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USTA SC hosting series of Coaches Workshops

QuickStart Workshops

QuickStart Workshops are opportunities for beginning tennis teachers, recreational/parent coaches, and volunteers to receive on-court training from a Recreational QuickStart Tennis Specialist.  These interactive three hour workshops are for anyone interested in working with 10 and under youth while implementing the QuickStart format.  If you have any questions about these workshops or the QuickStart format, contact Michelle Campanella at 800.644.7282.

Find the QuickStart Workshop nearest you.

August 13th –     Where:  Family Circle Tennis Center, Charleston, SC
Time:  12:30 – 4 p.m.
Cost:  $10 (Includes lunch)
RSVP to: Steve Zalinski at or call (843) 441.2473

August 14th –     Where: Rock Hill Tennis Center, Rock Hill, SC
Time:   9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Cost:   $20 (Ask how to get a refund at the end of the workshop!)
RSVP to: Kim Ozmon at

August 28th –     Where:  Lexington County Tennis Complex, Lexington, SC
Time:  9 a.m – 12:30 p.m.
Cost:  $10
RSVP to:  Karen Holzschuh at

September 11th –     Where:  Prestwick Country Club, Myrtle Beach, SC
Time:  9 a.m – 12:30 p.m.
Cost:  $25
RSVP to:  Theresa Hendrix at

Recreational Coach Workshops

A Recreational Coach Workshop is an interactive, on-court training program designed for tennis teachers and coaches working with players at the recreational level.

Taught by a specially trained, certified teaching professional, this active 6-hour session covers:

  • Teaching large groups

  • The games-based approach to coaching

  • The QuickStart Tennis format

  • Running effective team practices

• The Top 10 Games Every Coach Should Know

August 28th –     Where: Ocean Creek Resort, Myrtle Beach
Time:  9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Cost:  $25 (includes lunch)
RSVP to:  Theresa Hendrix at

September 11th –    Where:  Butler Springs Park, Greenville, SC
Time:  9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Cost:  $25 (includes lunch)
RSVP to: Ashlyn Cousins at or
go to for application to attend