Tennis Details



An Austin Club Facility with Member Privileges
 
The Grey Rock Tennis Club is a public facility, owned by the City of Austin, but offers additional privileges for Members who wish to participate in programs, leagues and other amenities, other than paying a daily fee to play tennis, take a lesson and/or play on open court times.
 
It proudly offers eight lighted, state-­of­-the-art Plexi­Cushion courts to soften the effects of competitive tennis. Sharing the same entrance as the Grey Rock Golf Club and surrounded by fairways, this relaxing complex is staged to offer premier tennis programs under the direction of USPTA Pro Darin Pleasant. The highly trained staff consisting of Dennis Ralston, Danny Rodriguez, Brent Smiga, Joanna Suskic, Gus Manzur, Chris Haggard and Paula Noe are available to provide you with both private and group lesson instruction. Additional club amenities include shaded viewing decks, big screen TV in the tennis lounge, Pro Shop, and stringing services.
 
The Club offers several levels of Membership packages, including Family, Single, Senior Family, Senior Single, and Junior. Monthly dues are competitive with other Tennis Clubs in Austin. 
 
"Non-­Members" may reserve open court two days in advance for a period of one and a half hours for either singles or doubles. For fees and times, please call 512-­301­-8685.
 
If you are interested in visiting The Grey Rock Tennis Club, please call 512-301-­8685. 

Monday thru Friday: 8:00 am ­- 9:30 pm
 
Saturday and Sunday: 8:00 am -­ 8:00 pm

Golf Course News

Ask about our new membership offerings.  Grey Rock Golf Club is truly a club to belong to, with numerous club events for the serious golfer, along with an abundance of social and family events for the entire family.  Call or request information online to learn about all of the benefits of membership!

Practice Range
Rules & Regulations
 
Monday – Thursday
(7:00 am – 6:00 pm)
Premium Synthetic Turf 
Natural Turf Occasional
 
Friday – Sunday
(7:00 am – 6:00 pm)
Natural Turf 
 
* Times may change based on seasonal conditions *
And also due to the lack of daylight