, common areas and grounds make the resort a place where you can spend a lot of time relaxing and exploring. Restaurants, bars and coffee shops onsite provide lots of options for food and beverages.
Where To Stay-The JW Marriott Hotel
Two championship golf courses, 5 pools and luxuriously appointed rooms. All of the rooms offer views of the hotel’s pools and gardens. The hotel features waterways that begin inside in the lobby and guests can take gondola tours of the waterways.
In addition to the hotel’s grass, clay and hard tennis courts, there’s also a state-of-the-art fitness center and an extensive spa with a wide range of treatments.
Californian cuisine is served up at the Rockwood Grill, and Japanese dishes created by ‘Samurai chefs’ are on offer at the Mikado. The hotel’s lobby bar offers freshly prepared sushi.
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