The OFRC tennis facility is the premier tennis site in Alamance County featuring 10 soft composition clay courts, 4 hard courts and 4 indoor composition Hydro-courts. All courts are lighted for extended evening play. OFRC is one of the few tennis facilities in the states that operate year-round.
Some enthusiasts participate in outdoor tennis almost year round, but the action really picks up between March and October. From Men's Night to Gate City; inter-club challenges to USTA Leagues and tournaments; Rally Ball and Junior Team Tennis to our "Living Legends", there is plenty of organized action to keep your game sharp. Weather you are new to the game or a seasoned tournament player, Olde Forest is the place to meet new players or challenge your abilities.
Indoor Tennis: Our indoor tennis season runs from late October through late March (download the brochure). Reserve your time slot for the season, or sign up for the Unlimited Walk-On package.
Junior Tennis Program: OFRC has a variety of junior programs to fit any age, whether you are a beginner or an advanced high school / tournament player. The winter program runs weekly through March 29, 2019 (download the brochure)
Adult Tennis Program: Olde Forest has an active tennis program for adults of all ages and abilities. Join an adult tennis clinic, participate in our tennis events, or reserve a court for some practice or a game with friends.
Gate City Tennis League: Our Gate City Tennis League has over 50 ladies, on four teams, ranging in ability from NTRP 2.5 (beginner / C) to 4.5 (advanced / A). Each competitive team has 16 active players. Teams have a scheduled practice and match each week. Each OFRC team competes in their respective division along with other Triad area teams.
Private Lessons: Private and semi-private lessons are available upon request. Please contact our tennis director, Jag to schedule lesson time.
Policies: Please make sure you are familiar with the club’s Tennis Policies.
Jag-A-Thon: This is an annual event at OFRC to raise money for the Alamance Regional Charitable Foundation’s Patricia G. Bynum Fund. The fund assists local cancer patients currently in treatment with basic expenses such as rent, utilities, food and transportation. The event is named after our tennis director, Jag, who also receives cancer treatments. To date, the event has raised over $30,000, and this year’s goal is $25,000. Download a flier for more information, and join us for this fun charitable event.
4th Annual Jag-a-thon (Postponed: New Date to be Announced Soon). Join us for this fun tennis and dinner event. Proceeds benefit the Patricia G. Bynum Fund which assists local cancer patients with their basic needs such as rent, utilities, transportation, and food. Please make checks payable to OFRC. Download the flierfor more information
Winter Junior Tennis Clinics (Weekly through March 29, 2019) Download the flierfor more information
Adult Turbo! - Thursdays - 6:30pm-7:30pm. This is a fast paced workout for men and women. Jag is feeding balls and giving out hot tips. Members are encouraged to stay and play points after class. Members $12, Non Members $15
Ladies Turbo! - Fridays - 8:30am-9:45am. This is a fast paced group workout with Jag feeding balls and some play toward the end. Members $12, Non Members $15
Men's Workout - Saturdays - 7:30am-8:45am. Fast paced group workout with Jag feeding balls. Some interplay at the end. Members $14, Non members $17.50
Adult Beginner Clinic - Saturdays - 10:00am-11:00am. Whether you are brand new or just coming back, this is the class for you! Sharpen up those skills and learn basic stroke production in order to not feel "out of place" on the courts! Members $10, Non members $12.50.
Conveniently located near Elon University, we serve the following communities:
Elon, Burlington, Whitsett, Glen Raven, Gibsonville, and Alamance County