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USTA & TGA Braemar Country Club Early Development Tennis Camp

USTA & TGA Braemar Country Club Early Development Tennis Camp for Orange Ball players

ages  7-10 | consistent rallyer with red/orange balls | adept with ground strokes/overhead serve

Ready to begin the USTA Youth Progression process! 

USTA Early Development Camp (EDC)

Orange Ball 

Hosted by SCTA-TGA Premier Tennis & Braemar Country Club in Tarzana

 For 10U Player Progression

Players earn Player Progression “Stars” to move into USTA Junior Team Tennis competitive play first with Orange Balls / 60′ courts,

then onto Green Dot Ball / full court play!

Campers are required to attend the full session, which includes a USTA sanctioned Level 7 Tournament on the final day.

Each day of camp includes:

  • Athletic/Technical Skills
  • Game Development
  • Teachable Moments
  • Practice Junior Team Tennis Match Play

Tuesday – Wednesday – Thursday – Friday

December 19-22


$205 per camper

  • 12/19 – Day #1: Expert Rallyer
    • “Respect”
  • 12/20 – Day #2: Net Dominator
    • “Match Preparation”
  • 12/21 – Day #3: All Court Player
    • “Resilience”
  • 12/22 – Day #4: USTA Level 7 Tournament – It’s fun! Play round robin with coach court monitors and earn up to 5 “Trophy” points!

Click here to register. Space is limited! 

To Learn more about USTA Youth Progression and competitive opportunities for Junior Players, click here.


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