Seaside Tennis Club to Host Free Family Day

April 20, 2017, 11:41 AM HST
* Updated April 20, 11:45 AM
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Seaside Tennis Club at Mauna Kea Resort. Image courtesy of Mauna Kea Resort/Seaside Tennis Club.

Mauna Kea Resort’s Seaside Tennis Club will host a free family day for children and adults on Saturday, May 27, 2017,  sponsored by the North Hawaii Tennis Association.

Island tennis coaches and professionals, including Hermann Fernandez, Wayne Barnes and Craig Pautler, will be on hand for fun on the Seaside Tennis Club’s 11 oceanside courts with games and prizes beginning at 11 a.m., followed by a light lunch for participants.

Pre-register by calling the tennis Pro Shop at (808) 882-5420 no later than Monday, May 22.

“We are so excited to work with our partners in the North Hawaii Tennis Association to introduce the game of tennis to adults and children during this event,” said Pautler, Mauna Kea Resort director of tennis. “This is a perfect opportunity for families to discover the game and spend quality time together.”

Image courtesy of Mauna Kea Resort/Seaside Tennis Club.

Participants will experience the award-winning and world-ranked Seaside Tennis Club, including its fully equipped pro shop and comfortable trellised lānai. The club is ranked fifth among the Top 25 Tennis Resorts in the world according to Tennis Resorts Online, the web’s leading source of tennis-travel information.


Racquets will be available for complimentary use.


Participants should wear appropriate attire and tennis shoes or similar footwear that will not scuff the courts. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration confirmation is a must as no walk-ins will be allowed.

Learn more about May 27th Family Day at the Seaside Tennis Club online.



Image courtesy of Mauna Kea Resort/Seaside Tennis Club – tennis lesson at the Seaside Tennis Club at Mauna Kea Resort – doubles at the Seaside Tennis Club at Mauna Kea Resort – aerial view, Seaside Tennis Club at Mauna Kea Resort


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