Coaching at the club is provided by Bangor Tennis Academy. All courses & programmes are supervised by Director of Coaching Tim Blomley.
Club Members are able to take advantage of preferential rates for courses.Coaching Info
We enter teams in all the local tennis leagues.
The Club also runs its own Club Championships which is open to all Members 16yrs and over.
The Juniors are a thriving part of Bangor Lawn Tennis Club and a range of courses, activities, team play and tournaments are available for members up to 18 years of age.
If you are interested in playing tennis at the club, why not come down and view the facilities, play a few sets and if you have any questions you can speak to a member of the Committee.Join Us
Our year round tennis programme includes, club sessions, league matches and internal competitions so you’ll never be without a partner for a game!
CLUB LOGO - it is time for a new club logo can everyone please vote for which they feel should be the new club logo or if you're happy with the old one, thanks!
So currently at the moment we have junior coaching 10-12 on Saturdays for Primary School children! 30 minute slots from 10am. Then from 12-2pm we have coaching for Secondary school children! Why not get involved with some club coaching and fun for...
Doubles advice from one of the best ever...
Any tips and tricks you'd like to share? I know a few Members are seasoned Wimby goers.
Merry Christmas Everyone!!! Hope it's a great one and stay safe!! HO HO HO!!🎉⛄️🎄
Congratulations to the Ladies Autumn League team. Division 1 Champions! 🍾🏆
Bangor Lawn Tennis AGM - Next Wednesday September 30th 7.30pm, hope to see you all there!
Folks don't forget the famous CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS are back!! Sign up in the clubhouse to enter.
Few photos from finals day! Great week of tennis and lots of fun. Thanks alot to everyone who has helped out!!
Brothers facing off in a semi final! Currently tied at 1 set all!
Tennis 10s event this morning and finals day!! Some play already underway!!
North Down Junior Championships are this week at the club, please sign up and help if you can this week!! Thanks David
No Racquet Required Before the racquet was added in the 16th century a form of tennis called “jeu de paume” (game of the palm) was played with...yes you've guessed it, just your hands. (Please give this a try and send us a video!).
Pictures from the U18 Interpros that took place at the Club last weekend courtesy of the Northern Ireland Tennis Info Facebook page.