Year-Round Tennis at Carolina Trace Country Club | Sanford, NC
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Year-Round Tennis

Members of Carolina Trace Country Club enjoy four lighted soft service tennis courts as part of the Tennis and Pool complex. Our courts are surfaced with Har-Tru, the most popular artificial clay-court surfacing material in the United States. Our courts are considered some of the best in North Carolina and because of the soft surface; players of any age will experience less pressure and strain on their bones and joints. The courts are irrigated by a Hydro-Court underground watering system, which automatically delivers the correct amount of moisture to the courts to keep them in peak playing condition at all times.

This State-of-the-Art system is the envy of many larger tennis complexes and provides Carolina Trace Country Club members with the finest playing surface available. The courts are lighted for evening play and are in use year-round with our mild four-season climate. The clubhouse provides you with access to a men's or woman's group where you can play matches with friends of the same skill level. The Carolina Trace Tennis Association (CTTA) works very hard to maintain a Tennis program that is both social and competitive. Tennis players here at Carolina Trace can enjoy playing at a World-Class complex supported by the activities sponsored by the CTTA.

Tournaments & Groups at All Levels of Play

The Carolina Trace Tennis Association is comprised of men and women of all skill levels who enjoy tennis as their primary sports activity as well as those who enjoy both tennis and golf. There is an active schedule of men's, women's, and mixed doubles play. There are opportunities for regularly scheduled drop-in play, scheduled as well as informal matches. The Club even has a ball machine available for practice. CTTA sponsors themed mixed doubles tournaments several times a year. Holiday Tournaments are also occasionally scheduled, and a Club Championship tournament is held each year. In addition, there are opportunities for players to participate in Sanford- area USTA Seniors teams and club circuit teams.