Tennis at Del Rio Country Club

Schedule lessons at 209-341-2412

Del Rio's 7 outdoor lighted tennis courts have all been completely refurbished and, along with our grass court, are available for our members and guests to enjoy a match! We now have two brand new pickle ball courts. A pickle ball league will be starting in the Fall of 2019.  Professional lessons are available by appointment with our Pros and we have several clinics, and camps throughout the year for all ages. There are several tennis groups to join for team play and exciting exhibitions during the summer. A building with lounge, snacks and lockers is adjacent to the tennis courts. 

Tennis Rules and Regulations

Hours of Operation

The tennis courts are available to all members and their guests from 6:00am - 11:00pm, Monday through Sunday. All  seven courts are lighted. The lights turn on and off by timer pads located on adjacent poles. Adults have priority from 6:00pm – 11:00pm each evening. They may bump those players under 21 during this period.

Tennis Dress Code
Clothing should be ‘proper’ tennis attire. Jeans, tank tops and swimming apparel are prohibited. Black soled shoes are not allowed on the courts; proper tennis shoes only for your safety. Shirts must be worn at all times – no exceptions.

Tennis Guest Policy
Members are responsible for signing in their guests. Guest fees are .00 per player for the day's use. There is a guest register located beside the chalkboard and all guests must be signed in. Failure to sign in your guest would be a violation of Del Rio’s Code of Conduct and may lead to disciplinary action. We must police ourselves in order for all to enjoy the club facilities.

Member Play
Members should use the board to sign ‘time on’ the court and ‘time off’ the court. It is mandatory to sign in and out during busy times and/or during interclub matches. Court reservations are not taken so play is first come, first serve. Club approved tournaments and interclub events have priority above all other play. One court will be reserved for ‘open play’. When the courts are full, singles games shall be limited to 40 minutes and doubles 70 minutes. (Three players shall be treated as doubles).

Non-members having taken a lesson are allowed to stay and play tennis without a guest fee as long as courts are available, and with the understanding that they may instantly be "bumped" by a member.

Meet the Pros


Mark Weir - Tennis & Fitness Director

Mark graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in business. He lettered all four years and set records for the most career wins. Mark also won the Modesto City Singles Championship all four years that he entered.

Well known in the tennis community, Mark has had many students go on to national rankings. Some of them are Lynn Henderson, Cristy Pohl, Kelsey Weir, Bowen Cardoza, Bob Van Overbeek and Tisha Venturini, (who went on to excel in soccer).

Garrett Deering - Head Tennis Professional

Garrett is a member of U.S.P.T.R. (United States Pro Tennis Registry). Garrett has been teaching tennis for 25 years. He has played #1 singles and doubles for MJC Championship Team (MVP). He also led MJC to League title at the number 1 position and is a past singles and doubles champion with multiple titles for both. Garrett is also a member of the Professional Tennis Registry and the United State Racket String Associaion. Garrett was the Director of Tennis at the SOS Club and also the head professional and General Manager at Discovery Bay Athletic Club. Garrett also offers raquet stringing to members of the club.  He is also a certified Pickle Ball Instructor.

Del Rio is proud to have Mark and Garrett as part of their staff here at the club.