Incredible Value, Low Dues. Tennis Membership at La Cañada Flintridge Country Club
An LCFCC Tennis Membership offers incredible value and low dues not found at tennis only clubs. Not only does the tennis member enjoy access to the club’s first-class tennis facilities and professional instruction, social events, such as tennis mixers and club championships, but all the perks of club membership besides: day camps, a resort-style pool open all year for lap swimming and summer fun, and outdoor dining overlooking the breathtakingly beautiful golf course.
Enjoy an active calendar of adult and junior programming with clinics, camps, round-robins, as well as special “socially distanced” tennis mixers. Private lessons are taught by our enthusiastic pros, who take pride in your progress and enjoyment of the game.
If you are interested in a more instruction-based tennis experience, we offer a wide variety of clinics for players of all levels, as well as individual and private lessons, as well as fast-paced Live Ball clinics. For the player looking for a more recreational or social tennis experience, we frequently offer round robin play and mixed doubles and doubles socials throughout the year.
Two courts have stadium seating for tournaments and exhibitions.The panoramic views from our six night-lighted courts are unparalleled and offer a tranquil setting for LCFCC tennis members.
Whether you are a competitive player, or an occasional player, youngster or senior citizen, or looking to dust off your old racket, the LCFCC tennis program is a great match, you’re sure to love.
Meet the Tennis Pros
Also known as Gringo, the Argentinian, Walter Preidikman, born in Buenos Aires on August, 7th of 1963. Walter received a tennis scholarship at the University of Houston. As a juvenile player, Walter competed in tournaments at the Orange Bowl, Banana Bowl, and the North American Junior circuit. As a pro, he took part in ATP satellite circuits in Brazil, Europe and USA.
Alexa has been playing tennis competitively since the age of seven. She was the only freshman at Crescenta Valley High School to make the Varsity Tennis Team and later became the captain of her team senior year. Later, Alexa received a full ride to play for California State University of Northridge’s Women’s Division 1 Team. During her student athlete career, she began training and coaching top level juniors and recreational players of all ages at La Canada Flintridge Country Club. Alexa can improve your tennis game on and off the court with private/group lessons as well as one-on-one hitting sessions. Alexa is an all-around athlete who has also fallen in love with the game of pickleball. It’s a great workout. Alexa offers hourly privates and group lessons.
Stan Carter, LCFCC tennis pro, has been on court at LCFCC since 2012. He is LCFCC’s Director of USTA Jr. Team Tennis, as well as one of LCFCC’s dedicated private teacher of lessons, groups, and clinics in our tennis department.
Stan specializes in teaching the fundamentals of the tennis game by giving his student the tools needed to develop into an athlete who plays and enjoys the lifetime sport of tennis, while allowing the player to reach any level of the game they desire.
Stan is in his 16th year in the USPTA, PTR, USTA, and is a former member of the Southern California USPTA board of officers. Stan is on the board of the Tennis Teachers Institute, dedicated to educating tennis teachers.
Carlos has been playing tennis since I was 11. He fell in love with the sport when he started taking lessons here at LCFCC as a little boy and hasn’t stopped. Carlos made it to the varsity team at Crescenta Valley High school as a freshman and played number 1 singles. You may already recognize Carlos — he’s been helping out at LCFC tennis summer camps for few years and has been coaching LCFCC’s kids and stringing member’s tennis rackets for a few years.
Forrest has been coaching for a few years now around the Los Angeles area. Playing varsity tennis throughout high school and currently playing Collegiate tennis for Glendale Community College.
“I’m here to share my knowledge and passion for the game. I hope to see you on the court!”
He has been playing tennis for 12 years now and currently playing varsity tennis at Glendale Community College.
“I’m always ready to take on new students!”
Ryan is the Head of the Tennis Department and is always listening to members’ suggestions for more fun tennis / pickleball events so we can make it happen.