Adult Program


Adults of all skill levels are encouraged to partake in the Missouri Athletic Club's tennis program.

The professional tennis staff at the Missouri Athletic Club is prepared to assist adults of all skill levels through private lessons and programs that vary throughout the year, such as:


Classes begin with instruction and demonstration of the day's topics followed by drilling of the new stroke and technique. The last half hour of each class is used to practice tennis skills in a game or game-like setting. During this portion of the class, the tennis pros give tips on strategy, court positioning and stroke production as well as guidance concerning tennis rules and etiquette. The goal is to improve each participant's tennis game and provide a good workout.


This drill and league play is headed up by tennis pro, Dave Fuhrig and is for men and women interested in working on their singles and doubles match play at the 3.0 or 3.5 USTA level. 

These pro-led cardio tennis classes emphasize aerobic drills, which will improve tennis skills and provide a good workout! Sign up per day online.
Whether interested or not in competing, ladies can always join the interclub practices. The practices are a clinic and doubles practice rolled into one. The format each week usually involves a warm-up period, a drill period and a play period. Those wanting to compete are encouraged to participate in the practices. Attendees will learn and practice doubles strategies with their doubles partner the competition.

The ladies interclub team competes in doubles matches against other St. Louis area teams. Ladies interclub is available for participants at all levels.


MAC tennis pro Patrick McNally leads this group of mostly retirees who know there is always something new to be learned from strategy, tennis tips, and stroke instruction to match play!


Three competitive doubles matches are played each Thursday afternoon by members ages 55 and older.

The adult tennis ladder is a way for MAC members to meet and play matches with players of similar skill levels at a mutually convenient time. 
Best of 3 sets with the THIRD set played as a super tiebreaker (first to 10pts). A 12-point tiebreaker to be played at set score of 6-6.
Singles play for men wanting a game and for those participating on the MAC tennis ladder. 

Life is busy and sometimes committing to a weekly tennis game is not easy. To accommodate members schedules, tennis pro Scott Stutz works to pair players of all skill levels for doubles matches.

The MAC hosts men's and women's USTA teams that compete on Sundays and hold practices during the week. Teams play on all levels, and the MAC is home to Men's 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 and Women's 3.5 and 4.0 teams.

This clinic includes singles instruction and strategy followed by game and set play for all levels. Players are matched according to ability to help ensure everyone has a good time. The clinic agenda includes 40-45 minutes of warm-up, drill and instruction, followed by 15-20 minutes of play.
The MAC offers private and semi-private lessons for members.