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19R Glendale Road, Quincy, MA 02169

Quincy Tennis Club - The hidden jewel south of Boston!
The brick-red clay courts and quiet neighborhood setting of the Quincy Tennis Club make it one of the finest tennis clubs around. It is also one of the oldest clubs in the country, dating back to 1887. The Club is located on land once owned by John and Abigail Adams.

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Is the Club private or is it open to the Public?

The Quincy Tennis Club is private.  Non-members can play as guests of members or as participants in events that allow non-members to play.  Guest fees typically apply.

How much does it cost to be a member at QTC?
The two most common memberships are Senior Members (age 26-80) and Family Members.  Memberships are annual for a season that typically runs from May until November.
Senior memberships cost $350 per year.
Family memberships cost $500 per year.
There are no court fees, just the annual membership cost.
New members pay a one-time, nonrefundable initiation fee.  $150 for Senior Members; $200 for Family Memberships.

To see all membership types and fees, click on the "Benefits of Membership" tab on the left-hand side of the home page and 'apply' and follow pulldown menus to see all rates.
Is there an hourly court fee in addition to annual membership costs?
There are NO court fees for members.  There is a $10 fee for guests and it is assessed per day, not per hour.
How much do guest fees cost?

Guest fees are $10 per day, per guest.  They are not calculated based on court time.

Is there a limit to the number of times I can play as a guest?

Yes, with limited exceptions, a non-member cannot play as a guest more than four (4) times each season.  There are exceptions for those participating in Round Robins, and other Special Events.

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