Competitive League Play

Men's Teams 

Peace River 50+ League:
A3 (highest level of play), B2, B3, B4 and B5 (lowest level of play)
are the IYC teams.
Click HERE for the league website.

Women's Teams

Charlotte County Women's League:
2.5 (lowest level of play), 3.0, 3.0+, 3.5, and 3.5+ (highest level of play) teams.
Click HERE for the league website.

Charlotte County 50+ Women's Tennis League: 3.0 and 3.5 teams.
Click HERE for the league website.
If you are interested in League Play, contact Rainer Ruhland.

Social Clinics

Any member who wants to learn more about the game of tennis, to further prepare for social round robins or is curious about competing in leagues in the future, NO experience is necessary! Contact Rainer Ruhland. Clinics are held on Friday mornings at 9:30 a.m. This is a good time for new IYC members to join the Club’s active tennis program. Contact Margaret Seter for details.

Private Lessons

Rates are $60/hr. or $30/half-hour. Clinics are at the hourly rate divided equally among the participants. To schedule a lesson or to inquire about a lesson or a clinic, contact Rainer Ruhland

Skills Evaluation

Don't know where you fit in? Schedule a 15 minute evaluation with Rainer Ruhland, free of charge! This evaluation will inform you where you will fit in best for league play or the best way to get started.

Court Reservation Procedure & Usage Rules

Click HERE to view.

Reserving Court Time

Court time may be reserved by any Club member up to eight (8) days in advance by using

New players must first register at Reserve My Court. First click on New Player, choose Isles Yacht Club as the facility, and use court as the access code.

If you have any problems contact our RMC coordinator Reg Brooks.

If you are unable to use the court you reserved, cancel your reservation.

Ball Machine 

Reserve the Ball Machine by writing "Ball Machine Reservation" in the notes of your court reservation on Reserve My Court. To view information on how to use the tennis ball machine, access the video below.

Court Cleaning

After every use, players should dress the courts by dragging with an Aussie mat. To the extent possible, please drag the mats lengthwise along the side, base, and service lines.  

One useful method is to follow a coil pattern which begins at the net and goes around the outside of each court along the fence circling inward until ending in the middle of the service line. This will help keep the Har-Tru evenly distributed and minimalizes disturbing the tapes.

Additionally, the first users of a court each day should drag the court before use with the wire brush to remove mildew and agitate the surface, using the pattern described above.

Click HERE to view a diagram.

Court Maintenance

 The courts will be in heavy use through the Season and that makes court maintenance a challenge. If you observe any safety issue, such as "raised" tapes, please report the problem to either the Dockmaster or the front office.

Court Hours

Tennis Courts are open from 6:30 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Courts may be reserved between 7:30 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Reserve My Court.

Night Play

Please turn the lights on and off when playing at night.

Mark Your Calendars for These Upcoming Events

March 14
LLS Tennis Poker
Click HERE for complete details.

March 20
LLS Pro Exhibition

March 28 & 29
Championship Finals

Tennis Committee Members

Patti Mixson: Chairman
Bob Weisenbeck: Board Liaison
Doug Smith: Treasurer
Jayne Johns: Secretary
Reg Brooks: RMC Administrator
Dan Caldwell
Gloria Carlin
Mike Darcey
Pat Grady
Skip Mansfield
Margaret Seter
Gerry Smith
Bob Ufer
Linda Wein