If the weather and fantastic scenery aren't enough of an incentive for you to visit Hawaii then maybe the fact that tennis is really rockin' on the big island might stir your interest in one the best locations in the world to play tennis.
The Hawaii Pacific section of the USTA is a not-for-profit volunteer organization with over 7,000 individual members and 120 organizational members in Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam and Saipan. The Hawaii Pacific section now includes over 7,000 members and 100 organizations in their section.
Play To Learn Tennis Programs
USTA Play To Learn Tennis Programs provide group lessons, drills and Cardio Tennis year round. Choose from over 20 park sites across the Hawaii Pacific region. Adult and youth programs available to help you learn the great sport of tennis as you have fun playing the game.
*Youth and Adult classes
*22 sites across Oahu
*Six 1-hour group lessons starting at $35/session
*Beginner to Advanced level classes
*Loaner racquets and balls provided
*Cardio Tennis Clinics available
2008 Hawaii ITF Junior Tournament
The USTA Hawaii Pacific Section and The City and County of Honolulu presented the inaugural Hawaii International Tennis Federation Junior Tournament at the Patsy T. Mink Central Oahu Regional Park Tennis Complex. Just one of the many junior programs the Hawii Pacific section has to offer.
2008 Hawaii Grand Prix
The USTA Hawaii Pacific Section is proud to announce the revival of the Hawaii Grand Prix in 2008. The Hawaii Grand Prix showcases a series of four local tournaments at various sites throughout the Section in which players earn points and vie for a total purse of $6,000 in prize money.
The Hawaii Pacific section offers Adult, Senior and Mixed Doubles Leagues to help players get on the court, have a good time and step up their game. Hawaii's own Old A Men's 4.5 team captured the title of USTA League National Championships. Check out the latest in League action in Hawaii and find out how you can be a part of the action.
To get started playing tennis in a location near you visit the USTA's Tennis Welcome Center . Find more tennis technique information at the USTA Player Development Web site .