Winchester Tennis Facility
The Winchester Country Club Tennis Facility has 2 lighted clay Har-Tru tennis courts outside and 4 hard indoor (12 month) tennis courts with two resident USPTA tennis professionals dedicated to providing the finest service found anywhere. The Tennis department offers programs for every tennis player. Featured in each program are stroke production, rules and proper scoring, singles and doubles strategy, match play, footwork, tournament play and conditioning.
Meet The Pro: Jamie Morgan
Director of Tennis
Jamie Morgan has been the Director of Tennis at Winchester Country Club since May 2017. Before coming to Winchester Country Club, Jamie was the Assistant Coach for the University of Richmond Men’s and Women’s Tennis teams, where he helped the teams win 5 Conference Championships. He has been coaching all levels of tennis for 23 years. The one thing Jamie loves most about coaching is watching the progression of players through their development. He played collegiate tennis at University of California Davis. You will find Jamie on the water wakeboarding or jet skiing when he is not working. Jamie Morgan originally comes from Davis, California.
Assistant Tennis Pro: Mimi Larsen
Assistant Tennis Professional
Mimi Larsen returns to the tennis courts after a long absence to raise her family of daughters. She enjoys teaching tennis players of all ages and levels in a fun and challenging environment. Mimi graduated from the college of William and Mary where she played on the women’s tennis team excelling in both singles and doubles claiming multiple Colonial Athletic Association titles. Originally from Massachusetts, Mimi is an enthusiastic Boston sports fan. When not on the courts, she enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Har-Tru Clay courts
HAR-TRU is made from billion-year-old Pre-Cambrian metabasalt found in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. It is a natural green stone that is extremely hard and angular — two very important qualities when it comes to tennis court construction.
The angularity helps the stone particles lock together to form a stable playing surface. The hardness provides exceptional durability. The stone is crushed, screened, and mixed in the precise proportions necessary to produce a stable playing surface. It is then installed over a porous base of crushed stone aggregate.
Often referred to as “fast-dry,” HAR-TRU dries quickly after a rain. It also allows you to continue play through light rain.
HAR-TRU is 10–15 degrees cooler to play on than a hard court.
HAR-TRU is easier on the body and reduces the incidence of common tennis injuries to the lower extremities.
WCC Tennis Bubble
Our indoor tennis facility boasts 4 indoor hard courts that are open 12-months out of the year from 6am to 11pm. Scheduling time is always easy at Winchester with our courts only being available to members.