Tennis

Tennis

Mesa Verde Country Club offers ten plexi-paved tennis courts, six of which are lighted. The Club attracts all level of players. Mesa Verde Country Club has four teams. The women’s team participates in the Pacific Sun League with 24 area private clubs.

Our tennis professionals offer after school lessons for children ages 5 -15 with additional tennis clinics offered in the summer. Clinics emphasize forehands, backhands, serves, volleys and match play.

We are proud to have been the sponsor of the following major events:

Orange County Grand Prix
Huntington Beach Open Tennis Tournament
Adoption Guild Classic Tournament

COURTS AND TENNIS SHOP

The tennis courts are open for play and the tennis pro shop is staffed the following hours:

Monday 8:30 AM – Noon
Tuesday – Thursday 8:30 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday 8:30 AM – 6:30 PM
Saturday & Sunday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

The Pro Shop is closed at noon on Mondays.

The schedule for washing the courts will be posted in the Tennis Shop.

Meet the Pros

Andy Stewart
Department: Tennis
Position: Assistant Professional
Phone: 714-540-8633
Email: n/a

Personal Introduction: 

Andy Stewart was raised in Huntington Beach, where he graduated a four-year varsity letterman in Tennis from Huntington Beach High School. Upon receiving a tennis scholarship, he played NCAA Division I tennis at Fresno State University. Andy earned all WAC First Team Honors. He graduated in 1994 with a BS in Physical Education.

Andrew played on the professional tennis tour from 1994-1998 earnings a singles ATP ranking of #563 and #619 in doubles. He competed in the Australian Open in 1998, losing to future #1 Lleyton Hewitt. With an extensive coaching career prior to MVCC, Andy has coached Alexandra Stevenson and Taylor Dent. He also spent four years at Corona del Mar High School coaching the Girl’s Tennis Team to two CIF Tennis titles.

Randy Myers
Department: Tennis
Position: Tennis Professional
Phone: 714-540-8633
Email: randy@mesaverdecc.com

Bio:
In 1977 Randy opened up a tennis instruction business in Newport Beach and resumed his playing career competing and coaching some of Southern California’s top junior players.

In 1980 he became the owner operator of the “Town and Country Racquet Club” in Costa Mesa and ran a successful tennis instruction and tennis camp business for 8 years. In 1988 Randy became certified by the U.S.P.T.A. and he became Head Professional and Director of Tennis at The Palisades Tennis Club in Costa Mesa and remained there unitl accepting a position as Tennis Professional at Mesa Verde Country Club in 1993.

In 1994 Randy was appointed to the “Head Racquet Sports” advisory staff for his outstanding coaching ability.