We are continuing to face challenges in scheduling repairs to the tennis fence at Lochwood. These repairs were approved in March 2021 but the fence company has informed us again that green coated fence supplies are in short supply. They expect the delay to take a number of months.
We are in the process of sourcing another firm who might be able to assist in getting these repairs done sooner.
We will let the community know when we have more news.
Spring is here, the pollen is just about gone, and the days are getting longer. The tennis courts are busier than ever with tennis and pickleball matches going on daily. The following are a few friendly reminders.
Repairs to the Lochwood tennis fencing is scheduled to begin on May 24. This work may take three days to complete. We hope there will be as little disruption to tennis play as possible.
The Board of Directors has lifted some restrictions with regard to tennis and pickle ball. This is the first step to have a slow return to normalcy in our outdoor activities. This is in line with Governor Cooper’s Phase 3 guidelines.
Anyone using the facilities is reminded of the following:
As we receive new information and guidelines, we will inform you via emails and postings right here on lochmere.org.
Are you looking to start to play tennis or want to refresh your skills? Lochmere is just the place for you.
Starting in March, Adult Winter Beginner Clinics will be offered on Saturday’s from 12-1 PM. Dates and times for the spring will be determined.
The cost is $15 per person for 4 or more players and $20 per person for 3 or less players. If only 2 people sign up, the clinic for that day will be cancelled in advance. Checks should be made payable to Lochmere Association.
To register, please visit HERE.