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Golden Gate Park’s Brand-New Tennis Courts Open Wednesday

Jamie Ferrell Jamie Ferrell

Golden Gate Park’s Brand-New Tennis Courts Open Wednesday

A $27M renovation has brought 16 state-of-the-art courts and more to SF’s tennis community.

San Francisco Recreation and Parks announced that the Lisa & Douglas Goldman Tennis Center will be open to the public starting Wednesday, March 3. 

You can reserve a court by calling (415) 581-2540 or visiting the Goldman Tennis Center website. Reservations are required in accordance with Covid-19 health precautions.

We have exciting news! The Lisa and Douglas Goldman Tennis Center is opening March 3rd. Due to Covid-19 health…

Posted by San Francisco Recreation and Park Department on Friday, February 26, 2021

While the original tennis center at Golden Gate Park housed 21 courts, these new ones are spaced out appropriately in accordance with US Tennis Association guidelines. There are 15 standard tennis courts, one sunken court with built-in stadium style seating, and 5 mini-courts for children’s tennis or pickleball. New lighting has been installed, which means an additional 20,000 hours of play per year.

The 7,800 square-foot Taube Family Clubhouse is just as impressive. It features a lounge, recreation room, locker room, kitchen, patio area, garden, and a beautiful tile mural by artist Sanaz Mazinani. The Tennis Learning Center (TLC) will also enjoy a new classroom to launch their middle school program.

Discounts will be available for seniors, youth, and SF residents. San Francisco Recreation and Parks reports that “weekday court rentals will be free for San Francisco youth before 6 p.m., while seniors can rent a court starting at $4 an hour.”

Golden Gate Park has been a hub for the San Francisco tennis community since 1894. That’s 126 years! We’re pretty sure that these amazing courts deserved a facelift, and they will host thousands more players for years to come. 

Be sure to reserve a court soon!

 

[Featured Image: San Francisco Recreation & Park Department via Facebook]