Adults Men June 2017




Congratulations to these CRC members and other local players! This USTA sanctioned national tournament (Category II) draws the top men ages 35-75 from all over the country to vie for a national ranking. The tournament was June 1-4 and played on the clay courts at CRC, Five Seasons, and Meridian Hills.

Congratulations to these CRC men for their top finishes in the Midwest Clay Court Championships:

Mark Woldmoe 55 Doubles Champion
Steve Moe/ Court Jackson 55 Doubles Finalists
Herb Feldmann 65 Singles Semi-finalist and 65 Doubles Champion


Thank you volunteers:

Zoy Avgerinos, Jan Barnes, Michelle Burns,  Lynn Ducat, Myra Endris, Lori Fowler, Amber Gray, Barb Hassell, Cilla Harrington, Sally Jacobs, Jill Keyes, Maggie McGuire,  Vanessa McGibbon, Sue O’Toole, Julie Rothberger, Cathy Rubey, Beth Smith, Lynn Trott.


Thank you Jim and Nancy Keating for donating their tent for Dan Downing’s cookout.


Thank you, sponsors: Carmel Racquet Club, Dooley O’Tooles, Jack’s Donuts, Kroger, Greeks Pizzeria, MacKenzie River Pizza and Grill, McAllister’s Deli (116th in Carmel), J. D. Resley & Associates, Starbucks, and Sun King.


Thank you, Greg Griffey, tournament director, Denise Boehnlein, tournament chair, Dan Downing, Grill Master and committee member, and Cathi Rubenstein, Five Seasons and Meridian Hills site director.

Denise Boehnlein, tournament chair, and Greg Griffey, tournament director, are grateful for the tournament sponsors.


Michelle Burns (CRC accountant) stops by to say hello to Dan Downing, volunteer grill master.


Volunteers Vanessa McGibbon (l) and Jill Keyes (center) check-in with Denise Boehnlein (r). The tournament benefited 100 Voices of Hope.


The Men’s Competitive Doubles group is open to all Club members rated 3.5 and higher. If you do not have a verified NTRP rating, contact Joe Riedman to schedule a rating session prior to your first day of play. The group plays on Tuesday evenings from 7:30-10 pm. CRC pro Joe Riedman will drill players for the first hour and a half. (The pro will not be instructing as in a clinic, but rather running drills and pushing players to a higher level of competition.) The pro will then pair players for the last hour of unsupervised play.

Session Dates
Fall Session September 5 – November 26
Winter Session November 27 – March 4
Spring Session March 5 – May 27


$299 for fall
$565 for fall and winter
$810 for fall, winter and spring

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