The Riviera Tennis Club is a premier private tennis club in Pacific Palisades, CA featuring 22 hard courts, 2 clay courts and 2 ball machine courts. Founded in 1963, The Riviera Tennis Club is located at the famous Riviera Country Club, home to an annual PGA Tour event, and known as "Hogan's Alley" after Ben Hogan's famous victory at the 1948 US Open.
The Riviera Tennis Club has an extensive Junior Academy program recognized as one of the best in Southern California. It is also the sight of UCLA Associate Head Coach Rance Brown's annual junior camp and home to the annual Women's All America Tennis Championships since 1985. Training and development of junior players is a major focus at The Riviera Tennis Club, and junior programs are available year round.
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