Lynxville Summer Tennis 2020

Lynxville Camp

We're excited to begin our summer programming.  Registration will be available online the week of May 25th.  Stay tuned here or on our Brandon Tennis Association Facebook page for when registration goes live!  We will be keeping the health and safety of your child and family a priority.

Contact Person:  Becky Blue, 605-359-6677 or

Two locations, daytime and evening options.

Brandon Valley Middle School Courts

Ages 5-8 and 9-10

MORNING SESSION at the Middle School Courts  

•  June 1-25 Cost $75 includes a t-shirt 

  • Session A:  9:00 – 9:45 am  Monday through Thursday
  • Session B:  10:00 – 10:45 am  Monday through Thursday
  • Cost:  $75 per session (includes t-shirt)

•  July 6 - July 16th  (Monday through Thursday for TWO weeks)

  • One Session: 10:00 am - 10:45 am
  • Cost: $35 (No t-shirt)  $45 (with t-shirt)


•  June 2 - 25 

  • Session A: 6:15 - 7:00 pm Tuesday and Thursday evenings
  • Session B: 7:00 - 7:45 pm Tuesday and Thursday evenings
  • Cost:  $40 (includes t-shirt)

Ages 11-14 

MORNING SESSION at the Middle School Courts

•  June 1-25 Cost:  $75 (includes t-shirt)

  • 11:00 – Noon  Monday through Thursday

•  July 6-16th Cost: $35 (No t-shirt)  $45 (with T-shirt)

  • 11:00 - Noon  Monday through Thursday for TWO weeks


Private or small group lessons are available by request.  
Competitive USTA Junior Team Tennis is also available.


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EQUIPMENT: Racquets, Balls, and Shoes

Picking the Right Racquet for Kids and Adults

It is important to have the right size racquet for safety, enjoyment, and skill development. Just as baseball bats and soccer balls are smaller for kids, so are tennis racquets. The Brandon Tennis Association has racquets for use in the tennis building if you have that need.

Click HERE to learn more at from USTA


Using the Right Ball for Your Skill Level


If you’re just starting out or you’re introducing your kids to the sport, there are a variety of beginner tennis balls that are specially designed for slower play. The fastest tennis balls may suit the pros, but slower-moving foam tennis balls are great for teaching and training, or you could try out one of three stages of beginner balls:

  • Stage 3 (Red): These beginner balls are created for youngStage3tennisball-red.png children (typically 10 years or younger) to help build skills, develop proper movement, fine-tune coordination, and boost confidence. Approved for play on a 36-foot court format.

  • Stage 2 (Orange): These are reduced flight balls and are great forStage2tennisball-orange.png use on reduced length 60-foot courts. While more advanced than Stage 3, these will still slow down the game.

  • Stage 1 (Green): The last stage before a tournament tennis ball, these feature a slightlyStage1tennisball-green.png lower bounce and help beginners use proper technique. Typically used on a full-size 78-foot length tennis court.

Contact Person:  Becky Blue, 605-359-6677 or

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