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Michael Grant
Professional

USPTA Professionals must be at least 18 years old, pass the on-court and written portions of the exam, and complete Stage 1 and 2 of Coach Youth Tennis. They should be able to organize and implement most tennis programs, assist with and develop competitive players, and assist with and/or direct pro shop management and facility maintenance. Depending on the person’s experience, a USPTA Professional’s job description may range from assistant pro to head tennis professional. USPTA Professionals are required to earn 6 credits every three years to maintain their membership.

Career Highlights

 

·        Regional, National and International Rankings

·        Sportsmanship Award Winner

·        West Coast  35's Singles Champion 4 years in a row

·        Pacific Coast Open Singles Champion

·        Ranked 9th Nationally Men's 35's Singles

·        Ranked 12th Nationally Men's 40's Singles

·        International Mixed Doubles Champion w/  the great Vicky Foster

·        Level 1 Educational Credit Recipient  2010   

 

Professional Experience


2013 - Present, Tennis Professional

                            The Florida Yacht Club


2013 - 2013,      Tennis Professional

                            Todd Martin Tennis Academy, Ponte Vedra Fl 


2013 - 2013,      Tennis Professional

                            San Jose Country Club, Jacksonville Fl


2012 - 2013,       Director of Tennis

                             Michael Grant Tennis Academy, Jacksonville Fl


2010 - 2012        Director of Tennis

                             Firerock Country Club, Fountain Hills AZ

 

2003 - 2011         Athletic Director  / Tennis Pro

                             Ancala Country Club, Scottsdale AZ

                           

1995 - 2009         Director of Tennis

                              Stonegate Community Association, Scottsdale AZ                            


 



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