Palisades Tennis Club
Palisades Tennis Club opened in September of 1974 under its original name of John Wayne Tennis Club.
The club recently hosted World Team Tennis for four years and had Pete Sampras, John McEnroe, Maria Sharapova, Martina Navratilova, and World #1 Lindsay Davenport who has been a member since 1992, play at the facility. One highlight in the club’s history was when it hosted the 1997 Davis Cup match between the United States and the Netherlands which was won by the U.S. 4-1 and was viewed live on ESPN by over 100 million viewers.
Today, the sixteen court club enjoys the reputation of the finest private tennis club facility and operation in Southern California. Membership in the tennis club today is competitively priced and combined with the components of an outstanding facility, the finest staff anywhere, and a proprietary matchmaking service are some of the reasons that Palisades Tennis Club is the club of choice.