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Templeton Tennis Ranch is serving up aces 

Templeton Tennis Ranch players on courtTop of the line club provides professional facilities for local players

Templeton Tennis Ranch began as a love of tennis, paired with the opportunity to develop a unique and tranquil piece of land. Since then, it’s grown into a beautiful, two-story clubhouse with seven courts for both tennis and pickle ball, that is now ready to be presented to the public.

Many locals have been eagerly keeping an eye on the progress of the club, who announced that they would be officially open in the Spring of 2015.

The founding belief was that the Central Coast region, particularly North SLO County, was in need of an additional high-quality tennis and pickle ball facility with the opportunity to escalate the awareness of the sport and bring professional players into our area, and thus, the facilities and clubhouse went from a dream to reality.

TTR is not just a recreational facility, but also a unique culture, attitude, and new experience in the sports of tennis and pickle ball. TTR is dedicated to delivering joyful service in an upbeat environment while providing pro-active excellence, delivering personal hospitality with infectious passion for tennis, pickleball and general fitness.

They plan to give back to our local communities through fundraisers, charitable events, and use of their clubhouse. They also anticipate hosting professional tournaments.

Their facilities boast one championship tennis court, four hard courts, and one cushioned hard court along with viewing benches and a second story viewing balcony with an excellent vantage point. They have four pickle ball courts, a fitness center with cardio and strength building equipment, a pro-shop with tennis and pickle ball merchandise, men’s and women’s locker rooms with showers and state-of-the-art infrared health saunas and an event room.

They offer professional lessons, and have plans to create a 1/3 mile hiking trail through natural woodlands, as well as a horseshoe pit, bocce ball courts, a putting green, fire pits, and wood-fired pizza oven. They plan to host a variety of events as well, such as BBQ’s, mixers, wine tasting and more.

For information about membership, visit their website at ttrtennis.com or call (805) 434-9605.

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