Tag: SaddleBrooke Tennis Club

2018 Social Team Tennis

  Kay Sullivan Despite the late start on January 31, approximately 70 men and women signed up for Social Team Tennis this year so that we were able to field three teams each with a nice cushion of willing substitute players. With three teams, it meant that each team had two byes over the six-week…

Douglas Wolf – STC dynamo

  Jay Clayton Wilson Douglas Wolf is a firework of explosive enthusiasm. His friendly, gregarious personality pounds its way into your heart and immediately enriches your day. No one will ever have to search for him. Just listen. You’ll know where he is when you hear his laughter ring out in our desert community. He…

STC’s first president honored

  Steve Leane Garry Jenkins, STC’s first president and Garry’s vice president, Nancy Frazer, worked tirelessly together to form the club in 1994. They have witnessed many changes in STC over the past 24 years: from a small group of 50 or so active players and four courts, to today’s 400+ members, twenty courts, beautiful…

Valentine’s Day World Team Tennis Social

  Mike Oberski SaddleBrooke Tennis Club celebrated an early Valentine’s Day with a tennis social for our members on February 13. In the spirit of attempting something different members were organized into teams of two ladies and two men with a World Team Tennis adapted format. Over 50 of our members at all levels had…

The magnificent beauty of SaddleBrooke

TJ Duffy December is such a hectic time with decorating, shopping, partying, and celebrating that it’s easy to overlook what drew us to live here. As is often the case, we’re reminded by our visitors with mouths a gasp just how fortunate we are to enjoy the splendor of our community. SaddleBrooke was one of…

STC’s Jim ‘Noah’ McPeak a startup guy

  Jay Clayton Wilson “Noah,” as his friends call him, is one of the most fascinating new members we are honored to have at STC. You are going to love playing tennis with him and hearing the myriad of stories he has to tell about a very successful life. A reasonable question to ask is,…

An STC night of reflection, conviviality and bopping

Wyatt Wellshot One hundred and fifty-three denizens of the SaddleBrooke Tennis Club stormed HOA One Vistas dining room Tuesday, December 5 for a night of reflection, conviviality and bopping. The club members were so numerous that the entire dining area was fully complemented with dashing men, some arrayed in cosmopolitan tuxedoes and the fulsome ladies…